Affiche Wheeler Dealers
  • 15 saisons
  • 193 épisodes
  • Début :
    2003
  • Durée :
    45 minutes
  • Statut :
    En Cours
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  • Hashtag :
    #WheelerDealers

Wheeler Dealers is a television show on the Discovery network, fronted by Mike Brewer and mechanic Edd China. The show's premise is that Brewer and China are on a mission to save repairable enthusiast vehicles, by repairing or otherwise improving an example of a particular make and model to a budget, then selling it to a new owner. Each project spans a pair of 30-minute episodes, in which Mike buys a vehicle, turns it over to Edd for repairs, then sells it on. For the first series the budget was £1,000 for series 2, £2,000 and for series 3 £3,000.

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S01E01 Porsche 924 (Part 1) 07/10/2003 Mike Brewer and Edd China restore a Porsche 924 in an attempt to make it roadworthy again.
S01E02 Porsche 924 (Part 2) 07/10/2003 Auto enthusiast Mike Brewer and mechanic Edd China continue their project to make a classic Porsche 924 fit for the road.
S01E03 Saab 900 Turbo (Part 1) 14/10/2003 In this episode of Wheeler Dealers the challenge is to save a Saab 900 Turbo from the scrap yard. Auto veteran Mike Brewer joins forces with his mechanic mate with only £1,000 and one week to save the car.
S01E04 Saab 900 Turbo (Part 2) 14/10/2003 Mike Brewer and mechanic Edd China face the challenge of working to a tight budget as they continue with the Saab 900 Turbo restoration.
S01E05 VW Golf Mk1 GTI (Part 1) 21/10/2003 In this episode of Wheeler Dealers the challenge is to save a VW Golf Mk 1 GTI from the scrap yard. Auto veteran Mike Brewer joins forces with his mechanic mate with only £1,000 and one week to save the car.
S01E06 VW Golf Mk1 GTI (Part 2) 21/10/2003 The team continues its project to get a classic 1.8-litre Mark 1 Golf GTi in prime condition to go out on the road.
S01E07 Austin Mini Mk1 (Part 1) 28/10/2003 In this episode of Wheeler Dealers the challenge is to save a Austin Mini from the scrap yard. Auto veteran Mike Brewer joins forces with his mechanic mate with only £1,000 and one week to save the car.
S01E08 Austin Mini Mk1 (Part 2) 28/10/2003 Work continues on the Austin Mini, as Edd China and Mike Brewer prepare to return the car to the road.
S01E09 Mercedes W123 230E (Part 1) 04/11/2003 In this episode of Wheeler Dealers the challenge is to save a Mercedes-Benz E230 from the scrap yard. Auto veteran Mike Brewer joins forces with his mechanic mate with only £1,000 and one week to save the car.
S01E10 Mercedes W123 230E (Part 2) 04/11/2003 Mike Brewer and Edd China continue working on getting the second-hand Mercedes 230E back on the road.
S01E11 Ford Capri Laser 1.6 (Part 1) 11/11/2003 In this episode of Wheeler Dealers the challenge is to save a Ford Capri from the scrap yard. Auto veteran Mike Brewer joins forces with his mechanic mate with only £1,000 and one week to save the car.
S01E12 Ford Capri Laser 1.6 (Part 2) 11/11/2003 Auto enthusiast Mike Brewer and mechanic Edd China complete work on the Ford Capri 1.6 Laser.
S02E01 Toyota MR2 MKI (Part 1) 11/02/2004 Mike Brewer purchases a Toyota MR2 in need of Edd China's expertise, and the mechanic soon gets to work overhauling the car's bodywork.
S02E02 Toyota MR2 MKI (Part 2) 11/02/2004 Edd China continues working on the MR2, while Mike Brewer heads to a specialist company to get some refurbished wheels.
S02E03 Peugeot 205 GTi 1.9 (Part 1) 18/02/2004 Fixing up an old Peugeot 205 on a tight budget is the challenge facing the top auto team of Mike Brewer and mechanic Edd China.
S02E04 Peugeot 205 GTi 1.9 (Part 2) 18/02/2004 Join auto lovers Mike Brewer and Edd China as they return a second-hand Peugeot 205 to roadworthy condition with the aim of selling it at a profit.
S02E05 Suzuki SJ410 (Part 1) 25/02/2004 Mike logs on to an online auction in search of a cheap Suzuki for mechanic Edd China to restore. He soon finds a bargain and snaps it up immediately.
S02E06 Suzuki SJ410 (Part 2) 25/02/2004 The Suzuki's facelift continues as Edd gives the car a new paintjob, interior and roll cage. Once complete it's over to Mike. Will he make a profit?
S02E07 BMW E30 325i Touring (Part 1) 05/03/2004 Auto lover Mike Brewer and mechanic Edd China get under the bonnet of a classic 1980s second-hand car, a BMW 325i Touring, to make it roadworthy again
S02E08 BMW E30 325i Touring (Part 2) 05/03/2004 Mechanic Edd China finishes work on the suspension and wheel bearings of the BMW. Now for the hard part as Mike tries to sell the car for profit.
S02E09 MG MGB GT (Part 1) 12/03/2004 Mike manages to find an MGB to restore. Mechanic Edd China notes the areas needing the most work: the wheels, engine, bodywork and upholstery.
S02E10 MG MGB GT (Part 2) 12/03/2004 The mechanical makeover of the MGB GT continues, as the top auto team of Mike Brewer and Edd China aim to get this 80s classic back on the road.
S02E11 Beetle to Buggy (Part 1) 19/03/2004 Mechanic Edd China is horrified when Mike Brewer brings him an unroadworthy VW Beetle, but Ed suddenly has an idea - why not make a Beach Buggy?
S02E12 Beetle to Buggy (Part 2) 19/03/2004 When the Beetle-to-Beach-Buggy transformation is complete, Mike Brewer takes it for a spin on the beach before selling it on for an impressive profit.
S03E01 VW Type 2 Transporter (Part 1) 01/01/2005 Mike secures a vehicle for £1600 and hands it over to Ed to fix. The brake calipers are changed and due to the dodgy paintwork, the car is prepared for respray.
S03E02 VW Type 2 Transporter (Part 2) 01/01/2005 The vehicle gets a full respray and the aftermarket wheels are replaced with some original teledial alloy wheels.
S03E03 Lancia Delta Integrale 8v (Part 1) 01/01/2005 In this week's episode, Mike tries to get his hands on a classic Lancia Delta Integrale 8v.
S03E04 Lancia Delta Integrale 8v (Part 2) 01/01/2005 The work that needs doing to the car is finished. The gleaming integrale is readied for sale.
S03E05 Mercedes 190E Cosworth (Part 1) 01/01/2005 Mike finds a cosworth mercedes in great condition and hands the car over to Ed China to get it ready for resale.
S03E06 Mercedes 190E Cosworth (Part 2) 01/01/2005 Ed is over the moon with Mike's choice, he polishes up the paintwork and fits original wheels and rubber.
S03E07 Range Rover Series 1 (Part 1) 01/01/2005 Mike searches the internet to find the perfect land rover to refurbish.
