Wheeler Dealers Season 7
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 7 Full Episode Guide
Mike and Edd embark on their most adventurous project yet: to buy and restore a 1960s Lotus Elan. Extremely successful when new and still highly desirable, the Elan is expensive to buy and work on. Will this be a step too far for the Wheeler Dealers duo?
An iconic rally car, the Japanese Impreza has found plenty of road fans. But with so many out there it will be difficult for Mike and Edd to find one, turn it around and then make it stand out from the crowd.
Mike finds a rough looking 88/89 Defender. Ed replaces the camshaft with an aftermarket performance replacement, giving an extra 20 BHP, the doors are replaced and windows are fitted to the rear. Chunky wheels are fitted and a new steering wheel, amongst other things.
A glorious piece of 60s styling, the P1800 is the most surprising Volvo you will ever encounter. Mike snaps up a rust free example. But underneath the gorgeous looks there are a number of mechanical issues Edd needs to sort. He’ll have his work cut out to keep costs down on this one.
Mike buys a rare Bond Bug. A three wheeled eccentric alternative to sporty, classic motoring that is celebrating its 40th birthday. With most parts cheap and available this should be a welcome change of pace. However will Mike and Edd be celebrating a profit at the end?
A 70s classic car, the Stag still has an army of fans. Mike decides to find a rust-free car but it’s much harder than he thinks. Edd has to keep prices super-low or there’s no chance the pair will turn a profit on this one.
This was was £60,000 new but can now be had for less than £5000. Mike Brewer samples one of the 90s great supercar bargains and snaps up what he thinks is a great car. But when Edd sees the car, he realises there’s plenty of work to be done on this cool V8.
Mike and Edd go on the hunt for the classic VW T2. When Mike decides to buy a camper, he discovers prices have never been higher, so he settles on the less-known panel van. Edd decides to completely repaint the car and uprate the engine.
The legendary Ford Sierra Cosworth looks like a family car but goes like a racecar with a motorsport-tuned turbo engine. To find one of these desirable classics at less than £5000 is difficult… but Mike has some clever ideas where to find a car.
Mike Brewer and Edd China go in search of a Classic Jensen Interceptor from the 1970s. This classic handmade GT cruiser was mentioned alongside Bentley and Aston Martin. At launch, it cost as much as a house, but Mike wants to find a car for £5000 or less.