Wheeler Dealers Season 19
Experienced car dealer Mike Brewer is joined by multi-talented mechanics in a monumental motoring mission: to find and restore iconic cars to later sell for a profit at their LA-based shop. In the series, Mike has the challenging job of finding vehicles that have money-making potential. He then hands them over to a mechanic, who tackles everything from bare metal re-sprays to gearbox swaps to bring them back to their former glory.
Wheeler Dealers Season 19 Full Episode Guide
Mike decides to pay it forward and help out a young member of the team by fixing up his new car purchase, a 4-liter V6 2007 Mustang. Ant and Mike soon find out that just because this young man works with cars doesn't mean he's taken all Mike's advice to heart.
Mike discovers a true Japanese legend from the 1990s, the Nissan 300ZX twin turbo. It comes with all the aftermarket kit you might expect, which gets Ant thinking of upping the performance even more...but Mike has the opposite in mind.
Mike and Ant welcome a 1979 Jeep CJ-7 Renegade to the workshop. With a V8 and a rare Levi's trim package, this car could fetch a bundle if it wasn’t half rusted out. It's up to Ant to repair the damage, while Mike tries to bring new life to the tired faux-denim stonewashed upholstery.
Mike and Ant turn their attention to a rare 2004 MX-5 Mazdaspeed, the only turbocharged version of the car Americans know as a Miata. The good news is it drives like it's been strapped to a rocket, the bad news is that it's noisy, leaky and desperately in need of some cosmetic TLC.
The 2006 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S is a performance SUV with lots of horsepower and potentially daunting repair bills. Ant grapples with a number of issues, but all his hard work could be for naught if Mike has to replace the calipers for $5,000 rather than simply repair them.
The name Saab might not always strike fear into the heart of the luxury performance crowd, but Mike gets his hands on something special, a 2001 Saab 9-3 Viggen! A name inspired by Saab's aviation links, this really is a fighter jet on four wheels.
Mike brings back a modern classic, a rare 2001 Audi S4 Avant. This estate car is the perfect blend of style and turbo-powered performance...or it would be if Ant can fix a mysterious engine leak, systemic problems in the cabin and an unsightly dent in the rear.
Mike and Ant finally get their hands on the greatest British sports cars never to have been built in Britain, a 1969 Datsun Roadster. It's handsome, fun to drive and prone to breaking down. Ant handles the steering, brakes and an engine that sounds like a lawnmower, while Mike brings a tired old soft top back to life.