Car enthusiast Mike Brewer teams up with mechanics to repair and restore classic cars in order to resell them.
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.
Mike was challenged to find a classic endurance sports car and the Volvo PV544 fit the bill. Mike finds a running example, but with an engine that few can master.
The guys want to tackle something eco-friendly, and they get their wish when Mike chooses the original 'Econobox', a 1977 Honda CVCC that needs a rebuilt engine.
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.
Mike and Edd decide that the 80s classic, Ford Mustang GT, is the ideal affordable muscle car for a young aspiring mechanic to cut his teeth on.
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?
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!
Mike and Edd go back and forth about the definition of a real sports car. With the desire to hit the gas and feel the seat in his back, Mike brings a 1968 Corvette.
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?
Mike's out for adventure with a 1970 Ford Bronco. When they find it's riddled with rust, Mike sets out to save the project from disaster while Edd keeps his cool.
Mike and Edd have a powerful and luxurious 1983 Mercedes 500 SEC to restore. Can the boys return this car to its former glory and still eke out a profit?
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.
Mike and Edd are back in their West Coast workshop in the US and fixing up a 1973 Chevrolet Camaro. Can the guys still make a profit after restoring it?
Mike hunts the first ever Bond car, a 1963 Sunbeam Alpine. He finds a rust-free race-ready motor and Edd must deal with some surprises in the engine bay.
Mike goes looking for a Humvee. He and Edd create a four-wheel drive camping vehicle that can take you to places no camper has been before.
Mike discovers a 1985 Maserati Bi-Turbo that was converted to electric in the early 90s. Can they work on their first ever electric project and still profit?
Edd surprises Mike back in England by purchasing a 1916 Cadillac. The guys work hard to get the car ready for a 9000-mile endurance rally known as Peking to Paris.
Mike and Edd look over a few cars in the garage as they reminisce about the recent projects, with insight into how they went while looking at never seen before footage.
Mike gets his hands on a valuable 1995 Ford Escort RS Cosworth. Can new mechanic Ant Anstead bring back the 227 hp engine's famous 'fizz'?
Mike hopes to capitalise on '80s nostalgia by restoring an original 1982 Toyota Supra. Can Ant bring this car into the modern era without losing its originality?
Car dealer Mike Brewer snatches up a 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1. Can mechanic Ant Anstead bring back the lost power by tuning up and enhancing the engine?
Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead try to arouse the passion of the Saab enthusiast community by restoring a rusty, non-driving 1973 Saab 96 to its past glory.
Mike tries to tap into the 90's nostalgia scene with a 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4. Ant has his work cut out for him returning the car to its original state.
Mike and Ant work on one of the first utility vehicles, a '64 Falcon Ranchero. Its vintage features are suffering under a coat of cheap black paint.
Mike picks up an extremely distressed 1965 Dodge A-100 Sportsman. Will custom-built surf inspired details provide enough wow-factor to snag a buyer?
Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead are bringing to auction a highly desirable 1965 Austin-Healey 3000 MkIII. Will a sparkling new interior be enough to earn top dollar?
Mike and Ant share their favourite moments from the series, revealing the hilarious outtakes, behind-the-scenes moments and private insights.
Mike and Ant enter the market for iconic American SUVs with a 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer. But, it has a sagging suspension and a defective four-wheel drive.
Mike and Ant take on a 1987 Alfa Romeo Spider Quadrifoglio with a rare hardtop. It needs extensive repairs, including a rebuild of the propshaft.
Mike takes on a Porsche 924, the first car he ever turned around on the series. Will fixing oil leaks and worn interior be enough earn a profit?
Mike and Ant dive into the European sports car market with a 1969 Opel GT. It suffers fresh body damage, a backfiring engine, shoddy brakes, and faulty headlights.
Mike finds a rare, rally-bred 1972 Lancia Fulvia. He and Ant must fix its bad CV joints, a broken heater, cracked dash and a debris-clogged fuel system.
Mike and Ant drag a rare 1972 Datsun 510 2-door into the 21st century. The engine is in good order, but the bad paint job, gearbox and bodywork let it down.
Mike finds one of only 1,000 MC40s ever made, the 40th anniversary homage to the Monte Carlo rally-winning British icon. Can Ant revive its original look?
Mike hunts an early SUV - a 1970 International Harvester Scout 800A. Ant's repair includes rebuilding a leaky transfer case and replacing the interior.
Mike and Ant answer questions from fans across the globe. In the process, they reveal on the inner workings of the series and look back at the last eight cars.
Mike finds a rare beast: a 1976 Mercury Capri MK2 with the classic 2.8 litre V6. However, it's not without its problems, which means a lot of work for Ant.
Mike finds a true unicorn of the car world: a '95 Volvo 850 T-5R, a station wagon with a racing pedigree. Unfortunately the engine needs some serious work.
The guys are excited when they find a legendary 1991 Toyota MR2 Turbo. But, one small fix becomes a big problem for Ant as the entire engine has to be removed.
Mike finds a 2002 Chevy Corvette Z06 that can do zero to sixty in under four seconds. Ant is less than enthused when he realizes the scale of the work needed.
Mike tracks down a rare '91 Alfa Romeo 164L. He loves the look, but Ant has his work cut out for him. The car has perfect bodywork, but it has a leaking engine.
Car dealer Mike Brewer and multi-talented mechanic Ant Anstead are on a mission to find and restore iconic cars that they later sell for a profit at their LA based shop.
Car dealer Mike Brewer and multi-talented mechanic Ant Anstead find and restore iconic cars that they later sell for a profit at their LA-based shop.
