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Wheeler Dealers: Dream Car

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Car dealer supremo Mike Brewer and mechanic Marc 'Elvis' Priestley help hapless petrolheads trade up their unwanted vehicles to get them the car of their dreams.

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Chris works at a classic Ford workshop, surrounded by all the models he loves; his dream car is a Ford Escort Mk2, but these are now way out of his price range.
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Support teacher Jess, 37, has always loved the VW Golf GTI, but it's out of her price range; with a Ford Fiesta and £1000 in cash, Mike needs to do some serious trading to get the modern GTI Jess craves.
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Ex-Paratrooper Tony, 42, has spent his life around Land Rovers, but he's never managed to put a fighting fund together to buy his dream car, a 1960s short wheelbase series 2A; Mike and Elvis begin their trading journey with Tony's Mini Cooper.
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Harlen wants to get behind the wheel of the iconic Nissan Skyline, his favorite video gaming car, but the mature student has put all his cash into paying his way through college.
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