March 4, 2015: The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is the setting for an upcoming television program on the Discovery Channel. Last fall, the cast and crew from the reality series ‘Fat ‘n Furious’ spent two days at the museum videotaping a segment that will premiere Monday, March 9 at 10 p.m. on Discovery.

Christmas Automotive, located just south of Youngstown, Ohio, is a shop that specializes in two things: reviving left-for-dead muscle cars, and the staff having a whole bunch of fun in the process. From rust buckets to rare tribute cars, Tommy Christmas and his buddies Steve, Chuck and Andy know all the tricks to restoring the classics, getting them running, and feasting on a serious need for speed.

In the episode that premieres March 9, the team surprises Chuck Koontz’s son, Christian, with a rebuilt 1975 Camaro as a gift for his graduation from Basic Training at Fort Benning. But the car is not the only surprise. As the cameras are rolling on what is presumed to be an interview about surviving boot camp, the souped-up car rumbles up. Seeing the car is one thing; seeing who’s driving it is icing on the cake.

The episode will re-air Tuesday, March 10 at 2 a.m. and Saturday, March 14 at 9 a.m.