For the Love of Cars
2 Series, 14 Episodes
Ill health turned caretaker Mick's childhood dream of owning a Jaguar E-Type into a nightmare, and now his 60s supercar has seen better days. Tim and Fuzz try to get his iconic car back on the road.
Barry from Brighton dreams of restoring his 1984 Audi UR Quattro but the vehicle has been under a tarpaulin cover for 10 years. Tim and Fuzz visit the south coast to bring the car back to its best.
Tim and Fuzz fix up a historic Austin Healey Sprite, which has been in a garage since 1968, so that Sir Stirling Moss, who raced in it at Sebring in the USA in 1962, can get back behind the wheel
Tim and Fuzz head to Northumberland to rescue a 1934 Morgan F4 three-wheeler, one of the most successful lightweight cars from the early days of motoring, which has been in a shed for over 50 years
In Hampshire, Tim and Fuzz convert an accident-damaged 1995 Nissan Skyline GTR that has been kept in a shed from a sorry-looking nightmare into a street racer's dream for its owner, petrolhead Kim
Fuzz and Tim encounter a beloved 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider, a two-seater convertible that has been kept in a dusty barn in Essex since its owner's plans to restore it ground to a halt
Fuzz and Tim are in Hampshire to repair a 1982 VW Golf GTI Mk1 that has been kept in a garage since a road accident in 2001. But they have different ideas about how the finished car should look.
Fuzz and Tim try to restore a high-end car, a 1967 Lancia Flavia coupé, that has been hidden away for over 30 years in a Rochdale garage, but the rebuild culminates in a race against the clock
Tim and Fuzz head to Essex to rescue a 1974 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray that has been off the road for years. But back at the workshop, they discover it might be a bigger job than they'd anticipated.
Tim and Fuzz are off to Eastbourne in East Sussex to take on an iconic French front-wheel drive car, a 1954 Citroën Traction Avant belonging to former watchmaker and classic car lover Andrew