Watch the closing credits (I haven’t watched the show yet) and see if they list a “picture car coordinator” or “property master” or maybe less likely the “casting director” and google their name and contact them. Depending on where you live, you could just google “picture car coordinator” and your city/state/etc. and see if there is someone in your area looking for cars for other TV shows or films.
I’ve done some extra work and have had one of my cars get into the movies (look for my Lemon Twist yellow 71 Road Runner in the parking area when Richard Marsden pulls into the Dryden Conference Center (at NASA in Hampton VA) when he shows up for the press conference in “The Box” movie). It’s a lot of fun, but if you’re the paranoid type who doesn’t want so much as a fingerprint on their car from someone else, it might not be your thing. Most of the crew are nice, but most are also NOT “car guys” and they won’t be anywhere near as careful with your car as you would be. Other friends of mine have gotten their cars back with minor damage (scratches, dirty, and even tape residue from gaffer’s tape where they held microphone wires to the dash…). My car was a nice “20 footer” so another scratch wouldn’t have sent me over the edge. Another friend of mine recently rented 2 of his really clapped out Model A’s (waiting their turn behind the garage) to a production company that needed some cars for a “junkyard” scene and they were having a hard time finding cars that were really rough and/or missing some pieces. If you see “The Highwaymen” on Netflix in a year or so…