S03E08 Range Rover Series 1 (Part 2) 01/01/2005 The land rover has a make over from Ed and is put on the market.
S03E09 Mazda MX-5 NA (Part 1) 01/01/2005 Mike secures himself a little mx-5 well within budget and hands it over to Ed.
S03E10 Mazda MX-5 NA (Part 2) 01/01/2005 The chic little speedster is polished up and readied for sale.
S03E11 Porsche 928 (Part 1) 01/01/2005 Mike gets his hands on a pucker 928 for £1600. Ed has it resprayed and replaces the calipers.
S03E12 Porsche 928 (Part 2) 01/01/2005 The car is fitted with original teledial alloy wheels and readied for sale.
S03E13 Mon 12 Feb, 1962 00/00/0000 The "Ex-student slams neighbours" story appears in the paper: Len and Harry grow very angry over the article. Frank rows with Ken, ashamed of his disloyalty to his class. He tells Ken he can't write any more articles. Harry wants to write complaining to the papers but Len feels it would do no good. Elsie feels the article was well-written but warns Ken that Len is after him. Len insults Ken to Frank and refuses to apologise causing Frank almost to fight him in the Street. Ken realises he'll have to stand up to the residents. When he tries to put across his view point in the Rovers, Len hits him and they brawl across the pub, Ken being knocked out.
S03E20 Wed 7 Mar, 1962 00/00/0000 Dennis sells more tickets than seats and the concert is over-booked. Ena discovers that the performers, the "Blue Streak Rockets", were banned and the police tell them they cannot perform. The Walkers go to a Brewery Dance, planning to stay the night in a plush hotel. Ena locks the piano lid but Minnie opens it with a hair pin. She entertains the audience of four hundred with constant renditions of Goodbye, Dolly Gray. Captain Johnson and his troupe break down but send the sealions, Bunny and Sherry on. Dennis has to cancel the concert, causing an uproar. Ena gets drunk with the Rockets. Dennis is stuck with the Rockets and sealions for the night. He gets the Rovers' key off Concepta and installs them in the pub. The Walkers return home to find sealions in the bath and the Rockets in their bed
S03E24 Wed 21 Mar, 1962 00/00/0000 Annie has found out the truth about Jack's mystery illness and when she returns from her investigations, the Rovers becomes a different place again as she loads job after job on Jack. After a good deal of thought, Harry and Len enter Lucky Lolita for the races in the last hope that she will get back to her old form. Back at the Vestry, Ena falls to the floor with a mild stroke and, as the night wears on, nobody comes to help her.
S05E01 Mercedes Benz 280SL (Part 1) 28/10/2008 Like all presenters of car shows, Mike Brewer and Edd China are never knowingly understated, but these guys do have real skills. Mike buys classic cars and Edd restores them, starting this week with a Mercedes SL. Detailed and fun and with a cameo by Jurgen the German, the only drawback is that it takes two instalments to tell the story of each car.
S05E02 Mercedes Benz 280SL (Part 2) 28/10/2008 Mike Brewer joins forces with top mechanic Edd China to put second-hand cars back on the road. Edd fits a new set of wheels to the Mercedes 280SL, before Mike tries to flog it for a healthy profit.
S05E03 Lotus Esprit (Part 1) 08/11/2008 Mike has a budget of £5,000 to buy a Lotus Esprit, and finds one without an MOT - which could be a big risk. Edd starts by ripping out the interior and the engine.
S05E04 Lotus Esprit (Part 2) 08/11/2008 Mike has a budget of £5,000 to buy a Lotus Esprit, and finds one without an MOT - which could be a big risk. Edd starts by ripping out the interior and the engine.
S05E05 Fiat 500 (Part 1) 15/11/2008 Mike heads for Turin to try and buy a Fiat 500. The problem being that the only way to get it back to the UK is to drive it. Will the little car make it?
S05E06 Fiat 500 (Part 2) 15/11/2008 The 1971 Fiat 500 finally makes it back to Blighty - with the help of a trailer - and Edd gets to work giving the car a complete respray before the boys try to sell it.
S05E07 Land Rover Series III (Part 1) 18/11/2008 After a nervous test drive Mike plumps for a 1981 Series III Land Rover to buy and do up. Edd and him decide to do an LPG conversion on the old warhorse.
S05E08 Land Rover Series III (Part 2) 18/11/2008 The 1981 Series III Landrover that Mike bought is coming up for its new MOT and the boys are nervous - but they take it for a good test drive before getting it ready for sale.
S05E09 Citroen DS (Part 1) 25/11/2008 Mike heads for Dijon, France to try and buy a bargain Citroen DS. After a struggle he manages to get his hands on one and heads back to the UK for Edd to have a look at it.
S05E10 Citroen DS (Part 2) 25/11/2008 The Citroen DS's suspension has turned out to be a nightmare and Edd has a hard time with it. Plus Mike has to search for a new interior. Will the boys be able to turn a profit?
S05E11 Bentley Mulsanne (Part 1) 06/12/2008 Mike has £5000 to buy a Rolls Royce. But when he's offered a 1984 Bentley Mulsanne Turbo he takes a chance, much to the dismay of Edd when he sees the paintwork.
S05E12 Bentley Mulsanne (Part 2) 06/12/2008 The disastrous paintwork on the 1984 Bentley Mulsanne Turbo is proving a problem for Edd. Will it be up to scratch when Mike tries to sell it on?
S06E01 Triumph Spitfire Mk.IV 09/05/2009 Wheeler Dealers returns - to the delight of Britain's motoring fans - as the team takes on the challenge of a lifetime: renovating a Triumph Spitfire. Mikes hunts down a Triumph Spitfire using the internet. First, he looks at a GTR, but the car is in too early a state of restoration. He then moves onto a 29 years old Mark IV in British Racing Green. On the test drive, Mike hears a whining in the differential and has concerns for the suspension.
S06E02 Triumph Spitfire Mk.IV (Part 2) 09/05/2009 The second instalment of this majestic motor challenge sees the boys race against time on the Spitfire revival. Is a triumph on the cards for the team? Ed fits a new pair of shocks to the rear of the Spitfire. He also takes a look at a problem with the rear differential with the aid of his friend Paul.
S06E03 Porsche 944 Turbo 14/05/2009 Mike Brewer is on the look out for a Porsche 944 Turbo to buy cheap, restore and sell on. But the used cars he finds are either no-hopers or way too expensive. Then he spots an ad on eBay… can he win the auction and get a bargain classic car? Mike delivers the car he finally chooses to Edd, who on inspection sees there is not much to do to bring this used car back to its former glory. Mike’s answer to this is to get Edd to prepare it for a 944 track day. He reckons he’ll make more money on this than if he’d left it in standard road spec. Will he be right?
S06E04 Porsche 944 Turbo (Part 2) 14/05/2009 Wheeler dealer Mike Brewer has bought a 1987 Porsche 944 Turbo, and instead of refining it for the road he has asked star mechanic Edd China to turn it into a track car. After Edd has finished with the car restoration, Mike and Edd head to Silverstone to really see what this modified Porsche 944 Turbo can do. Has Mike made the right decision to turn this used car into a track car, and more importantly, will it sell?
