'Car Masters: Rust to Riches' Season 3: Release date, spoilers and all about Netflix show

'Car Masters: Rust to Riches' Season 3: Release date, spoilers and all about Netflix show
Constance Nunes in 'Car Masters: Rust to Riches' (Netflix)

Car Masters: Rust to Riches’ is undoubtedly one of the most popular shows on Netflix and it has created a fan base of its own. The show revolves around a team of experts working at Gotham Garage, which has made a number of props for movie studios and television shows over the years.

The group, led by Mark Towle, gives classic cars modern makeovers in an attempt to raise their values and ultimately earn the company large profits. Each episode takes up one unique project. The first two seasons were really successful and garnered good ratings. So, without any guesses, the streaming giant has renewed the show for a third season as well.



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The Netflix show is one of the few projects based on cars that has managed to captivate the minds of people. Shows like ‘Top Gear’ and ‘The Grand Tour’ have been treating fans with intriguing stuff about the cars in the past and seems like ‘Car Masters’ is also heading in the same direction.

Here’s everything we know about Season 3 of ‘Car Masters’.


A still from 'Car Master: Rust to Riches' Season 3 (Netflix/YouTube)


Release date and how to watch

Season 3 of ‘Car Masters: Rust to Riches’ will be making its way to Netflix on August 4, 2021, at 3 am EST. Viewers can download the app from Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store to watch the previous two seasons of the show. The streaming service is also available on Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Samsung Smart TVs, PlayStation, X-Box, and Blu-Ray Players.



“Car Masters: Rust to Riches follows the workforce at Gotham Garage, which specialized in creating props for film studios and television shows. Mark Towle, the team leader, leads his crew in tackling historic cars and giving them a modern makeover. Their main purpose is to raise the value of vintage vehicles from $1,000to $100,000 which is their primary goal.”



Season 2 saw the team upgrading a 1953 Buick Special, converting gas vehicles to electric, flipping a souped-up bike, overhauling a minivan, revamps a 1947 Military-style Dodge Power Wagon, and re-designing a 1960 Plymouth XNR.

A still from 'Car Masters: Rust to Riches' (Netflix)



All the original garage members will be returning for Season 3. Constance Nunes, the fan-favorite, will be back on the show for another stint. A native from Portugal has an amazing knowledge of automobiles and has appeared in a variety of reality shows. She started her career as a model. She is the lead mechanic and engine expert on the show.




Mark Towle is the owner of Gotham Garage and is well-known for his inventive car prop ideas in films and television shows.  Shawn Pilot, well known for his performance in Three Kings, will also be joining them. Michael Caveman Pyle and Tony Quinones will also return for the third edition.



The show is a Netflix original and executively produced by Will Ehbrecht, Michael Lutz, Rob Hammersley, Mark Kadin, Scott Popjes, and John Stokel. Meanwhile, Kyle Nolan produces the show and Matthew Braley serves as co-executive producer.


You can watch the trailer here.



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