"WHEELER DEALERS" CO-HOSTS MIKE BREWER & ANT ANSTEAD TALK ABOUT THE NEW SEASON AND SHARE TIPS FOR BUYING A USED CAR
VELOCITY'S WHEELER DEALERS ARE BACK -- FINDING, FIXING AND FLIPPING SECONDHAND CARS!
In the Long-Running Hit Series, Auto Experts Mike Brewer and New Co-Host Ant Anstead Share Tips for Buying a Used Car
From their southern California shop, auto valuation expert Mike Brewer and master mechanic Ant Anstead go to work finding, fixing and flipping a wide variety of unique used cars from all over the world. On every WHEELER DEALERS episode, Mike hunts for a decent car at the right price – scouring classifieds, Internet auctions, specialist clubs and garages before brokering a deal. Ant then diagnoses problems and conducts an expert “how to” session for viewers as he repairs any issues and makes the car like new. When repairs are complete, Mike and Ant road test the revamped ride before selling the vehicle to the next best owner who will appreciate it for all its worth.
The new season of Wheeler Dealers features a wealth of incredible rides including: a 1969 Opel GT; a 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer; a 2004 Mini Cooper S MC40; a 1987 Alfa Romeo Spider Quadrifoglio; a 1970 International Harvester Scout 800A; and much more. Speak with Mike and Ant about the new season, plus their tricks for flipping secondhand autos and tips for buying used cars.
MARC MALNATI FROM LOU MALNATI'S PIZZERIA
ABOUT LOU MALNATI'S PIZZERIA
Considered the oldest family name in Chicago pizza, Lou Malnati's is as rich in history as its pizza is in flavor.
Lou Malnati got his start in the 1940's working in Chicago's first deep dish pizzeria. He took his pizza expertise to Lincolnwood, a northern suburb of Chicago, where he and his wife Jean opened the first Lou Malnati's Pizzeria on March 17, 1971. Lou was known for his fun-loving character as well as making Chicago's best pizza. Loyal patrons lined the streets on opening day for a taste of his delicious deep dish creations. Lou always thought it was funny that an Italian should open a pizzeria in a Jewish neighborhood on an Irish holiday. But that was Lou's style; he loved all types of people and didn't care much about what people thought.