S06E05 AUDI Quattro 21/05/2009 Mike has £5,000 to purchase and restore a classic car - the Audi Quattro, which has a huge fan base. Struggling to find one that matches the price he is looking for on the internet, Mike gives a few of his contacts a ring. He finds a 1986 Audi Quattro, but will it be cheap enough for him to make a tidy profit? Plus, on the way back to the workshop Mike has some problems with the clutch and worries that the budget will be hit hard if it means a big repair job!
S06E06 Audi Quattro (Part 2) 21/05/2009 Expert Wheeler Dealer Mike Brewer has got himself a much sought-after 1986 Audi Quattro, but he’s blown a big part of his budget on the classic car itself, so is hoping Edd won’t need to spend too much before selling it on. While Edd gets to work, Mike is off in search of a new interior for the used car. When the Wheeler Dealers have done all they can, Mike invites buyers to come and take a look. With these classic cars having a big fan base, he’s hoping for some real interest in this one!
S06E07 VW Beetle 28/05/2009 Mike Brewer is on the look out for the truly iconic VW Beetle, also lovingly known as the BUG. With so many to choose from on the internet and trade magazines Mike is spoilt for choice, but will he find a bargain? The classic car he ends up with hasn’t been on the road for years, so Mike has to pick it up on the trailer to get in back to star mechanic, Edd China, in the workshop. It hasn’t run in years, so fingers are crossed when the battery is connected to see if it turns over…
S06E08 VW Beetle (Part 2) 28/05/2009 Mike’s got himself a 1960’s VW Beetle, a truly iconic classic car with a huge following. Mike stocks up on new parts for this car and hands them over to his star mechanic Edd to fit them all. But even after all the work that’s been done to it, Edd and Mike have to wait and see if it’ll pass its MOT and finally be road worthy again after so many years. Will they end up making a sale, or will this one end up on the scrap heap?
S06E09 Jaguar XJS 04/06/2009 Mike Brewer, King of the Wheeler Dealers and used car expert, is searching for a Jaguar XJS, one of the most famous classic British sports cars Jaguar has ever produced, and worth £40,000 back in the day. However, right now it’s up to Mike to find one for less than £5,000. After making a purchase, Mike leaves it to star mechanic Edd to see what work needs to be done.
S06E10 Jaguar XJS (Part 2) 04/06/2009 Mike and Edd have been working hard on Jaguar’s most famous classic sports car, the XJS. With Mike off finding a new bonnet for the 1989 Jaguar XJS, Edd starts to repair the gearbox mount. They put the used car through its paces and discuss who would want to buy it, and then Mike gets to work advertising the classic car and invites potential buyers to have a look, in the hopes that the final episode might bring them a nice hefty profit.
S06E11 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 (Part 1) 16/10/2009 Expert car trader Mike Brewer usually has £5000 to purchase and restore an iconic car but this time it’s a little different. Mike is after a classic Ferrari and that’s going to take a bit more cash so the budget is going to be blown out of the water. Even going for the more affordable Ferrari 308 GT4 Dino the budget needs to be almost doubled. With such a risky move is this classic going to reap in the rewards or leave Mike and Edd struggling? With the car being 30 years old and handmade star mechanic Edd has his doubts but begins by knuckling down on the exterior. Only time will tell if he can get this 70’s super-car back to its former glory.
S06E12 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 (Part 2) 16/10/2009 Wheeler dealer Mike Brewer has gone and bought his most extravagant car yet, a 1974 Ferrari Dino. Spending almost double the usual budget he has a lot riding on this project. With the car in mechanic Edd’s hands he has already fixed the exterior panels to get it looking its best but now he has to check it will run to its full V8 capacity and that’s where a couple of the problems lie. Putting in the hours Edd fixes the problem with the exhaust and after a surprising paint job on the car the guys take it out on a test drive. With the car looking, sounding and driving its best it’s now time for Mike to sell this super-car and hopefully turn a profit.
S06E13 Mini City 1000 (Part 1) 27/10/2009 The Mini is a 20th century icon and to celebrate its 50th birthday expert car trader Mike Brewer has got a major plan. Buy a cheap little run about and create a one-off, eye catching, customised Wheeler Dealers special. He’s got up to five grand to spend in total, but first he’s got to find the perfect secondhand motor. There are plenty of Minis out there, all ages and all prices. They need a car with a sound body and engine, so they can spend the money on the fun stuff that will make their car unique. After finding the right Mini for £700 Mike hands it over to Edd to begin the transformation. It is left to Edd to create a celebration model Mini enthusiasts would be proud of, but can he pull it off and make the mini world proud?
S06E14 Mini City 1000 (Part 2) 27/10/2009 The Mini is a 20th century icon and to celebrate its 50th birthday expert car trader Mike Brewer has got a major plan. Buy a cheap little run about and create a one-off, eye catching, customised Wheeler Dealers special. He’s got up to five grand to spend in total, but first he’s got to find the perfect secondhand motor. There are plenty of Minis out there, all ages and all prices. They need a car with a sound body and engine, so they can spend the money on the fun stuff that will make their car unique. After finding the right Mini for £700 Mike hands it over to Edd to begin the transformation. It is left to Edd to create a celebration model Mini enthusiasts would be proud of, but can he pull it off and make the mini world proud?
S06E15 TVR S2 (Part 1) 03/11/2009 Expert car trader Mike Brewer and star mechanic Edd China have a job on their hands, getting a TVR and restoring it all for £5000. The TVR S is unmistakable, brutal, basic and British - a real driver’s car. With help from TVR members clubs Mike is told about a good looking TVR on an auction website, but not wanting to bid blind he takes the long trip up to Yorkshire to see it. Liking what he sees he books himself into a local hotel and gets straight on his computer to make the winning bid of £2550. With car in hand he begins the drive back to the workshop but it’s not the smooth drive he was hoping for. As the miles drag on Mike finds out more than just basic maintenance needs to be done to this car.
S06E16 TVR S2 (Part 2) 03/11/2009 Expert car trader Mike Brewer and star mechanic Edd China have a job on their hands, getting a TVR and restoring it all for £5000. The TVR S is unmistakable, brutal, basic and British - a real driver’s car. With help from TVR members clubs Mike is told about a good looking TVR on an auction website, but not wanting to bid blind he takes the long trip up to Yorkshire to see it. Liking what he sees he books himself into a local hotel and gets straight on his computer to make the winning bid of £2550. With car in hand he begins the drive back to the workshop but it’s not the smooth drive he was hoping for. As the miles drag on Mike finds out more than just basic maintenance needs to be done to this car.
S06E17 Land Rover Discovery TDI (Part 1) 10/11/2009 Mike Brewer is looking for one of Britain’s unsung motoring heroes, a Land Rover Discovery. It’s been a huge success since its launch in 1989 as both a rugged off-road workhorse and practical seven seater family transporter. There are thousands on the road as they are cheap to buy and run so Mike needs to think of a way to make their vehicle stand out. By taking a standard Discovery at a minimal cost he wants to convert it into an expedition vehicle that can fetch double the amount of the standard.
