Episode 6 - Season 501:52
Episode 7 - Season 501:19
R5 GT Turbo 100:43
R5 GT Turbo 202:56
ASTON MARTIN DB600:36
Fixing a Little Black Corvette Stingray01:48
Episode 9 - Season 402:17
The James Bond cars
Mercedes 300 SL
Sir Roger Moore02:41
Citroen traction avant01:47
Tim and Fuzz take on the restoration of a lightweight British pocket rocket , a 1997 Lotus Elise. The car's owner, 44 year old former print manager Sarah, had been planning to get the car back on the road with the help of her dad Phil until double tragedy struck - he fell victim to incurable bowel cancer then sadly Sarah herself was also diagnosed with cancer. The car's restoration was put on hold. Mother Jenny wrote in to Car SOS hoping to bring back her daughter's much needed smile.
Tim and Fuzz have taken on a 1972 Peugeot 504 cabriolet - a rare French grand tourer that is considered by many to be the most beautifully designed car that Peugeot ever produced. The car belongs to former NHS dentist Barry who bought it back in the 1980s . He had planned to restore his much loved motor back to its former glory but when family issues and ill health got in the way his Peugeot dream came to an end. His family put in a call to Car SOS hoping that Tim and Fuzz could help say a big thank you to this pillar of the local community.
Tim and Fuzz take on 63 year old Kel's 1962 Triumph TR4. Kel bought his beloved British roadster back in the 1970s and it became the car of his youth, he simply couldn't be parted from it - even when it finally gave up the ghost and ended up in storage - it was never far from his thoughts. His planned restoration sadly ground to a halt when a series of family tragedies and a brutal stroke that robbed him of most of his vision - meant that any plans to get his car back on the road were dashed. Tim and Fuzz steal the car away but quickly realise that they've taken on one of the biggest jobs in Car SOS history.
Tim and Fuzz travel to Northern Ireland to take on a 1972 Generation 1 Toyota Celica a rare Japanese coupe that has seen better days. The car's owner is 50 year old Celica obsessive Noel who bought the car with a plan to restore it and use it as his daily driver. However Noel's whole life took a turn for the worse when he suffered a series of spinal injuries that lost him his job, his home and put his dream car restoration on hold for good.
Ford Model A+
Tim and Fuzz have travelled to Milton Keynes to try and rescue Craig's 1930 Ford Model A, an historic car with an impressive pedigree. The car's owner is 58 year old former electrician Craig a dyed in the wool classic car lover. He's had his Model A for over 30 years, however after a tragic motor cycle accident any plans for restoration evaporated when his whole world was turned upside down. Once the car hits the Car SOS workshop its wooden coachwork and 90 year old parts prove a big challenge for the team.
Talbot Sunbeam Lotus+
Tim and Fuzz are off to Forfar in Scotland to rescue the rusting wreck of a rare Talbot Sunbeam Lotus. The car was the pride and joy of former firefighter, and lifelong rally enthusiast, Jim who had planned to restore it, however a back injury not only forced him to give up his job but also any plans to get his car back on the road. Once the boys get the car back in the workshop they discover they have something very special on their hands as the Talbot turns out to be an ultra-rare factory proto type.
VW T4 Campervan+
Tim and Fuzz are off to Kent to try and salvage a 1991 VW T4 Campervan. The vehicle belongs to 42 year old carpenter Jon who bought his mobile home several year ago with the dream of taking his wife travelling around the world. Sadly before Jon's dream came true he was diagnosed with brain cancer, his whole world ground to a halt and his plans to restore and drive his beloved van had to go on hold. Will the Car SOS team be able to help resurrect Jon's dream?
Tim and Fuzz are off to Derbyshire to rescue a 48 year old Italian supercar: a 1971 Lamborghini Espada. This remarkable car belongs to lifelong petrol head Ged who bought the car in 1977 for $4000 however when it eventually broke down Ged's aim of one day restoring it to its former glory ground to a halt when serious health issues got in the way. Will the boys from Car SOS be able to make Ged's dream come true?
Ford Escort Mk1 Mexico+
Tim and Fuzz travel to Jersey in the Channel Islands to take on a 1972 Ford Escort Mexico. Owner Gary has been recovering from a horrific spell of ill health, having been struck down with both blood cancer and tuberculosis, and his family hope that his restored classic will give him a new lease of life. Once the boys get the car back to the workshop they quickly realise that not one single part of the car is salvageable.
