Fernando and Roberto discover the Bel-Air’s crankshaft and pistons are damaged and nearly impossible to replace in Cuba. Will they be able to locate a replacement?
Fernando, one of Havana's top mechanics, bets his life's savings on restoring a '58 Chevy Bel-Air. Meanwhile, cabbie Demetrio's '53 Oldsmobile breaks down.
Dayan starts an apprenticeship with Havana's best mechanic, Ricardo, but when they work on a '59 Cadillac, the job nearly goes up in flames.
Fernando and Roberto discover the Bel-Air's crankshaft and pistons are damaged and nearly impossible to replace in Cuba. Will they be able to locate a replacement?
When Demetrio's welder flakes again, he decides to enlist another mechanic and learns that all the work that was originally done on his car must be re-done.
President Obama and President Raul Castro announce that the U.S. and Cuba are resuming diplomatic relations. Michel tells his father some shocking news of his own.
When Demetrio skips a baseball game in order to work on his car, he discovers he needs a new transmission bar. A parts dealer can help, but for a price.
With two weeks to go Roberto and Fernando can't get the Bel-Air's engine to start. Plus, Ricardo has secured hand-crafted aluminium pieces for his Austin-Healey.
With one week to go, Demetrio gets his car painted, but a storm threatens to ruin the paint job. Plus, Ricardo argues over the car's new colour.