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on 17 June 2014
Saving Private Ryan, Gone With The Wind, Titanic - all pale into insignificance when compared with this. The plot, one cheeky, short geezer haggles and buys a car. One clever, very tall bloke fixes them. They then sell the car.
Utter, utter brilliance - I've learnt how to change a coilover spring, diagnose a cracked cylinder and repair a cracked fibreglass nose cone.
Tom Hanks, Vivian Leigh and Kate bloody Winslett can't.
on 5 March 2014
Wheeler Dealer is a program that is geared for us Petrol Heads. Mike Brewer is an experienced car sales guy, and shows you a trick or two on how to buy and sell your used car. Ed China in real life is a mechanical engineer who owns a garage; Mr China over several episodes teaches you how to do a lot of mechanical work on your car, some repairs are simple, some require a lot of tools and time, but at least you get an understanding of what is involved to repair several common car problems. Ed China sometimes even gives a repair estimate, but it’s only valid for people in the UK though.
I’ve learned to do some repair work watching the series. But most of all, I enjoy watching these guys do their wheeler dealer stuff.