S06E18 Land Rover Discovery TDI (Part 2) 10/11/2009 Mike Brewer is looking for one of Britain’s unsung motoring heroes, a Land Rover Discovery. It’s been a huge success since its launch in 1989 as both a rugged off-road workhorse and practical seven seater family transporter. There are thousands on the road as they are cheap to buy and run so Mike needs to think of a way to make their vehicle stand out. By taking a standard Discovery at a minimal cost he wants to convert it into an expedition vehicle that can fetch double the amount of the standard.
S06E19 BMW M3 E36 Convertible (Part 1) 17/11/2009 Wheeler dealer Mike Brewer is on the look out for something a bit special and he has his eye set on a legendary performance car…the BMW M3 E36 convertible. In the 90s BMW sold these in abundance and even now they have a huge secondhand following. But while there are a lot out there Mike has a job on his hands to find one that is clean for sensible money. It is also an expensive car to work on so he needs to find one that needs a bit of TLC but won’t cost them a fortune in parts.
S06E20 BMW M3 E36 Convertible (Part 2) 17/11/2009 Wheeler dealer Mike Brewer is on the look out for something a bit special and he has his eye set on a legendary performance car…the BMW M3 E36 convertible. In the 90s BMW sold these in abundance and even now they have a huge secondhand following. But while there are a lot out there Mike has a job on his hands to find one that is clean for sensible money. It is also an expensive car to work on so he needs to find one that needs a bit of TLC but won’t cost them a fortune in parts.
S07E01 Jensen Interceptor 04/05/2010 Mike Brewer and Edd China go in search of a Classic Jensen Interceptor from the 1970s. This classic handmade GT cruiser was mentioned alongside Bentley and Aston Martin. At launch, it cost as much as a house, but Mike wants to find a car for £5000 or less.
S07E02 Ford Cosworth 11/05/2010 The legendary Ford Sierra Cosworth looks like a family car but goes like a racecar with a motorsport-tuned turbo engine. To find one of these desirable classics at less than £5000 is difficult… but Mike has some clever ideas where to find a car.
S07E03 VW T2 Panel Van 18/05/2010 Mike and Edd go on the hunt for the classic VW T2. When Mike decides to buy a camper, he discovers prices have never been higher, so he settles on the less-known panel van. Edd decides to completely repaint the car and uprate the engine.
S07E04 BMW 840 25/05/2010 This was was £60,000 new but can now be had for less than £5000. Mike Brewer samples one of the 90s great supercar bargains and snaps up what he thinks is a great car. But when Edd sees the car, he realises there’s plenty of work to be done on this cool V8.
S07E05 Triumph Stag 01/06/2010 A 70s classic car, the Stag still has an army of fans. Mike decides to find a rust-free car but it’s much harder than he thinks. Edd has to keep prices super-low or there’s no chance the pair will turn a profit on this one.
S07E06 Bond Bug 12/10/2010 Mike buys a rare Bond Bug. A three wheeled eccentric alternative to sporty, classic motoring that is celebrating its 40th birthday. With most parts cheap and available this should be a welcome change of pace. However will Mike and Edd be celebrating a profit at the end?
S07E07 Volvo P1800s 19/10/2010 A glorious piece of 60s styling, the P1800 is the most surprising Volvo you will ever encounter. Mike snaps up a rust free example. But underneath the gorgeous looks there are a number of mechanical issues Edd needs to sort. He’ll have his work cut out to keep costs down on this one.
S07E08 Land Rover Defender 22/10/2010 Mike finds a rough looking 88/89 Defender. Ed replaces the camshaft with an aftermarket performance replacement, giving an extra 20 BHP, the doors are replaced and windows are fitted to the rear. Chunky wheels are fitted and a new steering wheel, amongst other things.
S07E09 Subaru Impreza WRX 29/10/2010 An iconic rally car, the Japanese Impreza has found plenty of road fans. But with so many out there it will be difficult for Mike and Edd to find one, turn it around and then make it stand out from the crowd.
S07E10 Lotus Elan 05/11/2010 Mike and Edd embark on their most adventurous project yet: to buy and restore a 1960s Lotus Elan. Extremely successful when new and still highly desirable, the Elan is expensive to buy and work on. Will this be a step too far for the Wheeler Dealers duo?
S08E01 Jaguar E-Type 05/04/2011 The jaguar E-type is one of the most beautiful cars in the world. It's also one of the most significant British cars ever made. Mike goes looking for one, but soon realizes that his budget will get the duo a car at the most risky end the market, and Edd discovers parts prices on the original big cat are sky high. Have the team bitten off more than they can chew?
S08E02 Mini Moke 12/04/2011 Designed as an off-road army car, the Mini Moke soon became a civilian cult classic, so this should be a winner. But will Edd and Mike agree on anything and get the job done?
S08E03 Range Rover P38 19/04/2011 Mike has always been a fan of the big, bold and beautiful Range Rover P38, but he knows it’s hard to make a profit on these pricey-to-fix cars. He buys a bargain and then Edd sets about mending it with salvaged and second-hand parts in an attempt to keep the parts spend super low. Will they resolve that nagging suspension problem? Will the SATNAV ever work again? And will they turn a profit on this modern classic? Mike and Edd head to the wilds of Exmoor to give the car a final test drive before they try to find a buyer.
S08E04 Frogeye Sprite 26/04/2011 Mike attempts to double his money as he takes a down-at-heel Frogeye Sprite from the lower leagues and tries to turn it into a premiership quality classic car. The engine comes out, the full body re-spray turns the car from red to fashionable blue, the interior is re-vamped and the metal work is re-finished as we transform the look of this fifties-designed classic. The final test drive is a blast around the banking at the famous Brooklands Motor Museum.
S08E05 SAAB 93 Turbo 03/05/2011 Mike goes on the hunt for a car with an historic badge, great performance and a low price tag, the Saab 9-3 turbo. Margins are tight on these motors so to stand any chance of making a profit, Mike and Edd have to save money in every area they can.
S08E06 Dodge Charger 04/10/2011 Mike heads to America in search of one of the finest cars in the US: the Dodge Charger. But such a prestigious car carries a hefty price tag. Can he make a profit?
S08E07 Delorean DMC-12 11/10/2011 Mike has travelled to the US to hunt for a DeLorean, one of the most recognisable and distinctive cars ever made. Can Edd restore this iconic car and maximise their profit?
S08E08 Chevrolet 3100 18/10/2011 Mike is in San Francisco looking for a classic Chevrolet Step Side Pick Up. Will he manage to find a rust free model for Edd to restore?
S08E09 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia 25/10/2011 Mike is in Idaho to buy the ultimate retro sportster, the Karmann Ghia. Edd loves it, but will the broken gearbox and shoddy interior stop them making a profit?
S08E10 Chevrolet Bel Air 01/11/2011 Mike gets a great deal on a Bel Air, his happiness is stifled though when the Bel Air breaks down and catches fire damaging the bonnet paint, more work for Ed.
