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Wayne Carini chases cars for a living. Not literally, but if a vehicle were an iconic Mercedes Gullwing or a luxurious Maserati Ghibli, for instance, and Carini saw it in motion, it's a sure bet he would get himself in gear and run after it. That's how much this man loves classic cars, a passion that Velocity has captured for this series since 2008. Known as a "collector car archaeologist," Carini leads viewers into the business of locating high-end automobiles stashed in homes, garages and barns in the U.S. and abroad. When he finds a gem, Carini negotiates to buy it, then resells at auction or privately. Along the way he talks shop with respected collectors, restorers and artisans.

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Wayne seeks top dollar for an impeccable Austin-Healey 100M, a Morgan Super Sport and a Morgan coupe when he brings the vehicles to auction.
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Wayne locates a 1958 Saab GT750 that has been restored to perfection, but when he arrives for the inspection and test drive he learns the owner has two more Saabs he may be willing to sell.
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Wayne sells a high-performance, low-production 2003 BMW Z8 Alpina roadster and a cute-as-a-button 1958 BMW Isetta 300.
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Wayne hops on a plane when a 1920 ReVere with a 360ci four-cylinder Duesenberg Walking Beam engine comes up for sale.
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Wayne makes the surprise announcement that he is selling the best barn find of his career: an original 1921 Stutz Bearcat with just over 11,000 miles.
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Wayne jumps at the chance to purchase a late 1950s Stanguellini Monoposto Formula Junior race car; Wayne hopes to sell two vehicles to make room in the garage for a 1953 Bandini.
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Wayne discovers a 1947 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Super Sport Cabriolet that has been garaged for over 30 years and a fully-loaded, single-owner 1948 Harley-Davidson with a sidecar.
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With two winning race cars and a high-tech hybrid supercar with over 100 years of racing and automotive engineering between them, Wayne heads to the track.
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Wayne purchases a perfect pair of early 1960s Volkswagen Karmann Ghias; Roger bets Wayne he can get one of the cars running in eight minutes or less.
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Wayne and a friend win a sealed-bid auction for a one-of-one, all-original 1930 Minerva bodied by Hibbard & Darrin, but as extraordinary as the car itself is the story of the vehicle's owner.
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Wayne rescues a 1923 Rolls-Royce Ghost touring car that has seen one too many winters; Wayne obtains a 1935 Auburn that needs work.
aired 16 days ago
Wayne travels throughout the state of New Jersey and locates a Corvette and a Ferrari Dino; Wayne brings a Fisker electric car and a Mercedes-Benz limousine to auction.
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When Wayne's all-original 1954 Studebaker Commander Starliner Coupe is invited to compete at the world's most prestigious car show, he's determined to bring home a top prize; Wayne takes a chance on a 1938 Lincoln Model K Coupe with hot rod vibes.
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Wayne transforms a 1931 Packard 840 Roadster Packard and encounters a very unexpected buyer; Wayne loans "Wheeler Dealers" host, Mike Brewer, a '57 Ferrari Testa Rossa; a simple parade lap at a state fair turns into a day at the racetrack.
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Wayne obtains a 1958 Jaguar XK150S and a 1961 Jaguar XKE roadster, and brings the mint vehicles to Amelia Island for auction.
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Wayne resurrects a 1962 Jaguar XKE SI 3.8 Flat Floor Roadster once owned by "Today Show" host Dave Garroway; what an OSCA MT4 race car, a million-dollar 8 liter Bentley and a questionable '71 Siata Spring have in common.
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Flawless '61 Cadillac Coupe DeVille; joy ride in a spirited '53 Nash Healey; raising big money for charity selling a '71 Corvette Stingray and '70 C10 Chevy pickup at the Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction.
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Wayne discovers a 100-year-old Harley Davidson in a basement, rolls the dice on a pair of Ducatis at a Las Vegas auction, takes on the Laguna Seca corkscrew on a motorcycle, and meets legendary bike-builder Arlen Ness.
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A proud son needs to find and restore a 1960 Chevy pickup truck to surprise his father for his 65th birthday, so he turns to Wayne Carini for help; In New Jersey, Wayne buys a single-owner '67 Lamborghini 400 GT that's been garage-bound for 25 years.
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Wayne rescues a rare '59 Fiat Abarth Record Monza from its thirty year slumber in a New York garage; in Nebraska, Wayne falls in love with a custom '66 Ford Bronco and returns home to discover two original Vincent Motorcycles for sale.
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Wayne unearths a low-mileage 1965 Shelby GT350; he brings a famous 1950s Southern Californian hot rod to auction; Wayne hunts for a Duesenberg, but is wowed by a Packard instead; he says goodbye to an old friend from his personal collection.

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