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Spike Feresten is best known as being a former "Seinfeld" writer and talk show host, but he's also a car guy. In each half-hour episode of the series, Feresten finds someone who needs a car, gets to know the person, and uses his car knowledge and instincts to find three vehicles that he thinks suit the buyer, who -- in turn -- chooses one of the three options by the end of the episode. After the buyer's selection is made, Feresten makes it known whether or not he agrees with the choice.

Latest episodes

aired 481 days ago
Spike seeks ideas from the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles to find the perfect superhero-inspired vehicle for graphic artist Michael Buntyn.
aired 481 days ago
Spike shows a San Diego resident who loves vintage muscle cars that powerful modern vehicles such as the Chevrolet Camaro and the Ford Mustang California Special are actually better suited to his lifestyle.
aired 598 days ago
The garage of football player Donald Penn; Spike lines up a 1961 Cadillac convertible, a 1972 Buick Riviera and a 1968 Ford F-100, to add to the collection.
aired 598 days ago
A professional basketball player seeks a new vehicle with swag and plenty of legroom; a baller from the Los Angeles Clippers shares his opinion.
aired 598 days ago
Spike takes a sensible-minded chef to Magnus Walker's Urban Outlaw Shop for a ride in a classic Porsche.
aired 598 days ago
Spike helps Matt Farah of The Smoking Tire log miles on a 1996 Lexus LS 400; band Citizun desires a spacious and stylish vehicle for its next tour.
aired 598 days ago
Spike helps a construction manager find a truck to suit the needs of his growing family and business; three double-cab work trucks and an off-roading experience prove that trucks can be just as fun as they are practical.
aired 600 days ago
Spike recommends a 1968 Ford Country Squire, a 2015 Subaru Outback and a 1963 Chevy C10 Stepside truck as possible vehicles for a woodworker and her husband.
aired 600 days ago
A television reporter's rental-fleet Hyundai is replaced with something more appropriate; actor Patrick Dempsey provides a lesson in speed racing.
aired 600 days ago
A wealthy investor hopes that Spike can find the perfect birthday vehicle for his mother, an 80-year-old "Magnum, P.I." fan who likes to drive fast.
aired 601 days ago
A winemaker who wants a large vehicle that can transport guests around his vineyard takes a look at a Pinzgauer, a Volkswagen pickup and a "Uni-Dodge."
aired 601 days ago
Spike helps "Best Bars in America" co-host Jay Larson find a classy, reliable second car for weekend cruising.
aired 627 days ago
Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Genevieve Morton seeks a vintage American muscle car suitable for weekend cruising.
aired 627 days ago
Spike drives the Ferrari 488 GTB, with over 661 horsepower, to meet a professional rodeo competitor who usually sticks to one horse's power at a time.
aired 627 days ago
Spike takes a ride on a prototype Confederate Fighter motorcycle; an art director seeks a stylist motorcycle with a sidecar so he can take road trips with his dog.
aired 628 days ago
Bassist Darryl Jones of the Rolling Stones test-drives a Mercedes, a Jaguar and a BMW during his search for a fast and refined ride.
aired 628 days ago
The owner of a hamburger restaurant chain seeks a special edition Jaguar; Spike and his client view actor Steve McQueen's 1956 Jaguar XKSS.
aired 691 days ago
Spike offers three suggestions to a Joshua Tree, Calif., artist who desires a vintage four-wheel-drive vehicle that can handle the rugged desert terrain.
aired 691 days ago
Spike recommends a Jaguar XJL, an Audi A8 L Quattro and a Mercedes-Benz E63 S AMG for social media star Karrueche Tran.
aired 738 days ago
The owner of a fashion marketing company seeks a perfectly tailored car; Spike's three "unique, yet understated" suggestions include a restored 1964 Lincoln Continental.
aired 738 days ago
Spike tries to convince a Los Angeles DJ who drives a beat-up sedan that a nice car is just as important to one's image as nice clothes.

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