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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

Chasing Classic Cars is a series that is currently running and has 16 seasons (192 episodes). The series first aired on June 3, 2008.

Where do I stream Chasing Classic Cars online? Chasing Classic Cars is available for streaming on Velocity, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Chasing Classic Cars on demand at Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Velocity, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Sling, Google Play, iTunes online.

Tuesday 10:00 PM et/pt on Velocity
16 Seasons, 192 Episodes
June 3, 2008
Documentary & Biography
7.3/10
Cast: Wayne Carini, Roger Barr
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Chasing Classic Cars Full Episode Guide

  • When a client buys a one-of-one 1935 Godsal, he hires Wayne and automotive historian Evan Ide to do the restoration. With no other existing example to compare it to, it will take all their expertise to bring this gem back to its former glory.

  • Wayne enlists his friend and hot rod builder Jimmy to transform a 1933 Ford Roadster into an Elgin Race Car. It's a labor of love, but when the car is complete, they'll let it loose on the track to prove that its performance is just as hot as its looks.

  • When the Tupelo Automobile Museum decides to close and auction off their entire collection for charity, they call Wayne for help. He brings in two auction houses to assess their cars and automobilia and give their best pitch to the museum's owner.

  • While restoring his ultra-rare '54 Arnolt Bristol Coupe and '55 Arnolt Bristol Roadster, Wayne comes across a mid-forties MG TC for sale. The car is all in pieces and Wayne is determined to find every part before going home.

  • Wayne finds a rare mid-sixties Griffith 200 in a parking garage. It's been hiding in plain site for over 20 years, and he wants to revive it in time to show it at an exclusive East Coast Cars and Coffee.

  • During a hunt for the perfect '32 Ford, Wayne finds some irresistible surprises, including a fearsome, vintage ice-cutting machine with a motorcycle body and engine, plus a Bugatti Type 55s replica that's fit for a little prince.

  • The Cars' drummer David Robinson rolls into F40 with a restoration job on a rare 1969 De Tomaso Mangusta. A disagreement over color scheme has Wayne wanting to "Shake It Up," while David may be thinking "Bye Bye Love."

  • Wayne buys the motorcycle of his dreams in a 1928 Indian Scout 101, and he can't wait to take it out on the track. He also helps find new homes for a collection that includes a '77 Mercedes 450 SEL 6.9 and a ready-to-race Audi R8.

  • Wayne and team are part of a multi-shop mission to return a coveted 1937 Bugatti to like-new condition and enter it in competition in the most prestigious exhibition in the world -- the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

  • Wayne's '30 Ford Model A coupe faces stiff competition when it goes up against a '32 Ford Vicky. At auction, he sells a Pierce-Arrow and a Renault, and works with a collector who has second thoughts about selling his collection.

  • Wayne has a close encounter with a one-off 1946 Crosley "Flying Saucer," reverse engineers a gearless transmission for a 1912 Cartercar, and lifts the lid on a 1966 Volvo that holds the world record for the highest mileage.

  • Wayne is in Virginia to help sell two roadsters, an impeccable '58 AC Ace Bristol fresh from an eight-year restoration and a coveted Series 1 '67 Jaguar XKE. In California, a '68 Toyota Corona makes an unforgettable impression.

  • It's the find of a lifetime when Wayne discovers a matching-numbers 1955 Mercedes 300 SL "Gullwing" that's been hidden from the public eye for decades. At F40, the team restores a 1962 Jaguar XKE for a very lucky client.

  • A trip to buy a rare American-Yale motorcycle gives Wayne the perfect excuse to visit a collection of hot rods, where he sets his sites on an impeccable 1950 Oldsmobile 88 and a modified 1932 Ford three window coupe.

  • It's Wayne's 1938 Lincoln Model K coupe vs. a 1938 Packard when Wayne and his buddy "Jersey Ralph" go head-to-head at a car competition. Wayne searches for the perfect Bugatti for a client who throws a last-minute curve ball.

Chasing Classic Cars Video Clips & Extras

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