Mike finds what he thinks is the finest-handling front wheel drive car: the Lotus Elan M100. If Ant can revive the engine and suspension, will it make a profit?
Mike and Ant turn their attention to a rare 2004 MX-5 Mazdaspeed. It drives like it's strapped to a rocket, but it's noisy, leaky and in need of some cosmetic TLC.
To Ant's dismay, Mike buys a 1979 Triumph TR7. Underneath its disco-era styling are some quirks, like a homemade air cleaner, bad wiring and soft shocks.
Mike brings back a modern classic, a rare 2001 Audi S4 Avant. Can Ant fix a mysterious engine leak, systemic problems in the cabin and an ugly dent in the rear?
Mike Brewer hunts down a Swedish classic, the 2001 Saab 9-3. He nabs a bargain, but can Ant Anstead work his magic to restore this vehicle to its former glory?
A 1979 Jeep CJ-7 Renegade rolls into the workshop, but it's rusted out. Ant repairs the damage, while Mike revives its tired faux-denim stonewashed upholstery.
Mike discovers a true Japanese legend from the 1990s, the Nissan 300ZX twin turbo. Ant wants to boost the performance even more - but Mike has the opposite in mind.
Mike and Ant take a chance on a 2006 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S. This performance SUV has a lot of horsepower - but potentially daunting repair bills.
Mike and Ant finally get hold of the greatest British sports cars never to have been built in the UK, a 1969 Datsun Roadster. But it's prone to breaking down.
Mike and Ant welcome a zippy little 1974 Fiat X1/9 sports car to the workshop. There's hardly any rust, but big problems lurk behind the driver's seat.
Mike gets his hands on one of the rarest BMWs ever made, a '99 Z3 M Coupe. Unfortunately for Ant, an excited Mike didn't haggle or inspect it before purchase.
Mike's found a classic 1964 Triumph TR4 in British racing green. It's rust-free, but it's been sitting for 20 years and Ant has big refurb job on his hands.
Mike's found a British motoring icon: a 1976 Land Rover Series III. One of the few registered in California, it's a rare find but Ant has work to do to get it moving.
Mike and Ant turn around a 1965 Dodge Coronet 500, a high-horsepower veteran of the drag strip. They try and dial it back to a more useable street cruiser.
Mike decides to pay it forward and helps out a young member of the team by fixing up his 4-litre V6 2007 Mustang.
Mike has a tip from an unusual source, his electrician. He's selling a classic Ford Escort XR3i that he's owned for decades, but there are issues with the roof.
Mike finds his favourite iconic British car in a garage in Wales. Elvis and Mike add some radical changes to the 55-year-old vehicle to get it back on the road.
Mike and Elvis take a gamble on a TVR Griffith. But first, the guys have to pick it apart before restoring and testing the full impact of this iconic sports car.
Mike and Elvis are determined to celebrate a dying breed, the iconic V8 engine. They've chosen a classic sports car to do it, the Mercedes SL55.
Mike and Elvis take on the 'baby Ferrari' but want to keep their costs low. Can the guys make this old school classic car a rival to its Italian cousin?
Mike finally gets his hands on an Astra GTE. With spare parts hard to come by, the boys are determined to make a profit from this lengthy project.
The boys fix up a BMW 335i estate with the performance and styling you might expect from an M3. Can they get it in shape to beat a real M3 in a head-to-head drag race?
Mike's gone all nostalgic, buying a 58-year-old Dormobile campervan. But Elvis has a huge amount of work to do on it including a brand-new engine fit.
Mike and Elvis find and fix up a recently imported Fiat 600. It needs a lot of work, including a full repaint, an engine overhaul and the cooling system needs repairing.
Car dealer Mike Brewer is back in the UK! Along with ace mechanic Marc 'Elvis' Priestley, he's on a mission to find and restore iconic cars to sell for a profit.
Mike finds a rare Land Rover Series 1 that may not be all it seems. What starts as a simple cosmetic touch-up becomes a complicated and expensive restoration.
Mike snaps up a Jaguar S-Type with 195,000 miles for just ?3,000. After some repairs, the boys put it up against another model with just a tenth of the miles.
Does Mike nab a Porsche 997 at a bargain price of just? 15,000. The catch? It's carrying an engine with a serious case of bore score. Can Elvis get it firing again?
Mike and Elvis attempt to resuscitate the 'daddy' of British executive saloons: a 1974 Jaguar XJ6. But it's a risky buy: it hasn't been on the road since 1990!
Mike gets his hands on a car that has evaded him for decades, a Mark 1 Ford Transit. Elvis is delighted - until he realises everything he needs to do.
Mike returns Elvis to his F1 roots with a car from one of the most famous names in British racing: a Lotus Europa. Elvis is excited - until he takes it out for a spin.
After years of searching, Mike's found the ultimate '80s hot hatch: the Renault 5 GT Turbo. Can Elvis restore it in time for its new owner's birthday?
The boys snap up a Mitsubishi Shogun. If Elvis can sort out the car's rust, he'll upgrade its off-roading capability with a lift and some accessories.
Mike and Elvis wrestle an iconic Japanese rally car: a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo7. It needs a total engine rebuild and a new look to be king of the street racers.
Elvis convinces Mike to buy a bargain VW Golf convertible. But its bright color is divisive, and it's also rusty, filthy with a busted convertible roof!
The boys are determined to mark the MGB's 60th anniversary in style by buying and fixing up one of these classic motors. But the upgrades come with some hefty costs.
It's the 50th anniversary of one of British motoring's forgotten heroes, the Triumph Dolomite Sprint. So, of course, Mike and Elvis have to get one.