Follow Ferrari expert and master car restorer, Wayne Carini, as he takes viewers on his personal mission to uncover the world's most rare and exotic cars.
It's a classic smackdown between Italian fortissimo and all-American muscle, when master car restorer Wayne Carini brings a 1969 Ferrari 365 GTC and a 1966 Shelby Mustang GT350 Fastback to auction in Monterey, Calif. But with two days of nonstop auctions ahead of him, Wayne takes a break from business to party down at one of the most exclusive luxury lifestyle events in the country -- Gordon McCall's Motorworks Revival Party at the Monterey Jet Center.
Wayne auctions off a strange collection of vehicles.Watch Now:Amazon
Unfavorable economic conditions in the U.S have taken their toll everywhere, including the high stakes world of car collectors. With the exclusive RM Vintage Motorcars Auction in Amelia Island, Fla., right around the corner, master car restorer Wayne Carini is pressed to put together a roster of cars that is guaranteed to turn a profit. When an extremely rare 1906 Panhard-Levassor brass car comes up for sale, Wayne flies to Scottsdale, Ariz., where he inspects the car and buys it on the spot. With the Panhard, a 1958 Lancia Aurelia B-20 GT, a 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 and a 1954 Buick Skylark Convertible in his lineup, Wayne is confident he'll come home in the black. But when mysterious problems plague one of the cars, Wayne is forced to do some emergency repairs. With just hours before the truck comes to take the cars to Florida, will Wayne finish the work on time or sabotage his chance at auction?
On a trip to Southern California, master car restorer Wayne Carini tracks down and buys one of the first Porsche 911s to ever be imported into the United States. Before completing the restoration and ultimately selling this coveted car, Wayne visits a secret car collection housing more than 30 ultra-rare Porsches. Will what he sees inspire him to keep the 911 for himself? Or will he let it go in hopes of turning a profit?Watch Now:Amazon
In the film War of the Roses, Michael Douglas owned a 1960 Morgan +4 Roadster which his wife spitefully ran over and crushed. After filming wrapped, a Connecticut man bought the wrecked car from the film production company and hired master car restorer Wayne to restore it to top condition. His dream was to go vintage racing with the Morgan, but tragically, two weeks before he was to race it he had a heart attack and died. Shortly thereafter, his wife rolled the car into their barn and closed the doors. Now, more than fifteen year later, Wayne offers to buy the Morgan in all its dusty glory. Wayne and his team restore the car to racing condition and honor the man's memory by doing what he could not... Fulfill his dream of racing the Morgan.
Wayne buys a 1924 Marmon Speedster from two brothers in NJ who at one time held a world record in High Wheel Biking. Later when the Marmon fails to sell at auction, Wayne turns disappointment into a wining solution.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne makes a surprise announcement that he's selling the best barn find of his career, his original 1921 Stutz Bearcat with just more than 11,000 miles from new.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne’s hot on the trail of a 1958 SAAB GT 750 that’s been restored to perfection, but when he arrives for the inspection and test drive he discovers the owner has two more Saabs he may be willing to sell.Watch Now:Amazon
When the Tupelo Automobile Museum decides to close and auction off their entire collection for charity, they call Wayne for help. He brings in two auction houses to assess their cars and automobilia and give their best pitch to the museum's owner.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Wayne enlists his friend and hot rod builder Jimmy to transform a 1933 Ford Roadster into an Elgin Race Car. It's a labor of love, but when the car is complete, they'll let it loose on the track to prove that its performance is just as hot as its looks.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Wayne might need a lucky charm to buy a Porsche 356 hidden for decades in a magician's home; a Mercury-bodied Chevy Boattail gives Mechanic Mike fits; a church calls on Wayne to help them sell a collection bequeathed to them by a parishioner.Watch Now:Amazon
The Ford legacy lives on as Wayne unearths a Model T delivery truck that's been in single family ownership for more than 100 years. Then he helps two sisters uncover and sell a mind-boggling collection of original Ford parts from a collapsed barn.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne sets his sights on the "unicorn" of Ford finds, an intact and highly coveted Deuce, a 1932 Ford Roadster. Plus, the crew uncovers a soggy surprise in a 1973 BMW 3.0 CSi, and an early electric car comes out of hiding after more than 50 years.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne and the crew at F40 take on the restoration of a wild, one-off, center-steer concept car built on a Corvair base. They formulate a plan to restore the car so that it will be ready in time for the Amelia Island Concours.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne spans the BMW spectrum when he sells a high-performance, low-production 2003 BMW Z8 Alpina roadster and a 1958 BMW Isetta 300.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne jumps at the chance to purchase a late 1950s Stanguellini Monoposto Formula Junior race car; Wayne hopes to sell two vehicles to make room in the garage for a 1953 Bandini.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne chases an AC Bristol and 1956 Porsche Speedster in Illinois. Also: he brings a 1960 190 SL Mercedes to auction.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne and team are part of a multi-shop mission to return a coveted 1937 Bugatti to like-new condition and enter it in competition in the most prestigious exhibition in the world -- the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne brings a rare Renault Jolly to a Florida auction; the owner of a 1988 Porsche 959 Sport hopes his supercar can sell for around $1 million.Watch Now:Amazon
Cooper F1 race cars; BMW 315; Bugatti Type 57.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne brings a 1931 Cadillac Model 370 V12 sedan to an auction in Hershey, Penn.Watch Now:Amazon
Wayne rescues a rare '59 Fiat Abarth Record Monza from its thirty year slumber in a NY garage. In Nebraska Wayne falls in love with a custom '66 Ford Bronco and returns home to discover 2 all-original Vincent Motorcycles for sale just 20mi from his shop.Watch Now:Amazon
Two legends in the custom car world came together when Good Guys Founder, the late Gary Meadors, commissioned the late Boyd Coddington to customize his 1956 Chrysler 300B Custom hardtop.
Wayne buys the motorcycle of his dreams in a 1928 Indian Scout 101, and he can't wait to take it out on the track. He also helps find new homes for a collection that includes a '77 Mercedes 450 SEL 6.9 and a ready-to-race Audi R8.Watch Now:Amazon