Wheeler Dealers

Wheeler Dealers

  • 2021
  • 23 Seasons
  • 8.2  (2,836)

Wheeler Dealers is a show that started off in the United Kingdom but eventually became popular in the United States. The show is all about 2 men, Mike and Edd, and the various cars they purchase and resell for profit. Both men have extensive experience in the used car world and have significant mechanical abilities which helps them repair any and all problems the encounter when preparing to buy or sell a car. Each episode usually features a single car that the men will purchase, usually it is something unique or somewhat uncommon, and the cars almost always have some sort of significant problem. Sometimes the cars have significant body damage that needs repaired but more often the cars have minor mechanical or electrical problems that can be quickly and cheaply fixed by Edd. Wheeler Dealers also walks the audience through many of the processes involved in repairing or replacing bits and pieces of a car so that they can understand what is actually being done to the car in the show. Towards the end of each episode Mike and sometimes Edd generally take the car out for a test drive and begin approaching potential buyers. Mike also usually gets the opportunity to see a well maintained example of whatever car they are working on so he can get a good idea of how the car should look and perform when complete. At the end Mike often makes a deal to sell the car to whoever is interested and the total profit for the two is calculated based on the purchase price as well as work and labor done on the car to get it ready. Sometimes the guys make a little bit of money buying and repairing the cars but a large amount of the time they barely break even or even lose a little bit of money due to more costly repairs than what they expected.

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The British are Leaving
8. The British are Leaving
February 9, 2021
Mike and Ant look back on five seasons, 72 cars, hundreds of jobs, thousands of man-hours and two TV icons. Before Wheeler Dealers can return home to the UK, they have to pack up the workshop and sort through the work of half a decade.
Fine and Landy
7. Fine and Landy
February 2, 2021
Mike's found an icon of British motoring, a 1976 Land Rover Series III that looks like it just came from a safari. Ant will have to tame this smoking, creaking, leaking beast, while Mike adds a bit of value to the car with a bespoke roof rack.
Mopar for the Course
6. Mopar for the Course
January 26, 2021
Mike and Ant turn around a 1965 Dodge Coronet 500 that's a high-horsepower veteran of the drag strip. But all that power under the bonnet makes for a violent driving experience, so they must dial it back to a more useable street cruiser.
Try, Try, Triumph
5. Try, Try, Triumph
January 19, 2021
To Ant's dismay, Mike buys a 1979 Triumph TR7, the wedge-shaped swan song of the venerable British sports car line. Underneath its disco-era styling are some quirks, like a homemade air cleaner, bad wiring and soft shocks.
Send in the Clown Shoe
4. Send in the Clown Shoe
January 12, 2021
The 1999 BMW Z3 M Coupe is one of the best-driving cars on the road, and Mike's found an excellent example to bring back to the workshop. Ant will have to strengthen the subframe, delete the fan and repair the seats, while Mike takes care of the wheels.
Travelall Around the World
3. Travelall Around the World
January 5, 2021
Mike and Ant welcome a 1968 International Harvester Travelall that's an ancestor of the modern SUV. It's the perfect vacation wagon, if only Ant can tackle a few engine leaks, a hole in the body and an interior that's the wrong kind of vintage.
TR4 on the Floor
2. TR4 on the Floor
December 29, 2020
Any Englishman worth his salt would jump at the chance to buy a 1964 Triumph TR4 in British Racing Green. Mike's found one that's rust-free, but it's been sitting for 20 years. Ant has to refurbish the engine, repair some dents and upgrade the electrics.
Some Like It Fiat
1. Some Like It Fiat
December 22, 2020
Mike and Ant welcome to the workshop a 1974 Fiat X1/9, a zippy little mid-engine sports car with superb balance and a distinctive color. The good news is there's hardly any rust. The bad news is the engine-shaped can of worms behind the driver's seat.
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Description

Wheeler Dealers is a show that started off in the United Kingdom but eventually became popular in the United States. The show is all about 2 men, Mike and Edd, and the various cars they purchase and resell for profit. Both men have extensive experience in the used car world and have significant mechanical abilities which helps them repair any and all problems the encounter when preparing to buy or sell a car.

Each episode usually features a single car that the men will purchase, usually it is something unique or somewhat uncommon, and the cars almost always have some sort of significant problem. Sometimes the cars have significant body damage that needs repaired but more often the cars have minor mechanical or electrical problems that can be quickly and cheaply fixed by Edd. Wheeler Dealers also walks the audience through many of the processes involved in repairing or replacing bits and pieces of a car so that they can understand what is actually being done to the car in the show.

Towards the end of each episode Mike and sometimes Edd generally take the car out for a test drive and begin approaching potential buyers. Mike also usually gets the opportunity to see a well maintained example of whatever car they are working on so he can get a good idea of how the car should look and perform when complete. At the end Mike often makes a deal to sell the car to whoever is interested and the total profit for the two is calculated based on the purchase price as well as work and labor done on the car to get it ready. Sometimes the guys make a little bit of money buying and repairing the cars but a large amount of the time they barely break even or even lose a little bit of money due to more costly repairs than what they expected.Wheeler Dealers is a series that is currently running and has 23 seasons (244 episodes). The series first aired on May 7, 2021.

Where to Watch Wheeler Dealers

Wheeler Dealers is available for streaming on the Discovery Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Wheeler Dealers on demand at Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Vudu, Velocity, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    May 7, 2021
  • IMDB Rating
    8.2  (2,836)