Rust to Riches has quickly become a fan favourite among car restoration shows. Since its debut on Netflix on September 14, 2018, the reality show, which is based out of Gotham Garage in California and executive produced by Will Ehbrecht, Rob Hammersley, Mark Kadin, John Stokel, Michael Lutz, and Scott Popjes, has gained a solid following, partially due to its impressive projects and partially due to audiences’ appreciation for the show’s realism.
Season 3 of Rust to Riches, a collection of eight episodes, was published on Netflix on August 4, 2021. A guy is heard stating in the official season 3 teaser, which Netflix published on YouTube on July 3, “At Gotham Garage, we’ve made our mark converting junkyard rust into six-figure works of art.”
Viewers of the Netflix series saw a number of additional cast members in season 3, including Mark Towle, Tony Quinones, Shawn Pilot, and Michael “Caveman” Pyle, in addition to watching Constance Nunes attempt to provide the Gotham Garage’s high-end customers with their dream vehicles.
While vehicle repair shows like Chasing Classic Cars, Overhaulin’, Desert Car Kings, and Fast ‘n’ Loud have made their mark in recent years, Car Masters: Rust to Riches is really out of this world.
A number of bizarre projects were featured in the Season 3 teaser for Rust to Riches, including a weird vehicle that was finally turned into a hot tub on wheels. In the minute-and-a-half video, a man is heard saying, “We do stuff no one else does.” “Having a lot of money is not as important as being innovative. At the Gotham Garage, I’m going to take it to the next level.”