Wheeler Dealers Season 8
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 8 Full Episode Guide
Mike gets a great deal on a Bel Air, his happiness is stifled though when the Bel Air breaks down and catches fire damaging the bonnet paint, more work for Ed.
Mike is in Idaho to buy the ultimate retro sportster, the Karmann Ghia. Edd loves it, but will the broken gearbox and shoddy interior stop them making a profit?
Mike is in San Francisco looking for a classic Chevrolet Step Side Pick Up. Will he manage to find a rust free model for Edd to restore?
Mike has travelled to the US to hunt for a DeLorean, one of the most recognisable and distinctive cars ever made. Can Edd restore this iconic car and maximise their profit?
Mike heads to America in search of one of the finest cars in the US: the Dodge Charger. But such a prestigious car carries a hefty price tag. Can he make a profit?
Mike goes on the hunt for a car with an historic badge, great performance and a low price tag, the Saab 9-3 turbo. Margins are tight on these motors so to stand any chance of making a profit, Mike and Edd have to save money in every area they can.
Mike attempts to double his money as he takes a down-at-heel Frogeye Sprite from the lower leagues and tries to turn it into a premiership quality classic car. The engine comes out, the full body re-spray turns the car from red to fashionable blue, the interior is re-vamped and the metal work is re-finished as we transform the look of this fifties-designed classic. The final test drive is a blast around the banking at the famous Brooklands Motor Museum.
Mike has always been a fan of the big, bold and beautiful Range Rover P38, but he knows it’s hard to make a profit on these pricey-to-fix cars. He buys a bargain and then Edd sets about mending it with salvaged and second-hand parts in an attempt to keep the parts spend super low. Will they resolve that nagging suspension problem? Will the SATNAV ever work again? And will they turn a profit on this modern classic? Mike and Edd head to the wilds of Exmoor to give the car a final test drive before they try to find a buyer.
Designed as an off-road army car, the Mini Moke soon became a civilian cult classic, so this should be a winner. But will Edd and Mike agree on anything and get the job done?
The jaguar E-type is one of the most beautiful cars in the world. It's also one of the most significant British cars ever made. Mike goes looking for one, but soon realizes that his budget will get the duo a car at the most risky end the market, and Edd discovers parts prices on the original big cat are sky high. Have the team bitten off more than they can chew?