Peter gets a chance to buy a rare Cuda convertible, so he can't help but jump on the car. When he gets the chance to make the car look better than ever, he has to get to work to show the car off at the Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals show in Chicago.
When really good cars are available to be bought Peter and Gary will go just about anywhere to find them. So when they hear about a 300SL Mercedes and a very rare 59 Ferrari 250 GT in California they hit the road.
As the value of race cars starts to climb Peter decides to start hunting for some NASCAR race cars with good stories and good histories. Where could he find such cars? The Hendricks Motorsports shop in Charlotte would be a fabulous start.
As race car values climb, Peter finds himself holding a Ferrari 206 SP. The biggest question about this car is, despite a fire, is this car actually original? He brings in the Swiss Ferrari expert Marcel Massini to perform an detailed evaluation.
When Peter sends Gary to look at Ferrari 308 they are assuming it's a regular car. But as Gary digs into the car some questions start to arise. Is this one of the fiberglass bodied 308s? And if so, whats it worth compared to a steel bodied 308?
Pete gets a call from one of his spotters informing him of a original '68 split window Corvette. With no time to get there in person, Pete walks his spotter through the deal. When the car finally arrives, Pete and Gary disagree on what to do with it.
Peter and Gary take a 1919 Pierce Arrow to Scottsdale with the hope of seeing the car sell well, and also do some buying. But the weekend is put in jeopardy when Gary is ushered offstage while Peter is trying to get the Pierce started.
Gary loves original cars, so when he hears about a motivated seller of an 82 Datsun 280Z he hooks up the trailer and heads out. But is an all original 280Z really a collectable car?
Ford GTs are hot. So when two separate customers walk into LMC and both guys want one, Pete and Gary are happy. But instead of buying the cars, both guys want to do some sort of trade. Let the bargaining begin!
Pete and Gary get invited to the Kuwait Concours D'Elegance in Kuwait City. So they prepare and ship a 1919 Pierce Arrow over and board a plane wondering what to expect from a part of the world that neither of them has visited before.
Gary is excited when he gets a chance to see an original '63 Cobra. The owner makes it clear that he doesn't want to sell the car so the trip is all about collecting info. But after a period of time the owner calls and says he may be in the mood.
Last season Peter was excited to buy a Boss 429 from a old timer, and was even more excited when a good client purchased the car and agreed to a full restoration. Problem is, all the parts are there -- but cracked.
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