Wheeler Dealers Season 13
Series 13 has a new format, with revised theme music. This is the final series to feature Edd. The series features the restoration of 16 cars; episodes numbered 9 and 18 are compilation episodes. With the exception of episode 16, this series was set completely in the U.S.
Wheeler Dealers Season 13 Full Episode Guide
Take a look back at some classic Mike and Edd moments with this best-of compilation.
Is there anything cooler than a Caddy? In this episode, Mike and Edd get their hands on a V8. Can they get it back up to speed while turning a profit?
Whilst looking for a 1985 Maserati Bi-Turbo, Mike discovers a truly unique example: a Bi-Turbo without a Bi-Turbo! This little Italian auto received an electric motor conversion dating back to the early 90’s. Their first ever electric car project has Edd dancing, and Mike worried. Can they beat the original performance of the Maserati and still turn a profit?
Mike is on a hunt for the military-grade off-roader, the Humvee. He’s met with the challenge of choosing the ideal example from hundreds of candidates, something he needs Edd’s help for, before they end up having to fix their chosen vehicle in the field – literally.
A classic two-seater sports coupé gets some elbow grease and a bit of spit and polish, Wheeler Dealers-style.
A classic Camaro gets the Mike and Edd treatment in this all-new episode.
Mike seeks out a Porsche 912E. With the help of Edd, they address the years of neglect, while they bring home the horses and return on their investment.
Mike’s looking for luxury, and finds it in the most expensive car Mercedes had to offer in 1983: the 500SEC. With the right example and the help of a passionate enthusiast, Mike locates everything he needs to transform our coupe into a beautiful AMG Wide Body Tribute. Edd exercises his magic to turn our conservative SEC into a menacing autobahn cruiser.
Mike seeks a classic adventure, and finds it in a 1970 Ford Bronco. First impressions can be deceiving, and our Bronco quickly shows its true colour – rust. Edd unpacks a host of problems beneath its already rough exterior. Can Mike find the solution to what may be a lost cause?
Edd and Mike look back on the memories of the last eight cars. Which were the best and worst buys, the most inventive fixes, and the biggest transformations?
Mike and Edd go back and forth about the definition of a real sports car. With the desire to hit the gas and feel the seat in his back, Mike seeks out a 1968 Corvette.
Edd and Mike set the challenge to find the ultimate bug-out vehicle that would ceaselessly run, and there was only one contender: the Land Rover Series IIA!
Mike and Edd decide to create an eye-catching, inexpensive beach cruiser, and the Corvair is the muse! Can the guys restore this classic to its original beauty?
Mike and Edd decide that an '80s classic – the Ford Mustang 5.0 – is the ideal and affordable muscle car on which a young aspiring mechanic can cut his teeth
When Edd sets Mike the task of finding him a classic American truck, Mike heads to Sonoma County where he meets his first hipster and her Chevy LUV.
The guys want to tackle something eco-friendly, and get their wish when Mike chooses the original Econobox – a 1977 Honda CVCC that needs a rebuilt engine.
Mike has been challenged to find a classic endurance sports car, and the Volvo PV544 fits the bill.
In this episode, Mike and Edd take on the challenge of the Mercedes 560SL- 1987. If money were no object, the Mercedes 560SL was the car to buy in the 1980s. Mike finds a well looked after example in need of a complete refresh.