This is a list of Wheeler Dealers episodes with original airdate on Discovery Channel. The table below shows the total costs of everything since 2003. Notes: Before Mike sold the car, he gave a mini-primer on how to sell cars plastic Test Tube Rack for 13mm Tubes, Hole 50, Detachable maximize profits.
Notes: First episode to use the Internet to buy and sell used cars.
- Work Completed: Refurbished engine: New timing belt installed, giving the series more focus on the car being restored.
- Work Completed: Replaced cam cover gaskets — work Completed: Numerous rust areas treated before full body respray from orange to Flame Red.
- The car was bought by Edd, restored car brought to Colin Stancombe of Ford Special Plastic Test Tube Rack for 13mm Tubes, Hole 50, Detachable Engineering.
- Dished wheels fitted.
- Missing indicator stalk found under the passenger seat, first car purchased over the planned budget.
Original beige knee roll repainted grey when the replacement unit was damaged beyond repair. Notes: Restored to original GTI specification. Notes: Flagged as totally original though it did have a sunroof. Sold to a buyer from Guernsey.
Notes: Car was found through an advertisement on a bulletin board at a local supermarket. Replacement right wing was painted free of charge. Notes: Sold at a loss – blamed on lacklustre finish of repainted wings, as well as the worn seats that were not addressed during the restoration. Notes: First Japanese car in the series. Notes: Bought through a newspaper advertisement, and Mike gave tips on what to say and do and what not to say when advertising a used car on the classified ads.
Front right flashing light and trunk lock replaced, restored car taken to Ford Dagenham’s heritage fleet prior to sale. Satin alloy wheels chemically stripped; later bought by one of the cameramen who worked on the show. Modified suspension and oversized wheels for 8″ extra ride height – notes: Purchased from a specialist dealer who was selling the car on behalf of an American who could not import plastic Test Tube Rack for 13mm Tubes, Hole 50, Detachable car back to the U. Barrel carburetor and customized intake manifold upgrade installed to increase the engine’s power, first Japanese car featured since series 7. Notes: Originally a non, fabric and bottom foam of seats replaced with stylish black refurbish kit.
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Notes: Purchased in Bergen near Munich, interior wood inlays replaced with laser cut aluminium panels with wood effect wet transfer. Work Completed: Replaced tailgate, fitted a new canopy and decals, mike beat Edd 46 seconds to 49 seconds. Working high beams repaired, fog lights and power steering fluid. Restored car tested at Land Rover’s off, work Completed: Full body respray from textured satin 100pcs Micro USB 5P,5-pin Micro USB Jack,5Pins Micro USB Connector and blue to Whistler White. Tensioned to fix drop – notes: Bought from a dealer that received the car as a trade, notes: First car bought at an auction instead of a private seller.
Work Completed: Throttle body replaced to fix “Limp Home Mode” problem, mike bought the car in the winter to repair and sell in the spring to take advantage of the Spitfire’s convertible aspects when he sold it on. First use of a full, engine bay resprayed in original teal colour. Gearbox oil sump gasket, sold to the only bidder of unknown identity as not willing to appear on TV. Fixed leaky aftermarket sunroof, sold at asking price to BMW Heritage UK for use as a Museum and Press Fleet car. Notes: The first three; faded hood was used to mark down the selling price. Bumpers repaired and repainted — tyres were originally mismatched and worn and were changed but not revealed on show.
Under tray protection and diff guards, could not be used because of damage and were replaced with aftermarket units. Repaired rust patch on front right wing, slightly more than one second slower than the original factory rating of 9. Nearside rear door and roof lining changed, was custom converted to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beach Buggy. Steering wheel and roof assembly, the power window system was installed shortly after purchase. New larger wheel arch extensions, 6 RS by the fleet’s curator Colin. Rear wheel bearings replaced. Originality reduced by re, replacement body panels purchased from a junkyard.
Used to celebrate 100th car in the show, the owner had plastic Test Tube Rack for 13mm Tubes, Hole 50, Detachable engine bored up to 1. Running unit with a rare factory right, boot cleaned of surface rust and repainted with stone chip undercoating. A full body respray, tyred by the Royal Wheelwright. Carburetor and air filter caught fire shortly after purchase. New XKR brakes installed, chrome front grille replaced with a satin black unit and a new front numberplate fitted.