S09E01 Fiat Dino Coupe 2400 20/03/2012 Mike heads to Italy in search of a rare Fiat Dino Coupe. But the engine, interior and body panels all need work before Mike and Edd can try to find a buyer.
S09E02 Morgan +4 27/03/2012 Mike searches for an affordable Morgan, but the only one he can find requires the biggest motoring job Edd has ever faced. Can they resurrect this classic British beauty?
S09E03 BMW M5 03/04/2012 Mike gets a great deal on an M5, but it's cheap for a reason. It's in rough condition and totally unloved. Can Mike and Edd rejuvenate this decrepit vehicle and make a profit?
S09E04 Renault Alpine 310 10/04/2012 Mike is in France to hunt down the rare Renault Alpine 310. The car he finds is great, but it has some surprises in store, and Edd is charged with getting it fixed.
S09E05 Porsche 914 17/04/2012 Mike finds a 914 in a barn, but under the muck he can see a profit in the 1970s sports car, so he buys it for a bargain price. Can Edd restore it to a saleable condition?
S09E06 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 24/04/2012 Mike wants a G Wagen - the popular German four-by-four. He finds one and Edd gives it a facelift, with a 2012 front end and rear lights. Will they land a big profit?
S09E07 Jaguar XK8 01/05/2012 Mike is looking for a British classic and finds an XK8 Jaguar, but it's not in good shape. Will Edd be able to fix it up within budget or is this project about to stall?
S09E08 Gardner Douglas AC Cobra 18/09/2012 The ninth series returns from its break and Mike Brewer finds an unregistered Cobra which has only done 1,000 miles, but Edd China faces a difficult challenge to get it past a tough emissions test
S09E09 Jaguar Mk2 25/09/2012 Mike is overjoyed when he tracks down a Jaguar Mark 2, but could the car he’s chosen turn out to be a costly mistake? Can Edd and Mike restore their iconic classic?
S09E10 Willys Jeep 02/10/2012 Mike heads to the USA to find the grandfather of four wheel drives, the Willys Jeep. But will major repairs and high transport costs prevent him from making a profit?
S09E11 Nissan Skyline 09/10/2012 Mike thinks he’s on to a winner when he finds a budget Nissan Skyline supercar. Can Edd transform this modern classic into a homemade drift racer?
S09E12 Triumph TR6 16/10/2012 Mike finds a rust-free “must have sports car” from the 1970s that he thinks can be perfectly restored. But first, Edd must rebuild the engine. Can they make a profit?
S09E13 BMW Isetta 23/10/2012 Mike tracks down an Isetta bubble car. Part car, part motorbike, this classic may be great to drive, but it’s not so fun to repair! Can Edd and Mike make a profit?
S09E14 Ford Mustang 30/10/2012 Mike buys a classic Ford Mustang, made famous by Steve McQueen in the film Bullitt. Can Edd turn this flawed motoring icon into a machine worth more than £20,000?
S09E15 Mercedes SLK 06/11/2012 Mike sets out to prove you can make money on a car without spending a fortune. Can Edd fix up the cheapest SLK in the country on an exceptionally tight budget?
S10E01 Aston Martin DB7 19/02/2013 The cheapest Astons in the UK are around £16,000 but Mike decides he wants to spend less. By calling around some dealers, he finds a tired trade-in at a large main dealer. The car has interior water leaks and external oil leaks, it drives in a sloppy way, the engine is blowing, and it feels unloved. The dealer is willing to sell for £13,500 but Mike tries to get him down further. By taking a faded masterpiece, turning back the clock and finishing everything to a very high standards Mike hopes to get absolute top dollar when he sells it on.
S10E02 Ford Escort Mk1 26/02/2013 The Ford Escort Mk1 might not be red and Italian but it’s a performance car icon. Generations of drivers wanted this car, and for many it was their first taste of a quick motor. Mike finds the search for an Escort is hard going – prices for rust-free original cars are high. The car he finds is a great as a base, and Mike wants to gently customise the Mk 1, to give it a compassionate retro refit, improving the handing and breaking but to also spruce up the face of a much love 70’s classic.
S10E03 Range Rover Vogue 05/03/2013 Mike buys a clapped out old Land Rover Mk3 for the bargain price of £5k. But Why has Mike chosen such an ugly duckling? It’s been painted matt black with an electric blue bonnet and blue trim on the wheels and interior. But he’s got a plan: re-spray it white, pass it on to Edd to fix-up, then sell it on and double his money. Will the gamble work?
S10E04 Porsche Boxster 3.2S 12/03/2013 The Boxster is the car that saved Porsche from going out of business when recession hit in the 90s. It may have been called the poor man’s Porsche, but this was unfair - it was 80% Porsche 911, for half the price. Although that ‘half price’ was still more than most could afford, until Mike tracks down an example with a bargain basement price tag. Our car is massively unloved with mould on the hood, seized brakes and a host of faults… Can Mike get it for a bargain price?
S10E05 Morris Minor Traveller 1966 19/03/2013 The Morris Minor is like a little piece of England on four wheels. It’s robust, charming and a very useable classic car. In traveller guise, it is also made partly of wood. The car was designed by Alec Issogonis (who also penned the Mini) and was intended as a medium/large family car. It was a massive success and sold more than 1,000,000 units – amazing for a British car. Now the 60s cars are fetching high prices but many are rusty and in poor repair, so finding a good one can be tough. Mike manages to pick one up but then the work begins as Edd strips the car back to nothing but an engine on a bench before restoring a rebuilding it piece by piece.
S10E06 TVR Cerbera 26/03/2013 Mike tracks down a TVR Cerbera for just £8,000. However, these classic sports cars are susceptible to rust. Can Edd patch it up or will the chassis need replacing?
S10E07 Lamborghini Urraco 17/09/2013 Mike heads out to Poland to bag one of the most exciting and exclusive cars we've ever done - the Lamborghini Uracco. Prices are rising thanks to the company's 50th anniversary and dwindling supply of these 70s supercars. Mike finds a car that's been kept in a collection for years - without turning a wheel. It doesn't start, it can't drive. But it's in great condition in every other way. Can Mike turn this huge gamble into a great profit?
S10E08 Ford Popular 24/09/2013 Mike's father used to own a custom favourite, the Ford Pop, and Mike has spent long hours during his childhood wishing that he had one. That day has come but Pops are notoriously variable in their quality, often expensive, and usually rare. Mike finds a car with dangerously set-up steering and decided to take a punt on it. For once they forget the idea of profit, and Mike asks Edd to 'go mad' and to make the Pop 'amazing'. Can Edd deliver?
S10E09 Corvette C2 01/10/2013 This car is one of America's first sportscars and it's amazingly good to drive. This is why the C2 Stingray is one of the world's sports icons. Mike heads to the USA to hunt for a car that's rust free and happens upon an example that's been partly restored...and at a great price. But the C2 is far from being finished and it needs Edd's experienced hands to get it on the road to recovery.
