Chasing Classic Cars TV Schedule
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Tuesday March 11
Advertised as a real car "for pre-teen men and women of distinction" the Bimbo is a toy car powered by a 12-volt battery. While not exactly a daily driver, the green power and eclectic nature of this collectible captures Wayne's attention.
Trouble is the car is in England and Wayne is in the US and there's no way that Wayne will sell the car sight unseen so, he has the Bentley flown in from the UK and delivered to his shop.
Wednesday March 12
Before Wayne can show either of the cars he must pull the Panhard out of a barn near his shop where is has been stored for twenty years.
Ferrari 375MM Barn Find
Wayne is thrilled when he learns that a Ferrari 375 MM potentially worth five to eight million dollars, and a collection of forty rare motorcycles, have quietly come up for private sale.
Thursday March 13
Everybody Loves a Woodie
While the Falcon is in fact a station wagon - it's got that cool Woodie styling Wayne loves and he's sure this car will make a great quick flip. After a brief inspection he buys the car on the spot.
Wayne is invited to inspect a private collection of vintage Cooper F1 race cars that have been hidden from the public eye for 20 years. Will the temptation prove to be too much when he also discovers a rare BMW 315, and a Bugatti Type 57, in a barn?
Friday March 14
Now after owning the car for several years, Wayne is hoping the Pebble Beach lineage will add value to the Muntz when he rolls the dice and puts it and up for sale at the prestigious Bonhams auction in Carmel Valley, CA.
At Mecum Auction's '57 Heaven sale in Branson, Missouri, Wayne takes home a 1957 Packard Clipper Station Wagon and 1957 Ford Country Sedan Wagon.
Sunday March 16
Amelia Island - Part 1
With spring's exclusive RM Vintage Motorcars Auction in Amelia Island, Florida, right around the corner, master car restorer Wayne Carini is pressed to put together a roster of cars that is guaranteed to turn a profit.
Amelia Island - Part 2
With the sale prices plummeting and European collectors snapping up rare cars for a song, all eyes are on spring's exclusive RM Vintage Motorcars Auction in Ameilia Island, Florida.
Monday March 17
After spending a year and a half on a meticulous ground up restoration, Wayne enters Herb Chambers' lost, then found again, 1972 Ferrari Daytona Spyder into the 'Olympics' of Ferrari shows - the Palm Beach Cavallino Classic.
Tent Find the New Barn Find?
When Wayne discovers a Ferrari Dino in a tent in a backyard in New Jersey he buys it on the spot. Despite having sat untouched for over a decade, the car runs like a charm.
Tuesday March 18
The British are Coming!
Wayne's hot to sell his 1934 MG ND Magnette racecar at RM Auctions', "British Are Coming" sale in Scottsdale, AZ.
Everything Must Go!
When Wayne gets a lead on a vintage Saab hidden in a barn in New England he jumps at the chance to inspect it.
Wednesday March 19
The Cover Girls are Back!
Wayne draws a crowd at the Amelia Island Concours when he enters his fully restored, three-wheeled, 1948 Davis in the 'Motor Trend Cover Cars' class.
The Quest for Perfection
Wayne's got a client who's hot to own a mint condition Mercedes 300sl. Armed with a private jet and a checkbook he and Wayne cross the country in search of the perfect car.
Thursday March 20
Time Loves a Hero!
It's on to plan B for the ultra-rare1964 Shelby Cobra USRRC Roadster, when Wayne puts it up for sale at RM Auctions in Monterey, California. Will the second time be the charm?
Wayne Won't You Buy Me a Mercedes Benz
Wayne flies to California to inspect a large collection of cars including a Rolls Royce owned by the famous Western movie director John Ford, and the crown jewel of the collection, a 1935 500K Mercedes.
Friday March 21
With a battalion of vintage Mini Coopers leading the charge, Wayne embarks on a road trip up the Pacific Coast Highway with his Technicolor 1963 BMC Technical Support Vehicle.
The Lemons Are Coming!
Wayne is on a mission to prove you don't need to spend a lot of money to win a concours. Enter the Concours d'Lemons - a car show devoted to, "celebrating the oddball, mundane and the truly awful of the automotive world.
Saturday March 22
Wayne Goes Skiing
Wayne helps Olympic gold medalist Jonny Mosely and the Squaw Valley ski resort find a vehicle that could have been at the 1960 Winter Olympics. It’s all about 4x4s and big powder when Wayne finds them a ride and takes some turns down the mountain.
Wayne’s ecstatic to get a lead on a collection of his newest obsession, Brass cars. There’s a 1913 Hudson, a 1910 Stoddard-Dayton, a 1906 Oldsmobile and a Redding motorcycle. Wayne wants to buy just the Hudson, but it turns out it's a package deal.
The Power of Three
After finding a 1970 Porsche 911 E Targa with 5,000 miles, Wayne’s got his hands on possibly the world’s most perfect 1962 Jaguar Mark 2 3.8 Saloon AND an unrestored 1932 Stutz DV32 Convertible, all at an estimated value between $420,000 and $550,000.
Wayne Meets Triplets
When Wayne gets a lead on a cache of three 308 Ferraris in a nearby garage, he shows up ready to buy and with a trailer in tow. Then, while Roger works on a belt job, Wayne puts on his sales hat to drum up clients for two more Ferrari’s, a 275 and a 430.
Wayne’s on a hunt for a Volvo 960 station wagon. However the car’s original owner, Paul Newman, fitted this car with a supercharged 5.0 liter V8 engine pulled from a Ford Mustang. Wayne checks out a hot rod event which only allows cars made before 1964.
Kiss a Few Frogs
Wayne finds a rare 1934 Lincoln KB Convertible. In order to buy it, he must meet the owners high price and also buy two other cars; a '70s Chryseler K Car and '60s Buick convertible. Sometimes you have to kiss a few frogs before you get what you want.
Sunday March 23
Wayne believes he knows the original owner of an abandoned 1972 Ferrari Daytona Spyder that's for sale in Denver. But with just 48 hours to make a deal, will it be enough time?
Internet Flips & Finds
Wayne checks out a vintage car collection worth millions that's located in an avocado field in southern California. Then, a fellow collector spies a rare find, a race car thought to be one model, but after a closer look, is something quite different.
Monday March 24
Now That's a Duesy!
It's a car collector's find of a lifetime when Wayne is shown a 1933 Duesenberg SJ LWB Convertible Berline that has been hidden in a garage for over thirty years.
A King in Queens
Like sending a firstborn away to college, selling a collector car can be bittersweet. Wayne helps two sentimental car lovers part with a 1962 Triumph TR4 racecar and a 1963 250 GTL Ferrari Lusso fit for royalty.