Find It, Fix It, Drive It
In this episode, Simon accidently puts his foot through a drum, while Henry decides he's a silver surfer. They also uncover a gramophone and a stow-away bed to restyle.
In north Wales, Henry finds an antique cannon in antique dealers Sue and Josh's storage shed. Simon finds a croquet set in need of restoration.
The boys meet Sue, in Tiverton in Devon. They find a moped that brings back memories, and fight over a petrol gauge that Simon wants to upcycle into a clock.
In Wales, the boys meet Sue, who's clearing out her late husband's antique shop stock. Henry finds a pedal car and Simon takes a toy yacht, but restoring it is more than he bargained for.
Simon O'Brien and Max McMurdo head to Worcestershire to meet retired haulier Jim. Max wants to transform some old air tanks into a sports car, and Simon turns some old barrels into a trendy bar bench.
In Devon, the boys meet Derek and Daphne who have decades' worth of collecting in their barns. For the first time in a shed search, Henry finds a very rare tractor. Simon finds a Raleigh shopper bike.
Simon O'Brien and Max McMurdo are in Herefordshire to meet George who's been collecting for over 70 years. Max finds a crate of vintage motor oil bottles that he thinks could be worth a small fortune.
The boys are in Windsor to meet Roy whose garages are full of bikes, but Henry picks the one that doesn't work to take away. Simon converts some 17th-century wooden beams into a pair of bedside lamps.
The boys visit Wokingham in Berkshire to meet professional gardener Mark whose barns are brimful of bikes, bric-a-brac and baggage
Simon O'Brien and Max McMurdo head to Surrey to meet up-cycler Rob who has a range of sheds a few miles from Gatwick Airport
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien head to Worcestershire to meet mechanic Adrian, and Simon restores a wrecked armchair into some punk rock furniture
Henry and Simon head to Tiverton in the West Country to meet petrolhead Roger. Henry finds part of a tornado jet that he wants to turn into a table, while Simon finds a pair of exhaust pipes.
Simon O'Brien and Henry Cole head to Witney in Oxfordshire. Henry comes across a tractor which hasn't run for quite a few years - but it's no problem for restorer Alan, the mechanical medic.
Henry and Simon visit Herefordshire to meet former farmer Julian. Henry finds an old cattle feeder that he wants to turn into a bench, and Simon plans to turn a vintage seed drill into a dining table.
Simon O'Brien and Max McMurdo head to leafy Woking where their finds include a sidecar to be transformed into a boat and a water cylinder that Simon thinks could be a trendy lamp
Henry and Simon visit Maidenhead to meet Val Lindsay whose family have raced cars for three generations. Simon falls in love with a carpenter's chest and Henry takes away a miniature Tether car.
Simon O'Brien and Max McMurdo head to Crewe to meet rock & roller Billy who lives in a house that is frozen in time in the 1950s
The boys visit Windsor to meet Pete and Phil who rent out vintage and modern cars to the film and TV business. Henry finds an Austrian moped which is missing just one key item... an engine.
In Wales, Henry converts a Royal Enfield into a classic café racer, and Simon gets a 1980s pinball machine back to its best
In Redditch, Henry restores a 1970s Kawasaki motorbike, while Simon creates a desirable garden bench from a pair of rusty cinema seat supports
Henry makes a pair of coffee tables from a cable drum and a galvanised water tank. Simon rescues a winged back chair and upholsters it with his own designer fabric.
Henry makes good money restoring an antique pine sideboard, but has less success with a pair of brass jugs. Simon makes an eye watering profit from restoring an optician's desk.
The boys visit Swindon and Chippenham. Henry finds and restores a much maligned BSA Ariel 3 moped and Simon gives a Ford Transit gearbox a new lease of life.
In Herefordshire and Worcestershire, Henry makes a table from the base of a broken agricultural grain mill while Simon creates a garden seat from an old mangle
Simon restores an enamel roll top bath and builds a kids' den out of old doors. Henry makes a wall mounted safe from a jerry can and lovingly restores a cheese making trough.
