Next Episode of Car Matchmaker is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Former Seinfeld writer, talk show host and comedian, Spike Feresten, is the guy to go to when you need a new set of wheels. In Car Matchmaker, Spike finds a guy in need of a car, gets to know him, and then draws upon two decades of expertise and instinct to find three different cars perfectly suited to the buyer. At the end of each episode, a car is chosen. But will Spike agree with the buyer's choice? For that matter, will you?
Spike shows a San Diego resident who likes vintage muscle cars that powerful modern vehicles such as the Chevrolet Camaro and the Ford Mustang California Special would be better suited to his lifestyle.
Spike looks for ideas at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles to find the perfect superhero-inspired vehicle for Michael Buntyn.
When a couple can't agree on a car, they turn to Spike for help and a little marriage counseling.
Spike checks out the low rider convention to help find the perfect truck for a newly minted boss.
A vehicle is in need of more space for a web designer and his large dogs. Spikes makes a call to guest who has a unique invention that can help get the animals into the car.
A crash at a kart-racing school comes close to ruining Spike's plan to help a car show model find a vehicle for herself before her wedding.
Spike helps the owner of Umami Burger, a lifelong Jaguar fanatic, find the perfect special edition Jag. But first, for inspiration, he shows him the Holy Grail: Steve McQueen's 1956 XKSS.
Spike helps out a web designer who wants a vehicle big enough for him and his dogs.
A wealthy investor is hopeful that Spike will find a perfect vehicle for his mother.
Special guests Jerry Seinfeld, Will Forte, and Seth Meyers lend their expertise as Spike attempts to convince his little brother to buy an all-wheel-drive car in New York City.
Spike takes a new father to the Porsche design center in an attempt to find a car that will burn rubber and make his old man jealous.
Spike tries to convince a twenty-something self-made food truck entrepreneur that his late model Bentley is sending the wrong message to the world.
Spike helps an L.A. DJ ditch his beat-up sedan for something women aren't embarrassed to be seen in.
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