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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 purchases a Sprint Midget race car complete with a custom trailer, a vintage 1936 Ford pickup truck to tow them, and a matching Quarter Midget race car to ride along in the truck bed.
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Wayne has always dreamed of owning an iconic Auburn Boattail Speedster, and he meets two women who are selling their grandfather's collection, including a 1932 Auburn Boattail Speedster, a 1909 Ford Model T and more.
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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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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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Wayne must take a leap of faith to bring home a 1957 Porsche 356A 1500 GS Carrera with a rare four-camshaft engine; when Apple guru Steve Jobs' 2000 BMW Z8 goes up for sale, the current owner turns to Wayne for help.
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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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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 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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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 searches for the rare Ford Model A-400 that his father owned and sold decades before; Wayne helps a client sell a 1962 Maserati 3500 GTI Supperleggera Coupe.
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Wayne finds a rare 1936 Indian 4-cylinder motorcycle, along with a one-off car built by a father and son team modeled after the 1968 Hot Wheels Twin Mill toy in a Connecticut basement; Wayne is wowed by a 300 car collection.
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The owners of a closed restaurant have to quickly sell three vintage American motorcycles: a Harley-Davidson, an Indian and a Triumph; the F40 crew works on a 1986 Lamborghini that hasn't been driven in 25 years.
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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.
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Wayne and his buddy, Ralph, head to the VSCCA Wilbraham Hill Climb where it's Wayne's Stutz up against Ralph's Packard speedster in an old-fashioned drag race; with their pride, pink slips and a charity donation on the line, horsepower rules the day.
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Buying a rare American-Yale motorcycle; Wayne sets his sites on an impeccable 1950 Oldsmobile 88 and a modified 1932 Ford three window coupe.
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Wayne and his buddy Jersey Ralph go head-to-head; It's Wayne's 1938 Lincoln Model K coupe vs. a 1938 Packard at a car competition; Wayne searches for the perfect Bugatti for a client who throws a last-minute curve ball.
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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."
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It's a trio of firsts for Wayne as he takes on the transformation of a rare '34 MG PA Airline Coupe, helps a friend with a multimillion-dollar Ford GT40 Mk IV, and hits the road to scope out one of only six remaining Aston Martin Speed Model Type Cs.
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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 has two, rare Stutz motorcars on his radar; one is a 1930 Stutz roadster with coveted cut-down doors, but the seller is playing his cards close to his chest; car number two is a Stutz Special built to look like a SSK Mercedes sports car.

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