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Car fanatic Philip Glenister teams with designer Ant Anstead on a mission to find classic cars in not-so-classic shape, fix them up and then auction them off. Glenister finds vehicles that he can get for the right price and brings them into the shop for Anstead to restore. Since Glenister gets to know each seller during the bargaining process, he uses stories about the car as inspiration to help inform Anstead's overhaul. After the front-to-back transformation is complete, the guys take the car for a spin. At the end of the season, the finished cars are sent to a public auction to see if all of the hard work pays off.

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Phil fulfils a dream driving the Volvo P1800 from Roger Moore's iconic 1960s TV show "The Saint"; he goes for a spin on one of Scotland's most treacherous, winding roads.
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Philip and Ant explore the world of micro and bubble cars, restoring a Fiat 500 and risking life and limb driving a tiny 1960 Messerschmitt in rush hour traffic.
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Philip and Ant celebrate 80s boy racer hatchbacks and city run-arounds - like the Golf GTi and Peugeot 205 - as they race to turn one into a rally car.
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Phil and Ant have ten weeks to restore a Rover SD1 police car.
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The Land Rover Series I is a very iconic British car, which was born in 1948 and went on to conquer the world; it's rugged and simple, but with only 39,000 ever made, examples of this national treasure of automotive pride are getting harder to find.
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The Triumph Stag is a car that represents the best and worst of British motoring; launched in 1970 with continental good looks and a punchy V8 engine, it was the perfect car for the G&T set.
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Philip Glenister and Ant Anstead try to restore a DeLorean DMC-12, an epic car that stands as a tribute to the excess of the 1980s.
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The Mini Cooper Mk1 was the car that changed everything; from its revolutionary design and front wheel drive to its conquering record as a track and rally car, it was the small car with the big heart driven by royalty.
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The Mk1 Ford Escort Mexico is the car that brought speed to the average lad on the street; it was perhaps the first car that appealed to the kid racer and meant that young people could show off by spinning their wheels.
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The 1945 MG-TC, the forerunner of the modern sports car, paves the way for the mass export of sporty British two-seaters.
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In a driveway in Hertfordshire, Philip and Ant discover a rotting Aston Martin DBS - the model from On Her Majesty's Secret Service; they wonder how much value can they add before the car is sold at auction.
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Phil and Ant look back at 12 weeks hard labor working on iconic motors like the Aston Martin DBS, Fiat 500, and VW Beetle; they head for the auction house to catch up with the cars' new owners.
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Philip Glenister and Ant Anstead go on a 100-mile road trip from Bristol to the Devonshire coast in a Volkswagen camper van, the motor loved by surfers and hippies.
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Philip looks at the Ford Transit, the revolutionary van as big as a lorry that drove like a car, and other motoring workhorses.
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The collected cars are shipped to one of the United Kingdom's largest and most prestigious car auctions.

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