Wheeler Dealers (TV Series 2003– )
|1||Volkswagen Transporter T3 Part 1 (23 Aug. 2005) |
The rust busters , Mike and Edd, are at it again. This time they in for a tough search to find a Vee Dub Type 2. Mike finds it more difficult than he thought to find a dream wagon to work on. Has this project gotten him beat?
|2||Volkswagen Transporter T3 Part 2 (23 Aug. 2005) |
Original plan was to purchase and restore a Type 2. T3 works van converted to mini mobile home. First use of a full-body vinyl wrap instead of a respray. First diesel engine in the series. Bought by Edd, largest loss in the series.
|3||Lancia Delta HF Integrale 8v Part 1 (30 Aug. 2005) |
Mike is on the trail of a full blooded Italian hot hatch. A car that has a grin factor every time you approach a corner or pull away at traffic lights.
|4||Lancia Delta HF Integrale 8v Part 2 (30 Aug. 2005) |
Acquired through eBay. Originally a non-running unit with a rare factory right-hand drive conversion and no MOT.
|5||Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Cosworth Part 1 (6 Sep. 2005) |
At first glance, this car looks like an ordinary 190E but look again and there is a subtle body kit which gives it a lower, aggressive line. Inside is pure class with wall to wall leather with Ricaro seats that hug you in all the right places.
|6||Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Cosworth Part 2 (6 Sep. 2005) |
Was a former company car. Fourth loss in the series.
|7||Range Rover Series I Vogue SE Part 1 (13 Sep. 2005) |
This time, Mike is on a mission to find and fettle, the UK's favourite posh mud plugger, the Range Rover.
|8||Range Rover Series I Vogue SE Part 2 (13 Sep. 2005) |
Originally planned for LPG conversion, but canceled due to MOT failure and conversion costs. Last vehicle sold at a loss in the series until Series 9.
|9||Mazda MX-5 NA Part 1 (20 Sep. 2005) |
Mike is on a mission of a cult car who's roots are in the 60s, launched in the 80s and still in production today. You guessed it, it is the Mazda MX-5.
|10||Mazda MX-5 NA Part 2 (20 Sep. 2005) |
Mike showed a selling technique by buying the car in the winter and selling the car during the more sunnier months to capitalize on the convertible aspects of the car.
|11||Porsche 928 Part 1 (27 Sep. 2005) |
Mike shows how to find, fettle and then sell on a great 70s super car. The Porsche 928 is a classic GT car, a grand tourer, designed to get you from London to Edinburgh in time for afternoon tea.
|12||Porsche 928 Part 2 (27 Sep. 2005) |
Originally purchased as a non-running unit with no MOT and no service records. Sold at asking price with a full tank of petrol.