For the Love of Cars
2 Series, 14 Episodes
Ant goes to California to track the sale of the very first Shelby Cobra. There's also a 1939 Bugatti Type 57 and a 1932 Alfa Romeo on show in Manhattan.
Ant is at a New York auction where a Ferrari and an Aston Martin break sales records, achieving eight figure prices. And actor James Mason's Mercedes may also be up for sale.
Ant Anstead is in Monaco watching over the sale of a rare Ferrari Spyder, valued at a whopping £19 million. And Dutch car hunter Tonnie is on the trail of a couple of Maseratis.
A collection of six racing cars go for a test drive in the Arizona desert. And a beautiful 1929 Duesenberg goes under the hammer in Detroit.
In Scotland, car hunter Paul Darvill hopes a rusting 1967 Iso Grifo sports car will make him the envy of his colleagues. Gord Duff tries to buy a stunning 1954 Bentley Continental Fastback.
Ant Anstead is in California, to see if a Le Mans-winning Jaguar D-Type can become the most expensive British car ever sold at auction. The show also features a rare 1951 Ferrari 340.
An Austin Princess hearse previously owned by John Lennon is up for valuation, while a Porsche that once belonged to Janis Joplin is auctioned in New York.
The car hunters track down a Continental Speedster prototype, once the personal car of Edsel Ford, Henry's son. Plus - a 1938 Packard Twelve Coupe Roadster.
There's a 1955 Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing this time, and a Saleen S7 - probably the fastest road car ever produced
An Aston Martin DB4 GT worth £2.5 million is made ready for London auction, while in the South of France, two rallying classics, a Peugeot and a Renault hope to fetch a $million each.