Wayne goes from coast to coast to add to his collection when he buys a Sprint Midget race car complete with a custom trailer, a vintage '36 Ford Pickup truck to tow them and matching Quarter Midget race cars to ride along in the truck bed.
Wayne throws open the garage to discover a trio of Zagato-bodied, Fiat-Abarth 750s, including two coveted Double Bubbles and a low production Record Monza. Then he's on the hunt for a 1954 Kaiser Manhattan, one of less than 5000 produced.
Wayne goes from coast to coast to add to his collection when he buys a Sprint Midget race car complete with a custom trailer, a vintage 1936 Ford Pickup truck to tow them, and a matching Quarter Midget race car to ride along in the truck bed.
Wayne has always dreamed of owning an Auburn Boattail Speedster. A twist of fate connects him with two sisters selling their grandfather's collection, including a '32 Auburn Boattail Speedster, a 1909 Ford Model T, and more.
Ruby's Diner in the King of Prussia Mall closes its doors and the owners have to sell three vintage America motorcycles in a hurry.A Harley Davidson, an Indian and a Triumph. At F40, the crew's working on an '86 Lambo that hasn't been driven in 25 years.
Wayne's off to Ohio in pursuit of a picture-perfect, low-mileage 1987 BMW M6 Coupe, but he'll need to pony up for a 1969 Lincoln Mark 3 and a 1978 Lincoln Mark 5 as part of the package. Then Wayne helps a client sell an '81 Morgan Roadster at auction.
Wayne's got not one but two, rare Stutz motorcars on his radar. One is a 1930 Stutz roadster with coveted cut-down doors, but the seller is playing his cards close to his chest. Car two is a Stutz Special built to look like a SSK Mercedes sports car.
A perfect pair of early 1960s Volkswagen Karmann Ghias have Wayne reaching for his checkbook and Roger giving the cars his special treatment when he bets Wayne he can get one of the cars running in eight minutes or less.