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Bangers & Cash follows the Mathewsons - a dynasty of classic car auctioneers from picturesque North Yorkshire. The charismatic and friendly family hunt for rare vehicles to sell and they uncover some remarkable and heartwarming stories behind the cars as they do.
A trio of rare and beautiful Alvises get the auction buyers going when they come under the hammer; a Chevy Corvette which started its journey in Saudi Arabia makes its way to Thornton le Dale for the sale; and an apprentice mechanic, who worked at the garage 70 years ago, makes a nostalgic return trip.
Dave sets out to collect a fast Ford from the 80s and has a nasty surprise when he opens the bonnet; there's much love for a scooter with Italian flair and German engineering; an Austin Heavy 12 nearly a century old sets off a bidding war at the auction; and 11-year-old Charlie road-tests a Raleigh Chopper for the 70s - it's brutal.
Derek has to corral the whole Mathewson clan to help him drag a mini pickup out of the barn where it's been for 20 years; a statesman-like Rover P5 glides into the saleroom; and a lovely 350cc Douglas Mark V motorbike from 1950 (in polychromatic blue) goes under the hammer.
Four VW camper vans pitch up at the auction house looking for a new home. Sarah chooses her hippy van of choice on the basis of its hair dryer capabilities.
When his father insists he sets off on a long journey to pick up a very rare ‘80s Reliant Scimitar convertible, Paul has his doubts. When he returns with a different car, which he describes as a "tatty old thing that needs a lot of work", it causes heated family discussions.
Derek picks up an Austin 16 that "goes like stink and has some unusual modern modifications". But it's a 1940s car that divides opinion, and he takes the grandkids for a day out to the Yorkshire coast, with a couple of car-related stop offs en route.
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