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Part of a weekend block dedicated to gear heads. Velocity HD, formerly known as the Discovery Channel HD airs this classic restoration car show. The program is produced by Essex Productions, is a film production company known for their reality television creations. Hosted by Wayne Carini, it follows him on his search for the elusive jewel in the rough of a classic car. He performs the restorations along we a close knit group of his peers. The program airs on the weekends and is part of an all out automobile related line up. The program is very well produced in high definition, with superb photography, quality, and detail.

The show often begins when Wayne gets a possible sale lead of an antique automobile. The vehicles are found in very strange places and under unusual circumstances. There was the classic Bugatti found in someone

Tuesday 10:00 PM et/pt on Velocity
13 Seasons, 166 Episodes
June 3, 2008
Documentary & Biography
7.3/10
Cast: Wayne Carini
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Chasing Classic Cars Full Episode Guide

  • Wayne has always dreamed of owning an iconic Auburn Boattail Speedster, and he meets two women who are selling their grandfather's collection, including a 1932 Auburn Boattail Speedster, a 1909 Ford Model T and more.

  • The owners of a closed restaurant have to quickly sell three vintage American motorcycles: a Harley-Davidson, an Indian and a Triumph; the F40 crew works on a 1986 Lamborghini that hasn't been driven in 25 years.

  • Wayne is contacted by the New York Governor's office to restore a '32 Packard originally purchased by Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

  • Wayne preps two, pristine, low-mileage 1990 favorites for sale: a 1990 Mazda Miata with supercharger and a like-new 1990 Toyota pickup truck. Wayne's also working to freshen up his 1960 Morgan.

  • Wayne's off to Ohio in pursuit of a picture-perfect, low-mileage 1987 BMW M6 Coupe, but he'll need to pony up for a 1969 Lincoln Mark 3 and a 1978 Lincoln Mark 5 as part of the package. Then Wayne helps a client sell an '81 Morgan Roadster at auction.

  • Wayne and car-buddy, Ralph, head to the VSCCA Wilbraham Hill Climb where it's Wayne's Stutz up against Ralph's Packard speedster in an old-fashioned drag race. With their pride, pink slips and a charity donation on the line, horsepower rules the day.

  • The 1920 Revere-Duesenberg with a 360ci four-cylinder Duesenberg "Walking Beam" engine, was capable of a staggering 106hbp, making someone who owned one the fastest and coolest kid on the block. So when Wayne hears of one for sale, he hopes a plane.

  • A perfect pair of early sixties Volkswagen Karmann Ghias has Wayne reaching for his checkbook and Roger giving the cars his

  • Wayne finds a late fifties Stanguellini Monoposto Formula Junior racecar for sale; he jumps at the chance to buy it and bring it back to the shop to surprise Roger. Meanwhile, Wayne hopes to sell two cars to make room in the garage for a 1953 Bandini.

  • With two winning race cars and a high-tech hybrid supercar with over one hundred years of racing and automotive engineering between them, there's just one thing left for Wayne to do: head to the track.

  • Wayne's hot on the trail of a 1958 SAAB GT 750 that's been restored to perfection, but when he arrives for the inspection and test drive he discovers the owner has two more Saabs he may be willing to sell.

  • Wayne makes a surprise announcement that he's selling the best barn find of his career, his original 1921 Stutz Bearcat with just more than 11,000 miles from new.

  • Wayne spans the BMW spectrum when he sells a high-performance, low-production 2003 BMW Z8 Alpina roadster and a 1958 BMW Isetta 300.

  • In the Season 9 premiere, Wayne and car buddy Ralph can't believe their good fortune when they win a sealed-bid auction for a one-of-one, all-original 1930 Minerva bodied by Hibbard & Darrin.

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Two Times The Barn Finds Inside The Episode (22:00)