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Wheeler Dealers 38 Disc DVD Box Set (Car Restoration Show) Amazon.co.uk - $69 - Normally $90 in UK or $180 US Website

jackp311 35 10 November 19, 2015 at 10:40 AM in Blank Media (6) More Amazon (UK) Deals
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First post here, please be gentle!

If you don't have any interest in this show, that's fine. But, if you are a car guy like me, this is one of the better shows for restoring cars. It focuses more on the cars and less on the drama.

Price on Amazon.com $179. Normal UK Amazon cost is about $90. The Canny (amazon seller) is now selling for 45 pounds or just under $70. For me, with no foreign fees on my chase card, the total with delivery to Las Vegas came to $73 and change. Less than half the cost of the US based Amazon.

Link is here:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wheeler-D...B00PFTHPRC

Amazon US price:
http://amzn.com/B00U0O9KC0

NOTE: This is a region 2 DVD. So you will need to unlock your DVD player.

Thanks and hope someone finds use of this. It would make a great christmas present for a car guy.
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I like this show...
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38 discs? I like the show, but had no idea it's been on for 11 years.
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Love this show, Ed China has mad skills behind the wrench.
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Quote from jfretless View Post :
38 discs? I like the show, but had no idea it's been on for 11 years.

In the same boat as you.
Just started watching the show a few months ago.

Like it a lot...but thought it was a newer show.

Wow

And it seems sometimes....for the amount of labor they put into a car, and the small markup they get ....they seem to make about 25 cents an hour.

Still a very entertaining show.
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Quote from bigpollack View Post :
In the same boat as you.
Just started watching the show a few months ago.

Like it a lot...but thought it was a newer show.

Wow

And it seems sometimes....for the amount of labor they put into a car, and the small markup they get ....they seem to make about 25 cents an hour.

Still a very entertaining show.
For me the older episodes are the best. They do all sorts of cars that you will probably never see here.
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It's also great to watch them progress in both production and age over the years. One of the reviews mentioned it includes a season of trading up, as well.
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For me the older episodes are the best. They do all sorts of cars that you will probably never see here.
Every time I watch it ( or any show like it ) just makes me wish I had a lift in my garage.

Gettin too old to crawl underneath anymore.

Dumb question.

I would be playing this on my HTPC.

What do I need ( if anything ) to watch this " Region 2 " on a computer ??
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Interesting show... can't say that I would ever want to watch the complete series, but I've seen a few.
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Shouldn't need much. If you use Kodi, I believe it will read the ISO file of the disc. Someone correct me if I am wrong.
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LOVE WD. Starting watching it 7 years ago - and it's been fun to follow the show's development. The last US season was a bit hokey, tho. As for the deal - that's a great price for all those episodes.
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