Last Stop Garage stars a colourful crew of ingenious mechanics who operate out of CRB Automotive – a family-owned garage in North West River, located at one of the furthest driveable points on the eastern seaboard. Using sometimes questionable backwoods resourcefulness, the clever automotive-hack specialists put their "mechanical magic" to work, fixing and building just about anything for anyone in their remote town of 553 residents. With a whole lot of heart, they "get'er done", Labrador style. Just as the community relies on the shop, the mechanics rely on the eccentric locals for wisdom, parts, and a helping hand.
When the only trail groomer in town breaks down on the "snowmobile highway", the boys are called out to do some trail-side repairs.
The northern communities are running low on fuel and a local woman is on a mission to deliver a tank of it by snowmobile. The tank will weigh 3,000 pounds when it's full and her snowmobile doesn't have enough power to pull even half of that. With an engine transplant on the snowmobile, pontoon-shaped skis on the tank, and some Labradorian ingenuity, Corey designs a super-hauler built for the trails.
A local hunter wants to be able to travel over thin ice and shallow water, so he hires the garage to build him a fan boat. Collin and Corey have never built one before, but they figure bolting an airplane engine to the back of a lightweight hull will be a good start. Safety issues and steering problems ensue.
After coming to the rescue of a local trapper who is stuck in the mud, the boys see an opportunity to ensure it never happens again: build him a big, bad off-road truck that can tackle the meanest Labrador terrain. Later, the crew has to negotiate for a suitable truck, fix up a timing problem, lift up the vehicle using unconventional methods, and put on some monster wheels and tires.
Only in Labrador: An eccentric client hires CRB to build a fast and loud hot rod station wagon for his wife's birthday. The guys drop a dragster engine and transmission into a beat-up '69 wagon, top it off with a mean-looking tunnel ram, and scrounge racing slicks and new seats. They get creative in their attempt to meet the client's needs on a short deadline.
When a local journalist shows up with a busted hovercraft, the boys jump at the opportunity to get it flying again. Without time to find or order parts, they have to scrounge an engine and get it un-seized, repair a heavily damaged prop, and build a skirt out of local materials. The job is on track until the eleventh hour when they suffer a potentially catastrophic breakdown.
Without any major paving operations in Labrador, a local entrepreneur wants to start recycling asphalt and taking on smaller jobs. The boys have to scrounge for metal tanks and a burner, build a giant asphalt oven, and mount it on a homemade trailer built from an abandoned pickup. The project is destined to overheat before the boys get the novel design figured out.
A musician needs a tour vehicle so she can travel to Labrador villages, perform, and build her music career. With a limited budget, the boys build an all-in-one vehicle that serves as transportation, lounge, and performance space. They convert an old school bus, and build a fold-out stage while Leander and Ross scrounge and decorate a comfortable interior. And what music performance would be complete without pyro?
The remote village of Mud Lake was left in a state of disaster after a severe flood. Without road access, the town needs to move waste out, and construction materials in, over the Churchill River. The CRB guys lead construction of a barge, while the community pitches in with materials. They salvage a truck engine, adapt it for marine use, and drop it into a heavy-duty homemade hull.
Collin and Corey are hired to transform a client's bruised up Crown Victoria Interceptor into a rough and ready rat rod; they make the Crown Vic roadworthy, strip it down to a rolling chassis and Frankenstein together a body from three 1950s wrecks.