Tim and Fuzz travel to Manchester to secretly steal away Stephen's 1983 Citroen 2CV, a quirky French economy car that was once the pride and joy of owner Stephen. When the boys arrive to steal the car away they discover that it has been stripped down to its component parts and looks more like a jigsaw than a car. Owner Stephen has been suffering from stage 4 throat cancer and his family hope that getting his 2CV back on the road will help give him a new lease of life.
Lancia Delta Integrale+
Tim and Fuzz pick up Italian car nut Gary's 1994 Lancia Integrale Evo II. It's a World rally champ that is so rusty that the boys are pushed to their limits. However when tragedy strikes the entire restoration takes on a very different meaning.
VW Karmann Ghia+
Car SOS is back for a sixth series with parts blagging petrolhead Tim Shaw and master mechanic Fuzz Townshend breathing life into classic cars for unsuspecting owners. This series yet another array of iconic cars including a 1990s Lancia Delta Integrale, a 60s Citroen DS, an 80s Peugeot 205 Rally car and a 1950s MGA. Special guests this series include actor James Nesbitt and Monte Carlo legend Paddy Hopkirk.
Tim and Fuzz take on the worst car they have ever encountered a 1959 MGA Roadster that has been sitting in a damp barn for over 40 years. The car belongs to former engineer Billy whose life was turned upside down in 2014 when his son and daughter in law were drowned on their honeymoon in South Africa. The boys enlist the help of 'Lucky Man' actor James Nesbitt as a special guest.
Peugeot 205 GTI+
Tim and Fuzz take on their first ever rally car , an 1989 Peugeot 205GTi that turns out to not be all that it purports to be. The car belongs to veterinary surgeon Jeremy a once keen amateur rally driver whose racing ambitions were curtailed when his wife developed brain cancer. Former Monte Carlo winner and race legend Paddy Hopkirk joins the team to give Jeremy a day to remember.
"Tim and Fuzz take a trip to Northern France to collect 94 year old wartime hero Roger's 1968 Citroen DS , a car he has owned since new . Known as the most beautiful car ever made the iconic DS was once a real head turner, however after decades in a barn Roger's car is long past it's sell by date. Tim and Fuzz struggle with the cars radical design features and once again race against time to reveal this very special car back to its unsuspecting owner."
Tim and Fuzz pick up Andrew's 1971 Triumph GT6 a classic British two seater sports car. This sleek coupe with its powerful straight six two litre engine was Triumph answer to its rivals MGB GT and is now a desirable classic. However, with petrol head Andrew struggling with the effects of Marfan's syndrome restoring his own car is now impossible. The Car SOS team step in to try and save the day.
Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser+
Tim and Fuzz have picked up Adam's 1984 Toyota FJ40 Land Crusier, a famous Japanese off-roader. This powerful car set the standard for 4x4 vehicles taking on the competition with its 4 litre, straight 6 engine. Its owner bought the car and used it as his daily driver but when engine problems took the car off the road Adam was unable to repair it after developing a potentially life limiting disorder. Now the Car SOS boys have stepped in to get Adam's dream car back on the road and put a smile back on his face.
Tim and Fuzz have picked up a 1999 Subaru Impreza, a Japanese boy racer car that won titles on the rally tracks and the hearts of many adoring fans. Its two litre, boxer engine set it apart from its rivals. The car’s owner Matt has loved Imprezas since he was a boy and bought his dream car 10 years ago as a restoration project but since developing a degenerative back condition which makes physical work almost impossible , his restoration ground to a halt. With Matt in constant pain and forced to give up his job as a carpenter his prized Subaru was put into a garage where it has sat, untouched, for the last few years. Now, Matt’s family have contacted...
Tim and Fuzz have taken on their smallest ever car and one of their biggest jobs, a 1958 Messerschmitt KR200 bubble car. The car's owner is 23 year old graphic designer Sam, he bought the car with his dad as a joint restoration project but when Sam was struck with a serious heart condition their plans were scuppered. Now, with Sam is still dealing with the consequences of his heart problems the Car SOS boys have stepped in to save this tiny Messerschmitt bubble car and help put a smile back on its owners face.
Ford Capri MK 1+
Tim and Fuzz have taken on the task of restoring a 1974 Mk1 Ford Capri. Its owner, 53 year old Helen, is a lifelong petrol head who bought her dream car nearly 8 years ago with the plan to strip it down and do full nut and bolt rebuild. However after a terrible accident Helen was left with heart problems and in constant pain from severe rheumatoid arthritis the restoration of her Capri was put on hold. Daughter Rebecca and son Rob called Car SOS help put their mother's car back on the road and the gleam back in her eye.