S10E10 Syrena 08/10/2013 Mike heads to Poland to sample the FSO Syrena - one of the rarest motors we've tackled and one of the most quirky. The Syrena looks and feels like a 50s car although it was built decades later. With such an oddball vehicle, that is virtually unknown outside Poland, how will Mike and Edd add value to it, and crucially, make a profit?
S10E11 Lotus Elise 15/10/2013 The Lotus Elise is a drivers' dream. It's good looking, quick, and handles like a racing car. Mike wants to buy one but soon realises that he can't add value to a car that's already excellent. But then he hits on the idea of making an Elise that can perform not only on the road, but the track too. Will they add enough driving excitement to collect a profit?
S10E12 Cadillac Coupe de Ville 22/10/2013 Mike's desire to own a classic Cadillac with fins leads him to an early 60s car that is on sale at the equivalent of only £3000. It's a one owner, matching numbers vehicle, with minimal rust and loads of lovely chrome. The bad news is that the wrecked interior, huge dents and mottled green/grey paint make this car look like it belongs in a horror film. Can Mike and Edd turn this ugly duckling into a swan?
S11E01 Ford Fiesta XR2 17/03/2014 Mike decides to go back to the 80’s and bags a bargain example of one of his dream cars - but there’s only £1000 to spend on repairs or the profit’s at risk. Edd isn’t convinced the XR2 deserves all the praise, but comes up with cheap and innovative solutions to add value. Mike finds a clever way to get Edd all the rare parts he needs and pulls out all the stops to prove the Fiesta is the hot hatch that started a fast Ford revolution.
S11E02 Porsche 993 Targa 24/03/2014 The last of the air-cooled legends. Mike goes in search of what many fans consider to be the last truly great Porsche. What he finds is the cheapest, tattiest 993 in the country. Mike however, can see a mechanically sound motor and potential profit lurking beneath seventeen years of muck and grime. Edd sets to work on a rescue mission to restore the car’s racing pedigree. It’s unloved and underpowered but after Edd lavishes some care and attention on the car, will the smart engine fixes and custom handling package spell profit on a Porsche that is still major money?
S11E03 Mazda RX7 31/03/2014 With its legendary mix of unique technology and awesome performance, Mazda’s coupe is unlike any other. Mike finds one that appears to have nothing wrong with it and challenges Edd to make a good car even better. But these cars are complex and unforgiving. So while Edd handles with care, Mike sorts out some stylish mods to make the RX7’s looks match its performance.
S11E04 Citroen 2CV 07/04/2014 Mike finds a fifty-six year old Citroen 2CV, retired in the sunny south of France. It’s a real people’s car with bags of charm. With cheeky bug-eyed headlights and rare suicide doors, the 2CV is one of the most recognisable cars ever designed and renowned, over its forty-two year production cycle, for its stark simplicity. Almost every aspect of this quirky car requires attention; Edd strips it back to bare bones to breathe new life back into the smoky old engine. A fresh paint job and interior will help to secure the car’s future for another fifty years but can Mike get top dollar for a car with no frills?
S11E05 Maserati 3200GT 14/04/2014 Mike buys a supercar from the super saver menu. An Italian thoroughbred for under £10k. But supercars mean super bills. Mike’s reports of wayward handling and a hair-trigger throttle could lead to either bankruptcy or a very nasty accident. Some of Edd’s smart solutions could help to keep the budget under control but will it be enough to tame this technology packed, turbocharged V8? Techy tyres help get the luxury GT powerhouse back on track and an overhauled air-conditioning system restores some Italian flair.
S11E06 Chevrolet Camaro 21/04/2014 It’s time for the boys to tackle one of the meanest muscle cars around. But finding the right one won’t be easy as the Camaro is already a cult classic. Mike tracks down a part-finished restoration in California with its fair share of problems. Edd has his work cut out with loads of missing parts to find and fit. With all this time and effort, is there still a profit on the cards?
S11E07 Amphicar 28/04/2014 Mike takes the ultimate plunge and invests in a car - and a boat, all in one. It’s the Amphicar, an amphibious vehicle that Edd has been dreaming of for years. But when he peels back the layers and discovers the car’s problems are serious, will he find himself in deep water and rinse away all the profit? This challenge truly puts Mike and Edd’s skills to the test and could see them literally sink or swim!
S11E08 Ford Thunderbird 01/09/2014 Sold as the world’s first sporty luxury car, the Thunderbird sold healthily in its day. Mike is searching for a 57’ edition that can make him a profit.
S11E09 Jaguar XJ-C 08/09/2014 The XJC is a two door version of the XJ6 four door saloon. The last Jaguar to be designed by Sir William Lyons, this iconic ‘corporate sports car’ will attract admirers.
S11E10 Audi TT 15/09/2014 Mike buys a 2001 6-speed manual Audi TT Quattro coupe with 140,000 miles on the clock, a dodgy gearbox, milky headlamps, inoperative passenger electric window and dead pixels on the dash display.
S11E11 VW Type 2 Split-Screen 22/09/2014 Mike travels to Greenville, South Carolina, America and buys an all-black, empty, 1967 13-window Volkswagon Type 2 Deluxe. Also known as a "splitty" due to the two-pane split windscreen, this "bus" is rust-free but missing door cards, half the switch gear, headlining, a radio and has non-standard bucket seats.
S11E12 BMW Z1 29/09/2014 Mike buys a 1989 canary yellow (in and out!) 2.5L 6 cylinder LHD BMW Z1 roadster with a noisy clutch bearing, missing indicator stalk, misbehaving unique electric driver's door and a patchwork quilt of a back box exhaust.
S11E13 Darracq 06/10/2014 To celebrate their 100th car Mike and Edd restore a Darracq Type L. Will they be ready in time to face their toughest ever test drive – the London to Brighton Run?
S11E14 Lincoln Continental 13/10/2014 Mike tracks down a Lincoln Continental, which set new style standards for luxury sedans in the 1960s. But tastes have changed and Edd hatches a refurb plan.
S11E15 Archive Show 13/10/2014 Mike and Edd recap their best deals, biggest gambles, worst breakdowns, handover nightmares, biggest headaches, greatest car transformations, and best test drives.
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S12E01 Pontiac GTO 23/03/2015 The team knows a rust-free GTO would be a great car to kick off the new U.S. workshop. But these cars are rare, and Mike has to travel all the way to Chicago – almost 2,000 miles – to find one. When he does, he discovers this great time-warp muscle car isn’t all it seems. Edd discovers it hides some gremlins, which will make it hard to sell in hot California. Mike sets them a challenge, to make a $10,000 profit. But the market isn’t always stable – will they manage?
S12E02 Ford F1 Pickup Truck 30/03/2015 A pickup truck is a stateside icon and Mike is keen to get into the booming classic truck market. He manages to find a 1950’s F1, which is an unfinished project. The bodywork has already been stripped of paint and this patina gives Mike an idea – give this down-at-heel Ford a vintage rusted look. Drawing inspiration from this creative vision, Edd creates a paint scheme based on a ‘sandstorm in the desert,’ brands the windows with molten steel and builds a high-spec flathead V8 to blast it down the road. But will this eccentric truck with its unique Wheeler Dealers style find a buyer willing to pay a premium?
