Dambusters should've made the list, only cause of this: »
Taking the most riskiest gamble yet in Wheeler Dealers history, Mike goes in search of a BMW 2002tii. However, the high prices for even RUNNING models means Mike is forced to seek out a 2002 that hasn't run in 17 YEARS. With other buyers nipping at his heels, Mike pays more than he wanted, and must rely on the magic… »
A lot of the characters would’ve fit in nicely as extras in the Fetish Club scene in “The Matrix.” Take for example Quan Chi’s “Harem.”
It's all about the looks, and Mike has given Edd a pitiful $5K budget to bring a tired MGA from the brink. But when Edd decides to throw caution to the win to bring the tramp to become a belle, does his pricey gambles mean a crackin' payday for the duo? »
Also, you can’t buy the cars on the track. I’ve yet to see a Scion tC in RWD form at the dealership.
Another day, another motor for the boys to flip!! Mike sinks his teeth into a Ford F1 Pickup truck, and buys a former project car. His plans for the truck involve diving into the "Rat Rod" scene, keeping the outside drrty, and upgrading the insides. But, does putting their names on the car literally help or hinder… »
Trying to find where I heard it, but a real estate agent/broker was on my local NPR station saying that unless you are a bank or a big-ass conglomerate, that it does not make any sense for a business to rent out commercial space cause of the opportunities for workers to work at home via the internet.
Chief among these is her “javelin toss,” a special spear-throwing attack that removes huge chunks of a target’s health bar each time it connects with an unlucky target.»