Car lover Chris has had his beloved, Ferrari engined, 1971 Fiat Dino coupe for nearly 25 years. The former engine mechanic had to put the restoration on hold when he was diagnosed with a rare type of cancer. Now it's up to Tim and Fuzz to get this rusting Dino back to its best. Tim takes a drive in one of the most beautiful cars in the world and Fuzz gets his hands on a Ferrari racing engine for the very first time.
Jaguar Mk. 2+
"Petrol head Tony's Jaguar Mk2 has been in his family for over 40 years. Due to complications following a stomach operations he's not been able to restore the car himself and it's sat neglected in the garage for nearly two decades. With Fuzz battling to start the Jags engine and Tim having to get his hand dirty making parts it will be a race against time to get this British classic finished on time."
Making motoring dreams come true for a fifth season Car SOS is back, and this time it's bigger and better than ever . Everyone's favourite petrol heads Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw continue their mission to seek out classic cars with deserving owners. Using all their guile and restoration knowledge their aim is to sneak away clapped out classics without their owners knowing then in a blizzard of grease and grime and hard graft get the much loved motors back where they deserve to be, on the road .In this series the boys take on their biggest challenges ever. Chronic rust, hard to find parts and broken engines test the boys to their limits. British...
Aston Martin DB6+
Oil worker Steve has owned his Aston Martin DB6 for over 20 years. After buying it for a bargain price the car became his pride and joy but when it broke down his attempts to repair the Aston failed. Since then a serious fall and chronic health problems have taken their toll and restoring the British classic is now out of his reach. While Fuzz struggles with an engine that hasn't turned over in 20 years Tim will have to do his best to get all the right Aston parts which are notoriously expensive.
Renault 5 GT Turbo+
Tim and Fuzz have taken on a legendary 1980s French hot hatch, the mighty Renault 5 GT Turbo. The car's owner, Ben, was part way through a full restoration when he was struck down with serious organ failure meaning his beloved GT ended up an unfinished project. Can Tim and Fuzz get his dream car back on the road?
Tim and Fuzz take on an Italian icon : a 1967 Fiat 500 , their smallest car but one of their biggest challenges. A series of family tragedies meant the car's owner Duncan could not bring himself to restore the car and that's where the Car SOS boys come in.
Everyone's favourite petrolheads Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw continue their mission to seek out classic cars with deserving owners.
Tim and Fuzz have got their hands on a legendary British sports car that is an amateur racers dream: a Caterham 7. The car belongs to devoted husband and father Jason who often took his Caterham on track days to fulfil his need for speed but when his wife was diagnosed with cancer his priorities changed. Caring for his wife and three children took up all of his time and his beloved two seater track car was left alone in a garage. Jason's wife wanted Car SOS to help her say a big thank you for helping save her life by getting her hubbies nippy Caterham 7 back on the track.
Austin Tilly Truck+
Tim and Fuzz have taken on one of the great unsung heroes of World War 2 : a 1941 Austin 10 Utility truck , the workhorse of the British army. It belongs to 89 year old, former soldier Ted who has used the truck on his farm for over 60 years. Remarkably, for a farm vehicle, the truck has remained in an extraordinary state of preservation and Fuzz wants to keep it that way: it's a case of conservation over restoration, but will Tim agree?
Tim and Fuzz have picked up a Japanese sports car with an unusual rotary engine: a 1992 Mazda RX7. The car's owner is charity worker who imported his beloved Mazda from Japan.
Today Tim and Fuzz are off to Leeds to take on one of the most beautiful British sports cars that no one has ever heard of: the AC Aceca. Most people are aware of the AC Cobra, but not many know about its predecessor the incredibly rare and extremely valuable Aceca. Today's car has been kept and loved by its owner Monet since the early 70s, however years of suffering ill health has meant his beloved car has ended up rotting away in his garage. Monet's son Richard wrote in to Car SOS in the hope that the team could give a new lease of life to his Dad by stealing the car away and surprising him with a fully restored motor. The boys oblige and set...