The boys visit Hay on Wye and Bedford. Henry lovingly restores a bespoke workbench and Simon ponders the possibilities of some discarded planks of wood.
Simon restores a spotlight that he believes may be from a German U-boat, while Henry gets creative with an aircraft jump seat
Henry and Simon are on the Wirral. Simon has a crazy plan to turn a chain into a standard lamp. Henry picks up a 1963 Ford Anglia and gets it back to its best.
The boys visit a military vehicle enthusiast, where Henry mirror polishes a decommissioned missile and Simon repurposes a tank turret
In Whitby and Shipley in Yorkshire, Henry builds a steampunk lamp from a copper pipe, and Simon brings a dated Welsh dresser up to the present day
The boys rummage through the hangar of a Vulcan bomber. Henry restores a cockpit seat and Simon attempts to turn part of a jet engine into a coffee table.
In Lowestoft, Henry picks a valuable Lyons Tea enamel sign while Simon converts a station trolley into a garden sofa
Simon builds a kitchen table from rafters and gives a 1970s campervan a new lease of life. Henry hankers after an American tractor and Royal Enfield motorbike and sidecar.
Henry and Simon visit a Yorkshire textile mill. Simon repurposes a mill trolley into a glass top coffee table while Henry struggles to repair a Soviet-era motorbike.
The boys visit North Yorkshire and the Midlands. Henry restores a petrol pump and turns a hub cap into a clock, while Simon repurposes a copper immersion heater into a wash basin.
The boys head to Nantwich and Stoke-on-Trent. Henry tarts up a 1960 moped that was once favoured by model Twiggy. Simon restores an early Mirror dinghy.
Henry refurbishes a classic Ford Mustang and a neon garage sign, while Simon restores a classic Chopper bicycle and turns a bass guitar into a chair
Henry and Simon visit Surrey and Middlesex, where Henry restores a pair of racing go-karts and Simon repurposes an old butcher's block into a coffee table
On the south coast, Henry gets to work on an aircraft fuel tank while Simon gets obsessed with an iconic 1960s speedboat
Simon repurposes a 1950s hairdryer and an old school desk, and Henry restores a child's motorbike
In Essex, Henry restores a car trailer and a 1970s racing bike, and Simon turns his attentions to lovingly restoring a vintage model aircraft
Henry restores two quad bikes and a sun lounger, while Simon rescues a canoe and turns an oak beam into a spice rack
Henry and Simon visit a Norman castle, restore a Fiat 500 and build a table from part of Southend Pier
In the Midlands, Henry's rather taken with a throne from an exotic nightclub. Simon's restoration of a Victorian doll's house doesn't go to plan.
Near the Malvern Hills, Henry converts two saddles into bar stools, while Simon makes a profit on a 1960s kitchen cupboard
In Leeds and Preston, Henry makes an international set of clocks out of dashboard time pieces, while Simon builds an eccentric chandelier from car headlights
In Cheshire and the Wirral, Henry and Simon restore a 1920s dance hall lighting system, an antique butter churn, a huge theatre light and an old enamel advertising sign
Henry and Simon realise profit potential in some church organ pipes and old leather sports car seats
Max restores a pair of iconic designer chairs, while Henry turns a decrepit garden table into a colourful and valuable new one
Henry and Simon visit a private railway. Simon converts a lantern to a stylish table, while Henry turns a fire extinguisher into a steampunk lamp.
Henry finds a treat for restorer Guy, and Simon creates stunning table lamps from old theatre lights
In Newark, Simon finds an antique European threshing board, which he turns into a coffee table, and Henry's all at sea with a ship's porthole
Max and Henry visit a motorbike fan. Henry makes table lamps from motorbike engines, while Max turns a pallet and iron wheels into a stylish modern coffee table.
