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We Brits love our cars but, just like any relationship, sometimes things can get a little rusty. Meet master mechanic Fuzz Townshend and radio and TV presenter Tim Shaw, a petrol-head pair who undertake dramatic automobile interventions across the UK, hoping to return some much-loved motors to their former glory. With a tight deadline to turn each job around without the owners knowing, find out how these neglected classics fell in need of a little loving care – and what Fuzz and Tim can do to get them back on the road.
Tim and Fuzz meet Jeremy, who lost his wife and was unable to work after a car accident. Can they give Jeremy's Fiat Spider the makeover it desperately needs?
Tim and Fuzz embark on a rapid renovation project to surprise Dick Masters, the owner of a US Army Jeep that survived World War II only to be damaged in an arson attack.
Fuzz and Tim attempt to renovate 'Boris', a Volkswagen Beetle that may once have been a beauty but soon found itself rusting in the garage.
TV presenter Tim Shaw and master mechanic Fuzz Townshend come to the rescue of Darren's 1986 Ford Cosworth, which was neglected after a family tragedy
Fuzz and Tim encounter the Hutchings-Clarke family, who all drive Ford Anglias except James, whose own model doesn't even have an engine. Will the guys manage to restore it?
Rover-lover Steve's health issues have ended his dreams of renovating his 1972 P6. Can Tim and Fuzz beat the odds and save Steve's beloved car?
Tim and Fuzz head to Portsmouth on a mission to rescue injured former navy diver Morgan's 1976 Triumph Stag and, hopefully, put a smile back on his face
Fuzz and Tim visit Suffolk to secretly restore a charismatic but worn-out 1928 Austin 12 Tourer: 'a mobster's car' as Tim puts it
Tim and Fuzz head to Norfolk to revive an ageing Ford Zodiac. They plan to help the owner get behind the wheel of his beloved car for the first time in 20 years, but tensions soon arise.
Fuzz and Tim are off to Warwickshire to spruce up a 1970 Lotus Elan, whose ex-racing driver owner has a painful spinal injury that has prevented him from maintaining the vehicle
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