Today Tim and Fuzz are off to West Sussex to rescue an iconic 1970s motor - the first truly successful Japanese car export - the mighty Datsun 240z. Retired GP Paul has owned and loved his car since it was virtually new however when the car started needing too much work it ended up in Paul's garage rotting away while he put his work in the community first . Paul's family wrote in to Car SOS in the hope Tim and Fuzz would be able to repay their Dad for the years of help he has brought to others by fully restoring his beloved car. However what at first looks like a bit of a breeze for the boys turns into a right old rust storm. Will they get the...
Today Tim and Fuzz are off to Croydon South London to rescue a star car that has been wallowing in its own garage for over 30 years. The owner Peter is a serial petrolhead who has been fixing up motors for friends and family for most of his life, putting his own 60s classic on the back burner. The car is a 1964 Volvo P1800s, one of the most stylish cars to come off any production line ever , it was also the car synonymous with the cult 60s TV series 'The Saint' . When it's owner Peter was struck down with a major stroke last year his plans to get his beloved P1800 back on the road became a distant dream, and that is when his family put out the...
Singer Le Mans+
Tim and Fuzz take on a 1934 Singer Le Mans 2 seater sports car owned by a 70 year old farmer who is unfortunately suffering from dementia. The cars last outing was over 17 years ago when it had a starring role in a glorious wedding. The boys have to retrieve the car from under the nose of the owner but once they have the it safely back at the workshop Fuzz and Tim discover the engine is in a very poor state and find they may even have to replace it altogether. In desperation Fuzz takes the engine to his expert engine repair pal who is only cautiously optimistic. Meanwhile Tim concentrates on wheels; getting the rusty road ones shiny & green again...
Tim and Fuzz are off to Plymouth to rescue a 25 year old example of the World's bestselling sports car: the Mazda MX5. The particular tired old motor the boys are going to steal away is not quite as sporty as it used to be though , in fact it's been off the road for some time. It is the property of ex ambulance driver Paul, who has loved fast cars all his life. When Paul fell victim to a life threatening blood clotting condition in 2014 his plans to restore his beloved car had to be put on hold. His family are hoping that now Paul is , at last , on the road to recovery a surprise reveal of his fully restored MX5 will bring a much needed smile...
Range Rover Vogue SE+
Tim & Fuzz head to Cambridge to rescue a big cuddly and cherished Range Rover. The Range Rover represented a huge change of gear for Land rover in 1970 when it was introduced. A big, comfortable car that was as smooth as a big saloon but could easily keep up with a Land Rover across a muddy field. The later 1991 Range Rover Vogue that Tim & Fuzz collect symbolized freedom and happy days for Margaret, her husband and their family. Used to tow their caravan all over the UK, this 4 wheel drive was always dependable that durable. Now a sad reminder of better times, the car is in desperate need of some TLC; Enter CarSOS. Fuzz stresses when he realizes...
BMW 2002 Turbo+
In the late 1960s BMW were looking to break into the US market and the sports saloon they created to make the right waves was the 2002, a 2 litre, 100bhp tourer, it instantly became a successful race car with Hans Stuck winning the Nurburgring 24-hour race in 1970. As a result the 2002 arrived in the states in 1967 to instant success and rapid and highly profitable sales. BMW didn't rest on its laurels, in 1973 they started producing a fuel injected turbo version of the 2002 : the tii. Launched at the 1973 Frankfurt Motor Show it was BMW's, and Europe's, first turbocharged production car, it produced 170 bhp and had a top speed of 115mph and where...
Vauxhall Astra GTE+
General Motors was a late entrant to the hot hatch market waiting until 1983 - but when it did turn up to the party, it did so with an amazingly effective weapon. The original Cavalier SRi-powered 115bhp car was just about perfect in every way - and easily a match for the all-conquering Golf GTI. Even in basic entry level form, the Astra was a great handling car, but when fitted with wide, low-profile tyres, lowered suspension and gifted the excellent 1.8-litre 'Family Two' engine, it was transformed into a flying machine. The GTE arrived in 1983, and within a few months received a close-ratio gearbox - to answer the only criticism of the launch...
Tim and Fuzz head to the South coast and Eastbourne on a quest to secretly restore a 1962 Mini Cooper S. This particular model is the property of farmer Keith who has raced and rallied cars for most of his life, until he was struck down with serious heart problems. Although his racing days are now over Keith can't let go of his beloved Mini Cooper, even though it's rotting away in a shed. Once the boys steal the car away and get it back to the workshop they soon discover this is no ordinary car, but in fact has a full racing engine, albeit catastrophically seized. The decision to not just restore Keith's car but transform it into a Monte Carlo...
