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.
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.
To celebrate the series' 20th anniversary, Mike and Elvis set out to restore a Ford Fiesta Mark 1 and stage the show's largest ever car meet.
Mike and Elvis take on a Porsche 911 in rough shape: it turns up in pieces on a trailer. If they can revive it, they'll take it on an epic...
A Peugeot 205 T16 inspires Mike to upgrade its under-powered UK counterpart for a track race. Can Mike's 205 Rallye compete with a Eurospec Peugeot?
The Austin Allegro has a reputation as one of Britain's most unloved cars. Mike rescues a barn-find: can Elvis' refurb prove it doesn't deserve the label?
Mike thinks there's money to be made on a soft-top Saab 900, but with a dicey clutch and woolly steering, Elvis has concerns. Can they get it back to its...
Mike spots a bargain supercar: a Maserati 4200GT for under £10k! Under the hood is a Ferrari V8, but can Elvis fix the potentially costly gearbox and clutch issues?
Mike buys his newest ever car to create a bespoke Scooby BRZ STI. But hopes of a profit are hit with a hefty bill for the turbo and a new...
Mike and Elvis buy a piece of the Champagne lifestyle on a budget: a Silver Spirit that looks past its best. Can they make it turn a profit?
Mike is seduced by a Land Rover Discovery Mk1 with low mileage. But with no MoT, a leaking sunroof and rust problems, Elvis has his work cut out buying parts.
Mike and Elvis tackle a classic Toyota Landcruiser. Mike takes a gamble and imports an original 70s one from Japan, not knowing what state it will arrive in.
Mike and Elvis have one of their toughest challenges yet: can they make an Audi RS6 estate car faster than a sportscar? Elvis has doubts after a hazardous test drive.
Mike tracks down one of the most iconic estate cars of all time, the Volvo 240 Torslanda, but it's seen better days. Elvis gets creative with metal to revive it.
Mike gambles on a Ford P100 imported from South Africa to Scotland. But it's hit with a series of problems - and will it cope with the UK's weather and...
With the Ford Focus having its 25th anniversary, Mike thinks the ST model may be the next classic. He nabs a bargain, but Elvis finds the engine needs a full...
Mike finds an Alfa Romeo GTV with some fails, but he reckons Elvis can sort it. Can he get it ready for an Italian road trip to re-create the GTV...
Mike finds the perfect starter classic, a 1989 Audi Coupe. This rare car has a low mileage, but it's failed its MOT. The guys fix it up before a test...
Mike surprises Elvis with a Caterham Seven, but the size of the restoration job is bigger than expected. Can they get it race-worthy in time?
Mike finds a 1992 Corrado G60 smothered in aftermarket mods. Parts are rare and superchargers can be costly, but Elvis determines to get this risky project done.
Mike has found a rare, 33-year-old Peugeot 405 while in Portugal. But finding parts isn't going to be easy. Can Mike and Elvis turn a profit?