For the Love of Cars
2 Series, 14 Episodes
Tim and Fuzz jump into Tim's 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback for a road trip around Britain to revisit some of their favourite cars from series one to four
Fuzz and Tim head for Eastbourne, aiming to secretly restore farmer Keith's 1962 Mini Cooper S, which has been rotting in a shed for decades. Can they transform it into a Monte Carlo-winning replica?
Tim and Fuzz go to south Wales to rescue a rusty Vauxhall Astra GTE that belongs to ex-boy racer Huw but has been off the road for over 20 years. Can they bring the car roaring back to its glory days?
In the West Midlands, the boys return a much-loved BMW 2002 Turbo to its former glory. Built in 1974, it has belonged to 79-year-old 'boy racer' Ray for over 30 years but is now rusting on his drive.
Tim and Fuzz head to Cambridge to transform a cherished 1991 Range Rover Vogue SE, a dependable and durable four-wheel drive that has seen better times and is now tired, rusty and in need of some TLC
The boys are in Plymouth to rescue a 25-year-old example of the world's bestselling two-seater sports car: the Mazda MX5. Tim wants to try some modifications but will Fuzz let him get away with it?
Tim and Fuzz take on a 1934 Singer Le Mans two-seater sports car that had its last outing with a starring role at a wedding in 1998 and has been stored in a dusty barn in Cambridgeshire ever since
Tim and Fuzz head to Croydon to save a 1964 Volvo P1800s, which is synonymous with cult 60s TV series The Saint starring Roger Moore, but after 30 years in a garage it's little more than a rusty shell
Tim and Fuzz are in West Sussex to rescue an iconic 1970s motor, a mighty Datsun 240z, which has been languishing in the garage of a retired GP for years while he put his work in the community first
Tim and Fuzz visit Leeds to restore a rare AC Aceca, a beautiful but little-known British sports car that has been kept and loved by its owner since the early 1970s but is now rotting away in a garage