Tim And Fuzz's Greatest Hits+
In this special episode the boys jump into Tim's very own 1965 Mustang fastback for a road trip around Britain revisiting a few of their favourite cars from across the last four series and finding out how life has changed for their lucky owners. On route they stop off at some top petrolhead pitstops, and we get to see unseen footage and outtakes from across the series , including a full length chat with Sir Roger Moore.
Mick, who is suffering from osteoporosis, has a much loved Jaguar E-type in his garage. He is too ill to be able to finish the restoration of his car.
Barry has dreamed of restoring his 1984 Audi UR Quattro, but health issues have left him sapped of energy, so Tim and Fuzz step in to help out.
Stirling Moss Sprite Special+
Tim & Fuzz fix up a historic racing car so that Sir Stirling Moss can get back behind the wheel and the car can be enjoyed by motor racing fans.
Tim and Fuzz head to Northumberland to rescue a real barn find, an eccentric 1934 Morgan Three wheeler that has sat in a shed for over 50 years.
Kim is a dyed-in-the-wool petrol head, along with her husband Mark. Tragedy strikes whilst resorting their dream car - a 1995 Nissan Skyline GTR.
Alfa Romeo Renaissance+
The 1963 Alfa Romeo has been the project of owner Paul for 40 years. He got half way there before a disease private him to finish restoring it.
Tim’s Golf GTi Obsession+
Tim and Fuzz are in south Hampshire to steal away a Golf that's distinctly below par. A 1982 Mk1 GTI that belongs to trainee building surveyor James.
A high-end car has sat rotting away for over thirty years. The rebuild culminates in a race against the clock to get the car back to its owner.
Little Black Corvette+
Peter suffering from an increasingly debilitating arthritic condition have resulted in a Corvette Stingray being indefinitely parked up.
Vive La Citroen+
Andrew's family are desperate for Car SOS to rescue this much loved motor and get Andrew behind the wheel before it's too late .
In this episode, Tim and Fuzz travel to Lincoln to answer a real SOS call.
Tim and Fuzz are off to Cheshire to answer a real SOS call. A 1938 MGTA has been a lifelong project for owner and car enthusiast Derek.
A Porsche Puzzle+
Tim and Fuzz face a race against time to restore a 1980s Porsche 911 which is suffering from almost terminal rust.
The Herald Angels+
Tim and Fuzz head to Cornwall to attempt to save a poorly Triumph Herald which has been left standing in a garage for five years.
Land Rover Legend+
Tim and Fuzz travel the country searching for cars that have seen better days, and owners who need a helping hand restoring them.
Start The Dart+
Tim and Fuzz travel the country searching for cars that have seen better days, and owners who need a helping hand restoring them.
Morris Traveller Mayday+
Tim and Fuzz head to Leighton Buzzard to help Richard and Tracy finish restoring a 1968 Morris Traveller for their son's 17th birthday present.
Tim and Fuzz set sail to Denmark for their first international rescue. The car they are off to salvage is a 1968 Volvo Amazon
Escort Rs In Distress+
Tim and Fuzz travel the country searching for cars that have seen better days, and owners who need a helping hand restoring them.
Episode 1 (Pan-Regional)+
In the first of a two part Car SOS special Tim and Fuzz attempt to restore a Series 2 Land Rover in 7 days. Shot in front of a live studio audience at the British Motor Museum Car SOS goes into the unknown, not only giving themselves an almost impossible restoration schedule but inviting special guest Ross Kemp to join in the mechanical mayhem. In this episode, the clock starts on the record breaking restoration of a 1959 series 2 Land Rover.
Episode 2 (Pan-Regional)+
Tim and Fuzz race to restore a 1959 Land Rover in just 7 days in the final studio special, celebrating 7 years of Car SOS. Shot in front of a live studio audience at the British Motor Museum, will the car be ready for 80-year-old Brian, after falling into disrepair when he succumbed to bowel cancer? Legendary musician and petrolhead Rick Wakeman drops in to drive his dream car and join an extremely tense live reveal.
Tim and Fuzz are drafted in to totally rebuild a beloved Jeep and repair an old mans heart after both were callously broken in an arson attack. The 4 wheel drive war horse was so frazzled by the fire that a huge amount of new parts have to be sourced but Tim valiantly campaigns to keep the history in the Jeeps scarred panels intact. Its a constant battle and the boys are put under more pressure when they find out that Dick, the Jeeps owner, is very, very fussy about all the details being just right. In an epic final scene that Spielberg would have been proud of the Jeep throws one last spanner in the work. When Dick finally sees his car he cant...
