Kindig. Ankin. Brewer. Anstead. Carini. Grainger. Cohen. You can get all the biggest names in car restoration in the one spot when the inaugural Resto Mania descends on Discovery Turbo in November. Celebrating mates and their love of cars, this mega month is packed with premieres showcasing the very best in the resto biz.
Kicking off the month is new series Wrench’d which follows Justin Nichols, the mastermind behind Nichols Paint & Fab and his crew. Starting with a 1931 Ford, he's been building custom hot rods, motorcycles, and trucks since age seven and is renowned in the custom world as a creative visionary.
Dave Kindig returns with a new season of Kindig Customs to create exceptional works of art from ordinary, rusted out cars; while David Grainger and the all-star team at The Guild of Automotive Restorers are back on board building the most beautiful, expensive, and coolest cars in another season of Restoration Garage.
Resto Mania also sees the launch of Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars. Renowned UK antiques expert Drew Pritchard joins forces with automotive guru Paul Cowland find, buy, fix-up, and sell classic cars and retro motorbikes. Meanwhile there’s a new season of Wheeler Dealers (in NZ only) and a new face as master mechanic joins Mike Brewer and Ant Antstead to find, fix and flip cars for a healthy profit.
It doesn’t stop there, get your fix of new seasons of Toymakerz led by former stunt man, motorcycle racer, and custom vehicle fabricator, David Ankin and the world’s leading classic car auction Barrett-Jackson: Palm Beach, as well as Junkyard Empire, and Iron Resurrection.
Motor Month on Turbo
Warm up those tyres and oil up your engines for a high-octane month of motor mayhem.
Speed Week on Turbo
Turbo’s going full throttle with the best shows dedicated to fast vehicles and the people who drive them.
Fast N' Loud
Follow hot-rod hunter Richard Rawlings and his team at Gas Monkey Garage as they buy and sell forgotten and derelict vintage cars.
Follow the mischievous team at Fired Up Garage as they pull out all the stops to prove that once and for all they’re the best of the best for custom rides.
The crew at Dieselsellerz are back at it, tricking out even more insane trucks than ever before.