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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.

Tuesday 9:00 PM et/pt on Discovery Channel
21 Seasons, 220 Episodes
October 7, 2003
Automotive, Reality
8.2/10
Cast: Mike Brewer, Edd China
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Wheeler Dealers Full Episode Guide

  • The 2002 Mercedes Benz E55 AMG, the pinnacle of luxury and supercar performance. Can Mike find profit in a neglected example as Ant tackles a major service?

  • The 1973 Toyota Celica, the first generation of this iconic model. Mike finds a powerful solution for a rough running engine. Meanwhile, Ant is in the workshop, putting his fabrication skills to the tes

  • Mike finds a 1972 Fiat 124 Spider 'survivor' car. It's all original but the driving experience leaves a lot to be desired. Mike gets crafty on the interior while Ant fixes a leaky differential, replaces a carrier bearing and axle seals.

  • The fifth generation Ford Bronco, an American Icon. This is a go anywhere vehicle and market is absolutely red hot. Mike gets his hands dirty preparing the Bronco for the biggest collector car auction in the world, Barrett Jackson.

  • The Volvo Amazon 122 a classic Swedish auto with true rally heritage. Mike travels to the Pacific Northwest, where he has tracked down a true "barn find." Ant is tasked to make it road worthy before the boys know the true scope of the work ahead.

  • The pinnacle of BMW is the naturally aspirated inline 6 cylinder modern classic that is the E46 M3, the "Ultimate" Ultimate Driving Machine. Mike finds one with the subframe already fixed, and he challenges Ant to transform the transmission with new tech.

  • Two of the most iconic names in British motoring came together, with an all British engine by Lotus, to make one of the finest British roadsters: the 2-seated convertible Jensen Healey. Mike finds the perfect example to recondition with Ant's help.

  • The Mercedes 300 TD was the last Mercedes made in an era of no compromise at the brand. Mike finds an example that's even slower than expected so together with Ant they set about getting the best out of that diesel engine.

  • The Mazda RX7 is an 80s classic loved on both sides of the Atlantic. Mike finds a highly desirable 1985 MK1 model with less-than-desirable aftermarket add ons, suspension problems, and iffy rotary engine. Is it worth fixing?

  • Some might say it looks like the Porsche 911's ugly sibling but one thing's for sure, the 1970 VW Fastback type 3 has character. Mike finds one that's well-loved, but it suffers from some typical SoCal mods. Plus oil leaks, tatty interior, and rust.

  • How to get that 911 experience without the price tag? Mike has the answer: the Porsche 996. An amazing car, but one with a recurring problem that can lead to catastrophic engine failure. While Ant future proofs the car Mike adds some interior class.

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