The Fiat Fiasco+
Wracked with guilt about the car crash in which her boyfriend, Jeremy broke his back, Debs calls in Tim and Fuzz to give her beau a break from his terrible luck. The Car SOS team takes on renovating his forlorn Fiat 850 Spider, but it being one of the rarest cars in the UK spares are all but impossible to find. Its another tough project, apart from the usual rotten bodywork the car needs all of its chrome parts replaced. Its a challenge to which Tim rises manfully taking on a trip to a stunning corner of Italy and a meet up with the grand daddy of 850 clubs. Once the car is finished the boys entice Jeremy to a luxury hotel and present him with...
The CAR SOS crew travel to darkest Bournemouth to discover a severe case of Anglia obsession. The Hutchins-Clarke family only have eyes for one car, each of them owning at least one Ford Anglia. All except poor James. Having been stripped of spares by his parts hungry relations Tim & Fuzz swoop in and rescue James sorry Anglia, but can they save it? The next 3 weeks are a blur of Anglia action; high powered engines, lowered suspension, thumping hi-fis and supercool wheels. The car that results is Fuzzs perfect Anglia and hes fallen in love. Its a painful parting for the master mechanic but will this supercool 60s ride get the welcome it deserves...
The Rover's Return Car+
Rover lover Steves terrible run of health problems meant his dream of renovating a 1972 P6 were put firmly on the back burner. That was until, behind his back, wife Marie called in the CAR SOS boys to resurrect this icon of upmarket British motoring. When Tim & Fuzz first see the old Rover theyre hopeful the workload may not be too overwhelming, that is until they start to take the old girl apart. Bit by complicated bit they realize they have unleashed a monster, gradually uncovering decades of shoddy botchery. Despite the relentless pressure the lads nurse the Rover back to health. After 3 exhausting weeks the car is unveiled to Steve at the...
Triumph of The Stag+
Answering a wife's SOS, Tim & Fuzz head to Portsmouth on a mission to rescue an ex-naval diver's Stag and finally put a smile back on his face. A hit-and-run 32 years ago led to the car's owner gradually losing the use of his legs. No longer able to drive his beloved Stag it spent the last 18 years in his garage gradually being swallowed under a mountain of junk whilst he sank into the doldrums. After the guys spirit-away the Triumph, they switch out the transmission and install some customized pedals so the ex-serviceman owner can enjoy his much loved motor again. Invited to the Bond exhibition at the National Motor museum our Stag lover finds...
Tim & Fuzz head to Suffolk to rescue a charismatic but very worn out 1928 Austin 12/4. Owner Graham had a dream of spending his retirement pottering about in "Gusty" and thanks to Car SOS, he will. Thats as long as Tim & Fuzz can overcome the problems of repairing this fragile and rather rare car. From the start it is obvious all the perishable parts need replacing but its the engine that gives the boys the runaround. On top of that, the boys struggle to agree on Fuzzs idea of an "oily rag" restoration, a suggestion that leaves Tim scratching his head. Finally the reveal day arrives and hands Tim the chance to try his cheekiest ever way of handing...
Zodiac Come Back+
Tim & Fuzz head to Norfolk on another undercover mission to revive a dwindling 4 wheeled dream. After a lifetime of health problems that have hampered this restoration project, an ageing teddy boy's 1950s Ford Zodiac is fixed up and given some crafty modifications by the CAR SOS crew. The plan is to help this ageing rocker get rolling behind the wheel of his beloved car for the first time in 20 years. But there's a headache when "factory" Fuzz controversially changes the paint back to its original colour scheme, a decision that may make the big reveal a rather tense affair.
When ex-racing driver Tony Webb bought a 1970 Lotus Elan he had big plans of doing it up to enjoy during his retirement. But a cripplingly painful spine injury means his ability to drive is on borrowed time. With only a couple of years left before a wheel chair beckons, Tim & Fuzz step in and fast track his project to completion. But in the process of renovation a controversial discovery is made, and while "Factory" Fuzz sees no choice but to completely change the colour of the car, Tims worried hes gone too far and no one knows how Tony will feel. At a dramatic unveiling at the Lotus factory where the little Elan was built 43 years earlier, all...