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Wheeler Dealers: Series 2 [DVD]
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Mike and Edd return in the hit series from Discovery.
Host and auto veteran Mike Brewer joins forces with mechanic Edd China to rebuild retro road stars.
With a budget of £1000 and a week to complete each car, Mike and Edd use their expertise to save the classics from an uncertain fate.
First Mike hits the car auctions, sales forecourts and classifieds looking for a motor that comes within his budget and has some star quality.
Once he s made his purchase it s back to the garage where Edd gets to work on turning a rundown relic into a dream machine. Then, when the work is done, Edd hands the car back to Mike who must wheel and deal to get the best price he possibly can for the rejuvenated motor.
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They have a budget of £2000 to buy are restore and sell on for a profit.
Unfortunately, there were major disappointments with Series 1 to 4. The DVDs of these particular series are not in 16:9 format. They are in 4:3 format with a widescreen picture letterboxed inside. When I say ‘widescreen’, it is more widescreenish. The picture is not in 16:9 format, it looks more like 13:9.
I do not understand why the DVDs of Series 1 to 4 have been issued in this format. My confusion is greater when I recall that when the programmes on these DVDs are actually broadcast on Discovery they are in 16:9 format.
I had so much wanted to give each series a 5 star rating. However, due to the big let down from the aspect ratio of Series 1 to 4, I can only give them a 3 star rating. As far as Series 5 to 10 are concerned, then it’s 5 stars all the way.
They always seem to come up trumps.
I would like to see more Ford cars.