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British car enthusiasts Will and Gus have just one week to try to fix neglected cars and double their selling price - risking their own money in the process!
Gus and Will want to buy an MGB roadster but the cheaper GT version is the one they find. It's got a few rust patches, and back in the workshop they realise beauty really is skin deep...
The guys want to buy a BMW, and Will says he likes the 'feminine' Z3. There's a trade-in up the road which might fit the bill but it's a high price. Can they get the deal they want?
Gus and Will go for the once-maligned Austin Maestro. The car they want to buy has already been sold but the seller has another - his own - on the driveway. Can they do a deal?
The guys wants to do a 4x4, but their dream list of cars is short as they can't afford much on their budget. However, Will has a cunning plan, and steers them towards a friend's Suzuki.
Gus and Will want a classic Morris Minor, and they find an ex-police car in a lovely shade of blue. But the seller wants them to bid online - they can't pay and take it away.
Gus and Will really want an 'Eastern Bloc' car to see whether those old Skoda jokes were deserved. Bidding low they win an orange Estelle... but how can they add any value to it?
Gus has his eye on a classic Renault 5 that's cheap and clean. Will isn't sure but Gus twists his arm. It's super-rare, and has little wrong with it - apart from a cooling issue that they can't see, let alone fix.
Will and Gus want to buy a VW Beetle as it's such a legend, but the market is far too rich for them. They locate a project car going cheap at under £1000. It's seen better days - but they can't walk away from such a low price.
The guys find an orange Reliant Kitten that an engineer has given up on - the body is detached from the chassis, it doesn't run and most of the bits it needs are in boxes in the boot. But Will and Gus are sure there's money to be made from it.
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