Hosts Mike Brewer and Edd China team up in Wheeler Dealers to find and flip serviceable used classic cars. Mike scours the Internet and local trade rags for bargain-priced modern classics needing attention. Edd China applies the elbow grease to bring the cars up to a nearly new condition, allowing Mike to sell them on for a profit. Written by David Whitney
The Porsche 924 was a luxury sports car produced by Porsche AG of Germany from 1976 to 1988.
Mike gives a mini-primer on how to sell cars to maximize profits prior to selling this car.
The Saab 900 is a front-engined, front-wheel-drive compact car with a longitudinally mounted, 45-degree slanted, 4-cylinder engine, double wishbone front suspension and beam-axle rear suspension. It was originally introduced in May 1978. The 900 contained a number of unusual design features. Written by Grant Prunster
First episode to use the Internet to buy and sell used cars. Original beige knee roll repainted grey when the replacement unit was damaged beyond repair.
The Volkswagen Golf Mk1 is a compact car, the first generation of the VW Golf and the successor to the Volkswagen Beetle. Produced in May 1974, it was intended as a modern front-wheel-drive, hatchback replacement for the ageing Beetle.
Ed displays his talent by restoring this tired old VW Golf to the original GTI specifications.
The Mark I Mini (1959-1967) was the first version of British Motor Corporation's Mini. It is characterised by its sliding windows, external door hinges and moustache grille. Overall the Mini represents some very clever packaging which has often been imitated but has never been bettered. Written by Grant Prunster
Flagged as totally original though it did have a sunroof.
W123 is the internal chassis-designation Mercedes-Benz used for their executive line of cars, manufactured between 1976 and 1985.
Car was found through an advertisement on a bulletin board at a local supermarket. Replacement right wing was painted free of charge.
Ford Capri was a name used by the Ford Motor Company for three different automobile models. The Ford Capri coupÃ© (Europe), Ford/Mercury Capri convertible (Australia) and the Ford Consul Capri coupÃ© which was produced by Ford of Britain between 1961 and 1964. Written by Grant Prunster