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Next Up

Sunday 28th July at 12:00 am

Discovery Channel

About The Show

Ferrari expert and master car restorer, Wayne Carini, finds, buys, restores and sells some of the finest and most unique vehicles ever manufactured.

Episodes

8:00 pm

21 Jul

Turbo

Episode 1

Porsche 4Cam Vs. Steve Jobs' BMW Z8

Wayne brings home a 1957 Porsche 356A 1500 GS Carrera with a rare four-camshaft engine. And, Apple guru Steve Jobs' 2000 BMW Z8 goes up for sale.

12:00 am

28 Jul

Discovery Channel

Episode 2

Racing Record Monza, Bucking Bronco, And Vincent Motos

Wayne rescues a rare '59 Fiat Abarth Record Monza that been abandoned for 30 years. Plus, he finds a custom '66 Ford Bronco.

8:00 pm

28 Jul

Turbo

Episode 3

Chevy Surprise & Lucky Lamborghini

A proud son wants to surprise his dad with a 1960 Chevy pickup truck for his 65th birthday. And, Wayne buys a single-owner '67 Lamborghini 400 GT.

7:00 pm

4 Aug

Turbo

Episode 4

100 Year Old Harley

Wayne finds a 100-year-old Harley Davidson in a basement and gambles on a pair of Ducatis at a Las Vegas auction. Plus, he meets top bike-builder, Arlen Ness.

8:00 pm

4 Aug

Turbo

Episode 5

Coupe! (There It Is)

Wayne pursues a '61 Cadillac Coupe DeVille. Plus, he sells a '71 Corvette Stingray and '70 C10 Chevy pickup at the Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction.

7:00 pm

11 Aug

Turbo

Episode 6

Ford GT40 & A Flying Banana

Wayne takes on a rare '34 MG PA Airline Coupe, helps out on a multi-million-dollar Ford GT40 Mk IV, and finds a unique Aston Martin Speed Model Type C.