Junk & Disorderly
Vintage restorers Henry Cole and his mechanical genius of a best mate Sam Lovegrove are back on the memorabilia merry-go-round, challenging themselves to make money out of buying and selling other people's automotive junk and classic collectibles. Their buying spree begins at the Bristol Classic Car Show where they acquire one of the quirkiest cars of the 1970s. Henry's hoping for a small profit and a quick return, but as he soon discovers, making a fast buck is not so easy.
Henry Cole and his mechanical genius of a best mate Sam Lovegrove are back on the memorabilia merry-go-round, challenging themselves to make money out of buying and selling other people's automotive junk and classic collectibles. This time, the pair buy and transform a BSA Bantam from a humble roadster into a trial bike - but it's much easier to restore than it is to sell.
Henry and Sam are back scouring the nation's auto jumbles and automotive auctions for a nice little earner. On the agenda this time are motorcycles, memorabilia and some massive cash potential.
Henry and Sam are yet again on the quest for a nice little earner, heading down to an automotive show in Chippenham. Everything's up for grabs, from vintage oil cans, enamel signs, classic bikes and cars, but what are they going to come away with?
Sam and Henry are on a mission to find a nice little earner at the Bristol Classic Car Show and after years of trying, the boys are finally let into a local shed that they've only dreamt of rummaging through.
In this final episode of the series, Henry and Sam are on an automotive quest at the Classic Motor Show in Birmingham. Whatever they buy will hopefully add to a bumper booty sell-off at the Malvern Autojumble to end the series with a big bang for their bucks.
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