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Wheeler Dealers

Mike finds a Volkswagen Corrado V2, but it needs work. Parts are rare and superchargers can be costly, but Elvis is determined to get this risky project done .

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Season 18
Mike finds the perfect started classic, a 1989 Audi Coupe. This rare car has low mileage.
With Ford Focus having its 25th anniversary, Mike thinks the ST model may be the next classic.
Mike tracks down one of the most iconic estate cars of all time, a Volvo 240 Torslanda, but it's seen better days.
M. Brewer buys a 2002 S-Type with 195,000 miles on the clock. After Elvis has done a supercharger rebuild, will it compare to a similar model with 19,000 miles?
Mike and Elvis buy a piece of Champagne lifestyle on a budget, a Silver Spirit that looks past its best.
Summary Mike spots a bargain supercar, a Maserati 4200GT, for under £10,000. Under hood is a Ferrari V8, but Elvis must try.
The Austin Allegro has a reputation as Britain's most unloved cars. Mike rescues a barn-find: can Elvis' refurb prove it doesn't deserve label?
Mike and Elvis take on a Porsche 911 in rough shape. If they can revive it, they can revive it, they will take it on an epic drive.
It's 50th anniversary of British motoring's forgotten heroes, Triumph Dolomite Sprint.
Season 17
Elvis convinces Mike to buy a bargain VW Golf convertible; Its bright color scheme turns heads but is also very divisive; along with its strange color scheme, it's also filthy.
Mike and Elvis get to work on an iconic Japanese rally car: a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo7. It needs a total engine rebuild and a new look.
Mike buys a Renault 5 GT Turbo, the ultimate '80s hot hatch, from Charlotte, a racing driver who runs a garage just up the road; Charlotte soon regrets selling the car.