After fixing up a Porsche 924, Mike and Edd turned their attention to repairing a Saab 900 Turbo, Volkswagen Golf Mk1 GTI, Austin Mini Mk1, Mercedes-Benz W123 230E and a Ford Capri Laser 1.6. Only the restoration of the Ford Capri failed to generate a profit, making a loss of £245. The largest profit was £523 on the Mercedes Benz.
Mike and Edd had a budget of £2,000 to buy and fix each vehicle in the series. They tackled a Toyota MR2 MKI, Peugeot 205 GTi 1.9, Suzuki SJ410, BMW E30 325i Touring, MG B GT, and a Predator Beach Buggy. The largest profit was £662 on the Toyota and the only loss was £770 on the Suzuki.
Mike and Edd had £3,000 to spend on purchasing and repairing each vehicle in the third series. They spent their money on a Volkswagen Transporter T3, Lancia Delta Integrale 8v, Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Cosworth, Range Rover Series 1, Mazda MX-5 NA, and a Porsche 928. The largest profit was £1,000 on the Porsche and biggest loss was £2,325 on the Volkswagen Transporter.
The sixth series saw Mike and Edd having £5,000 to purchase and repair each car. In the first half of the series, they transformed a Triumph Spitfire 1500, Porsche 944 Turbo, Audi Quattro, Volkswagen Beetle and Jaguar XJS. The second half of the series featured a Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 (bought with a budget of £10,000), Mini City 1000, TVR S2, Land Rover Discovery TDI and a BMW M3 E36 Convertible. All of the cars made a profit with the largest one being £1,791 on the Volkswagen Beetle.
The first half of the seventh series saw Mike and Edd having £5,000 to spend on a Jensen Interceptor III, Ford Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth, Volkswagen T2 panel van, BMW 8400Ci and a Triumph Stag. The second half of the series featured a Bond Bug, Volvo P1800, Land Rover Defender, Subaru Impreza WRX and a Lotus Elan S1. All of the cars returned a profit with the largest one being £5,015 on the Lotus Elan.
The budget for each car ranged from £3,000 to £15,000 in the eighth series. The most-expensive project was for a Jaguar E-Type Series 3 that returned a profit of £2,410. The other cars in the series were a Mini Moke, Range Rover P38, Austin-Healey 'Frogeye' Sprite and a Saab 9-3 Turbo Convertible. All of the cars generated a profit for Mike and Edd.
The most-expensive project in the ninth series was the £20,000 spent on a Gardner Douglas Cobra. It returned a profit of £1,970. Mike and Edd brought in the biggest return on a Ford Mustang Fastback. After replacing dented front wings, respraying the whole body and a host of other work, they made a profit of £6,680. Other cars featured in the series included a Fiat Dino Coupe 2400, Morgan +4, BMW M5 E39, Renault Alpine A310, Porsche 914 and a Triumph TR6.
A new run in 2013 began with Mike and Edd carrying out work on an Aston Martin DB7 they purchased for £12,500. After fixing an oil leak, replacing cracked exhaust manifolds and a host of other improvements, the boys only managed to make a profit of £532. They made a much bigger profit on a Chevrolet Corvette C2 Sting Ray - a mighty £20,220. Other cars featured in the series include Ford Escort Mk 1, Range Rover L322 TD6 Vogue, Porsche Boxster S, Morris Minor 1000 Traveller, TVR Cerbera and a Lamborghini Urraco P250S.