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.
Whether it’s restoring iconic cars or establishing the very best things to look for when buying a second hand car, the Wheeler Dealers do whatever they can to restore old motors to their former glory, spot a bargain and maybe even find that future classic car ahead of the trend.
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...
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...
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.
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 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 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...
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.
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 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 nabs 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...
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!
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?
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 colour is divisive, and it's also rusty, filthy with a busted convertible roof!