Henry and Simon realise profit potential in an old crop sprayer, a cast iron fire guard and old wooden workshop clamps
Henry and Simon visit Sir Benjamin Slade as they search for more upcycling prospects. Simon converts a picture frame into a flat screen TV surround. Henry turns a quick profit on a tractor.
At the fairground, Henry and Simon pick up a bicycle made for two, a ship's search lamp and a lambing chair
Henry and Max restore and upcycle 2CV headlamps, a child's rocking horse, a Victorian streetlamp and a high chair
The restorations in this episode include an old cheese press. And a 1980s motorbike almost gets the better of Henry and Guy.
Max upcycles a brass propeller into a stylish table lamp, while Henry goes all Victorian with an old pond yacht
In Wales, Henry and Simon restore a dentist's table and a barber's chair and make a coffee table out of parquet flooring
Henry and Simon turn an old, unloved filing cabinet into a valuable and desirable storage unit and convert a Bakelite voltmeter into a retro Bluetooth speaker
Simon finds some night vision goggles and an antique snooker table that's seen better days, while Henry chooses an enormous US army truck as one of his picks
Henry and Simon visit Northamptonshire and Coventry. Henry discovers a very rare limited edition Goldwing motorbike with only 65 miles on the clock.
Henry and new presenter Max McMurdo visit Wales, where their picks include an oil dispenser, a chaise longue and a catamaran
Henry calls in a safe-cracker to bring a safe back from the scrapheap, and a ship's wheel is left in splinters when Henry falls out with restorer Guy
In the Cotswolds, Henry and Simon compete to see who can create the most profit on two old lamps, and take a spin in a Devonshire fire engine
Simon converts tank parts into garden furniture while Henry takes his life in his hands with a motorised skateboard
This episode features a pair of battlefield telephones and some Gothic church windows
Simon takes Henry to a stately home in Somerset, where he thinks he's unearthed a bona fide Tudor relic
In York, Henry struggles to squeeze into some motorcycle leathers and Simon gets into deep water when he tries to restore an aluminium boat
Simon leads Henry to a barn that contains an amazing collection of replica Rolls-Royce cars, and Henry tries his hand at driving a tractor
Henry monkeys around with a monkey bike while Simon uses all his skills to restore an old racing bike
Henry and Simon are in stitches over some serious sewing machines in Kent
In this episode the experts celebrate Henry's birthday with some serious finds in Wensleydale, Yorkshire
In the Cotswolds and Somerset, Henry and Simon's finds include a set of milk churns and an old munitions shell
Henry gives Simon a motorcycling masterclass in Wiltshire
Simon recycles some historic oak while Henry comes unstuck with an old Ford Escort
An old bureau gets a makeover on the road in Yorkshire
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien turn unwanted possessions into hard cash for their owners. Some stained glass and a Victorian hay rack are among this episode's finds.
The series that sets out to restore and make a profit from unwanted items. Simon re-purposes some old suitcases while Henry gives an old dresser some serious bling.
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien travel Britain to find, fix and flog unwanted possessions for their owners. A butter churn, slot machine and a set of print trays are today's finds.
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien are in East Sussex to turn unwanted possessions into hard cash for their owners. In this episode, the boys come across some Victorian street lamps.
Britain's homes are stacked with unwanted possessions. Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien turn them into hard cash. This episode's items include a clay pigeon trap, search light and Peugeot 205.
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien are here to turn unwanted possessions into hard cash. In this episode, finds include some baby scales, an oil can and a glass cabinet ready for upscaling.
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien are here to turn unwanted possessions into hard cash for their owners. A water trough and a cartwheel are among the items ripe for reclamation in this episode.
In this episode Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien visit the West Midlands and London, with finds including a potato oven and an old petrol pump
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien travel Britain seeking items to fix up and flog. In this episode the boys are in East Sussex and Hertfordshire, with finds including a Victorian egg incubator.
Henry and Simon unearth a church pew, create a fish tank from scrap and uncover a very special petrol tank