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There is no Next Episode of Classic Cars planned.
Wayne travels to Georgia where he uncovers the best find of his career. An ultra-rare, completely original 1921 Stutz Bearcat that has sat garaged for a staggering eighty-five years.
Wayne commissions Oakland-based, custom coachbuilder, Steve Moal, to design and fabricate a one-off hot rod. In the meantime Wayne readies the oldest existing DuPont vehicle for the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
Wayne brings a rare 1946 Volkswagen Type 11 Beetle (perhaps the first ever brought into the USA) along with the notorious BMC Technical Support Bus to auction at Greenwich. Later a birthday party for his dad leads Wayne to a cherry 1979 Super Beetle.
Wayne travels to Illinois chasing an AC Bristol and a 1956 Porsche Speedster that's been with its current owner for over fifty-five years. Later he brings a 1960 190 SL Mercedes to auction.
Wayne knows collector cars come in all shapes and sizes. From a 1972 Datsun 280Z with just 2,000 miles, to a steam powered 1900 Locomobile that's never left the state it was built in -- Wayne's casting a wide net and coming back with a killer catch.
Wayne travels to Napa, CA to evaluate a collection of cars including a 1911 Kissel Kar, a 1910 Buick Model 16, a 1914 Ford Model T Speedster and a 1915 Ford Model T C-Cab Delivery and later sells the cars at auction.
Wayne buys 1 of 6 Ford Model T House Car then jets to California where he tries to get in good with the judges at the Concours De'Lemons and watches one of his past cars sell for nearly double what he sold it for. Later Roger gets a very special bonus
There's more to be found in Wisconsin than cheese curd and football. Wayne's drawn a bead on a totally original, nearly single owner, 1961 Renault Jolly with under 7,000 miles. Wayne takes Roger for a ride in a 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.
Wayne can't wait to see his name in lights when he goes shopping at the Hershey AACA Fall Meet Flea Market for automobilia to decorate his new facility, until he falls in love with a Nash Wagon and makes the owner an offer the he can't refuse.
Wayne lets it all hang it out at the Race of Gentlemen – a weekend of vintage hot rod racing on the beaches of the Jersey Shore.
Wayne's lets his freak flag fly when he lands an exclusive opportunity to get up close and personal with a totally psychedelic 1965 Porsche 356C 1600 Cabriolet owned by none other than Kozmic Blues legend, Janis Joplin.
Two legends in the custom car world came together when Good Guys Founder, the late Gary Meadors, commissioned the late Boyd Coddington to customize his 1956 Chrysler 300B Custom hardtop.
Paul Teutel Jr. might be known for creating one-of-a-kind, over-the-top custom bikes on American Chopper, but he's been bitten by the collector car bug. After investing in a few cars he's ready to free up some cash & take his collection in a new direction.
Wayne travels to the Midwest to inspect an eclectic collection of cars including cool classics, some ornate 30's era cars and a gigantic vintage lumber truck.