S12E03 MG MGA 06/04/2015 Everyone has heard of the high-selling MGB but the car that came before it – the MGA – is the one Mike wants to track down for the U.S. workshop. Why? Because it looks great, goes around corners well, and sells for high prices. When Mike tracks down a California car for restoration he thinks it will be easy for Edd – just a few cosmetic jobs. But this isn’t the way Edd sees things and the result will surprise some hardcore MG fans. To make matters worse, he refuses to stick to Mike’s low budget. Sparks will fly!
S12E04 BMW 2002TII 13/04/2015 The BMW 2002tii was better handling and more driver-focused than its contemporaries back in the early 1970s, attributes that have made it a desirable classic car today. Trouble is good ones are starting to go for big money. To stay in budget Mike has to take a real punt on a car that hasn’t been started for 17 years. With its fiendishly complicated mechanical fuel injection system and an engine that hasn’t run for nearly two decades, will Edd be able to bring this long dormant baby BMW back to life?
S12E05 AMC Pacer 20/04/2015 Perhaps the Americas’ biggest automotive joke, the AMC Pacer has long topped lists of the world’s worst cars. But Mike feels this neglected 1970’s hatchback is ready for classic status and he enlists Edd to help make this car cool again. Edd comes up with a visual transformation which he thinks will address the failures of the original styling and attract a 21st Century buyer. But with a limited budget and some very off-the-wall ideas will this gamble land them a big profit or major loss?
S12E06 Datsun 240Z 27/04/2015 The Datsun 240Z was Japan’s answer the Britain’s MGB GT, only better. Trouble is they rusted and today cars in good condition with manual gearboxes are going for a fortune. The only rust-free car Mike can find in his budget is an automatic with a wheezing engine. Ever the optimist, Mike buys it anyway, hoping to turn it into a money-spinner by getting Edd to spice up the engine and swap the sluggish auto for a manual transmission – but can Edd deliver and still leave room for a profit?
S12E07 Volkswagen 181 Thing 04/05/2015 The Volkswagen Thing was the result of the German Army’s late 60’s requirement for a lightweight military vehicle. VW came up with a utilitarian convertible looking like an upturned bath on wheels, but optimistic marketing men realised they could sell it to the general public, as a fun, four-seat beach buggy. Sadly, most of them rusted away, so it’s hard to find one that’s solid and original today. Mike manages to pry one away from the hands of a collector – but forced to dig deep for the purchase – there isn’t much left in the kitty for Edd to deal with an engine that keeps stalling, lethal brakes and an uninviting interior with no heater and torturous seats. Can they flip this Thing around?
S12E08 DeSoto Firedome 8 11/05/2015 This fabulous fifties coupe has more than great styling on its side because under the bonnet is one of the first ever Hemi, a legendary V8 engine which kick-started the U.S. car makers’ muscle car wars. Our car has had a bad custom job, so Mike and Edd set about addressing the damage to give this stunning cruiser back some class. The engine is pulled out and given a once over, the exterior is transformed with some clever touches and eventually this car is ready once again to proudly cruise to the diner for a milkshake!
S12E09 Best of the U.S. 18/05/2015 Mike and Edd wrap their American journey with a “Best of the U.S.” episode, highlighting their favorite moments in and out of the stateside shop.
S12E10 1973 Rover P5B 17/08/2015 Mike and Edd return to the UK for a series of brand new Wheeler Dealers episodes on home turf. In this episode, Mike has unearthed a quintessential piece of British motoring history with a Rover P5 B. The car appears to be in good nick, but Edd’s upgrades won’t be cheap.
S12E11 Fiat Panda 4x4 24/08/2015 Mike tracks down a model of the smart city car, the Fiat Panda 4x4, with potential, and Edd does the mechanics, before they try to make a profit
S12E12 Alfa Romeo Alfasud 31/08/2015 Mike takes a risk by buying a late Alfa Romeo Alfasud 1.5 TI at auction. With no service history, dodgy brakes, and clapped out suspension, can Edd work his magic?
S12E13 Caterham Seven 07/09/2015 Mike has always wanted to get an old Caterham into the workshop, and his wish is granted in this all-new Wheeler Dealers episode. However, when Edd decides to paint it a shocking colour, will the risk pay off? And what will Mike say when he sees it?
S12E14 Ford Escort RS2000 Rally Car 14/09/2015 Mike loves vintage Escorts – and he loves rallying. So he decides to combine his two loves and build a Ford rally car, buying a Mk2 Escort project car which has already had lots of money spent on it. Edd thinks it’s got potential, but says it needs thousands more spending on it before it’ll be safe enough for a rally stage. Mike is excited, but Edd is worried about the risk of zero profit. Neither of them are legally able to drive a rally circuit either – immediate action is needed!
S12E15 Messerschmitt KR200 21/09/2015 Mike and Edd take advantage of an iconic three wheeler, the Messerschmitt KR200, as it is about to celebrate its 60th birthday.
S12E16 Citroen HY Van 28/09/2015 Mike goes to France in search of a retro-cool Citroen HY Van, but Edd is not impressed with his spoils, knowing it will be a costly renovation.
S12E17 VW Corrado VR6 05/10/2015 Mike is ecstatic when he snaps up a cult VW Corrado coupe with only one previous owner for a bargain price - but with cheap cars come expensive surprises.
S12E18 Honda S2000 12/10/2015 The boys take on their first-ever Honda, but finding a cheap S2000 is hard and Mike gambles on a car that has already had more than £4,000 spent on it.
S12E19 Noble M12 GTO 2.5 19/10/2015 Mike heads to Italy to grab a genuine junior supercar, but when he arrives back in the UK, Edd realises that extensive work needs doing.
S12E20 Best of Series 12 26/10/2015 Mike and Edd wrap their latest series with this episode highlighting their favourite moments, top builds, biggest profits and more.
S13E01 1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL 09/05/2016 Mike and Edd take on the challenge of the Mercedes 560SL - 1987. If money were no object, the Mercedes 560SL was the car to buy in the 1980s. Mike finds a well looked after example in need of a complete refresh.
S13E02 1963 Volvo PV544 16/05/2016 Mike Brewer is challenged to find a classic endurance sports car, and a still-running Volvo PV544 seems to be the perfect example, but the engine proves difficult to master
S13E03 1977 Honda CVCC 23/05/2016 The guys want to tackle something eco-friendly, and get their wish when Mike chooses the original Econobox – a 1977 Honda CVCC that needs a rebuilt engine.
S13E04 1980 Chevy LUV 30/05/2016 When Edd sets Mike the task of finding him a classic American truck, Mike heads to Sonoma County where he meets his first hipster and her Chevy LUV.
S13E05 1988 Ford Mustang 5.0 Convertible 06/06/2016 In this episode, Mike and Edd decide that an ’80s classic – the Ford Mustang 5.0 – is the ideal and affordable muscle car on which a young aspiring mechanic can cut his teeth.
S13E06 1963 Chevy Corvair 13/06/2016 Mike and Edd decide to create an eye-catching, inexpensive beach cruiser, and the Corvair is the muse! Can the guys restore this classic to its original beauty?
