"Graveyard Carz" is a reality television program that airs on the Velocity network. First airing in 2012, the show focuses on restoration projects involving Mopar vehicles, such as those made under the Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth brands. The show typically features high-performance muscle cars from the 1960s and 1970s.
During the show's first three and a half seasons, it featured content revolving around automotive repair and restoration. While most attention was given to the restorations, the show also focused on the feelings, thoughts and interpersonal relationships of its cast.
In the second half of its fourth season, the show markedly altered its tone. The entire cast was replaced and new segments were added to the show. This iteration of "Graveyard Carz" focuses primarily on the restoration of the vehicles, while also answering questions from viewers and profiling certain aspects of the automotive restoration industry. These elements are more typical of automotive repair programs, and "Graveyard Carz" shed many of its reality television features.
The change in cast did not come with a change in venue as the show is still set at Welby's Car Care, a collision repair center in Springfield, Oregon. The show does not feature actors; all members of its cast are mechanics employed at the repair shop.