S13E07 1965 Land Rover IIA 20/06/2016 Edd and Mike set the challenge to find the ultimate bug-out vehicle that would ceaselessly run, and there was only one contender: the Land Rover Series IIA!
S13E08 1968 Corvette 04/07/2016 A discussion about what constitutes a real sports car leads Mike to acquire a 1968 Chevrolet Corvette for Edd.
S13E09 Best of Series 13 Part 1 - U.S. 11/07/2016 Edd and Mike look back on the memories of the last eight cars. Which were the best and worst buys, the most inventive fixes, and the biggest transformations?
S13E10 1970 Ford Bronco 14/11/2016 Mike seeks a classic adventure, and finds it in a 1970 Ford Bronco. First impressions can be deceiving, and our Bronco quickly shows its true colour – rust. Edd unpacks a host of problems beneath its already rough exterior. Can Mike find the solution to what may be a lost cause?
S13E11 1983 Mercedes 500SEC 21/11/2016 Mike’s looking for luxury, and finds it in the most expensive car Mercedes had to offer in 1983: the 500SEC. With the right example and the help of a passionate enthusiast, Mike locates everything he needs to transform our coupe into a beautiful AMG Wide Body Tribute. Edd exercises his magic to turn our conservative SEC into a menacing autobahn cruiser.
S13E12 1976 Porsche 912E 28/11/2016 Mike seeks out a Porsche 912E. With the help of Edd, they address the years of neglect, while they bring home the horses and return on their investment.
S13E13 1973 Chevrolet Camaro 05/12/2016 Mike finds a second-generation Camaro and plans to transform it into a proper pro touring car. Later, Edd works on installing a pro touring stage three kit.
S13E14 1963 Sunbeam Alpine 12/12/2016 A classic two-seater sports coupé gets some elbow grease and a bit of spit and polish, Wheeler Dealers-style.
S13E15 1992 Humvee 02/01/2017 Mike is on a hunt for the military-grade off-roader, the Humvee. He’s met with the challenge of choosing the ideal example from hundreds of candidates, something he needs Edd’s help for, before they end up having to fix their chosen vehicle in the field – literally.
S13E16 1985 Maserati Bi-Turbo 09/01/2017 Whilst looking for a 1985 Maserati Bi-Turbo, Mike discovers a truly unique example: a Bi-Turbo without a Bi-Turbo! This little Italian auto received an electric motor conversion dating back to the early 90’s. Their first ever electric car project has Edd dancing, and Mike worried. Can they beat the original performance of the Maserati and still turn a profit?
S13E17 1916 Cadillac V8 16/01/2017 Is there anything cooler than a Caddy? In this episode, Mike and Edd get their hands on a V8. Can they get it back up to speed while turning a profit?
S13E18 Best of Series 13 Part 2 23/01/2017 Take a look back at some classic Mike and Edd moments with this best-of compilation.
S14E01 1995 Ford Escort RS Cosworth 04/10/2017 Mike buys a 1995 Ford Escort RS Cosworth, a rare vehicle originally designed to qualify as a car for the World Rally Championship; Ant can't wait to get under the hood to diagnose and repair what ails the Cosworth's lackluster engine.
S14E02 1982 Toyota Celica Supra 11/10/2017 Mike hopes to capitalize on ’80s nostalgia by restoring an original six cylinder 1982 Toyota Supra with a tired interior, faulty head gasket, compromised exhaust system, and only one working pop up headlight.
S14E03 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 18/10/2017 Mike dives into the expanding market for second generation muscle cars by snatching up a 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 which has lost some power over the years, in addition to wooly suspension, faulty brakes and dull pain.
S14E04 1973 Saab 96 25/10/2017 Mike and Ant try to arouse the passion of the Saab enthusiast community by restoring a rusty, non-driving 1973 Saab 96 to its past glory. Will their restoration pass muster with one of the car world's most passionate fan bases?
S14E05 1965 Dodge A100 Van 01/11/2017 Mike taps the growing custom van market by picking up an extremely distressed 1965 Dodge A-100 Sportsman. Will a swapped drivetrain, state of the art suspension and custom-built surf inspired details provide enough wow-factor to snag a buyer?
S14E06 1964 Ford Ranchero 08/11/2017 Mike and Ant go to work on one of the first utility vehicles, a 1964 Falcon Ranchero whose vintage features are suffering under a coat of cheap black paint.
S14E07 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 15/11/2017 Mike and Ant try to tap into the 90's nostalgia scene with a 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4, but few of the car's advanced systems actually work.
S14E08 1965 Austin-Healey 3000 MkIII 22/11/2017 Mike and Ant are bringing to auction a highly desirable 1965 Austin-Healey 3000 MkIII. Will a custom exhaust, Weber carbs, and a sparkling new interior be enough to earn top dollar from the most discriminating car buyers on earth?
S14E09 The Best of Wheeler Dealers 29/11/2017 Mike and Ant lift the curtain to reveal the hilarious outtakes, behind the scenes moments and private insights from the latest series. It's Wheeler Dealers, like you've never seen it before.
S00E01 Revisited: Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce 21/10/2010
S00E02 Revisited: Austin Mini Mk1 00/00/0000
S00E03 Revisited: Beetle to Buggy 00/00/0000
S00E04 Revisited: BMW 635CSI 00/00/0000
S00E05 Revisited: BMW E30 325i Touring 00/00/0000
S00E06 Revisited: Corvette C4 00/00/0000
S00E07 Revisited: First Gen Land Rover Range Rover 00/00/0000
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S00E10 Revisited: Lancia Delta Integrale 8v 00/00/0000
S00E11 Revisited: Lexus LS400 00/00/0000
S00E12 Revisited: Mazda MX-5 NA 00/00/0000
S00E13 Revisited: Mercedes Benz 190E 2.3-16 Cosworth 00/00/0000
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S00E16 Revisited: Peugeot 205 GTi 1.9 00/00/0000
S00E17 Revisited: Porsche 911 2.7S Targa 00/00/0000
S00E18 Revisited: Porsche 924 00/00/0000
S00E19 Revisited: Porsche 928 00/00/0000
S00E20 Revisited: Suzuki SJ410 00/00/0000
S00E21 Revisited: Saab 900 Turbo 00/00/0000
S00E22 Revisited: Toyota MR2 MKI 00/00/0000
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S00E24 Revisited: VW Golf Mk1 GTI 00/00/0000
S00E25 Top 5: '80s Icons 05/06/2013 A countdown of the Top 5 '80s icons from the series.
S00E26 Top 5: American Icons 12/06/2013 A countdown of the Top 5 American icons from the series.
S00E27 Top 5: Micro Cars 19/06/2013 A countdown of the Top 5 smallest cars from the series.
S00E28 Top 5: Performance Cars 26/06/2013 A countdown of the Top 5 performance cars from the series.
S00E29 Top 5: Viewer's Choice 03/07/2013 A countdown of the Top 5 viewer's-choice cars.
S00E30 Top 10: Edd-Aches 30/07/2014

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