MORRIS MINOR: Mike wants to get his hands on a Morris Minor Traveller but has problems getting one within budget.
WOODY: Mike is impressed that the owner has had the car for over 20 years and despite seeing some obvious problems with the bodywork he thinks Edd can bring this 'Woody' back to life.
SALES SENSATION: In 1961, the Morris Minor became the first British car to sell more than a million units. Now they are in short supply and prices are going up. Mike gets back to the workshop hoping Edd can turn it around quickly for a profit.
CLOSED FOR BUSINESS: Edd sees the state of the bodywork and realises he has his work cut out.
CLEAN ENGINE: The engine is leaking oil so Edd uses his detective skills to find the source.
MISSING IN ACTION: Mike returns to find Edd working on the engine but no sign of the car!
HOIST ME UP: The engine bay is rusty and needs attention. Edd takes the engine out using a hoist and gives it a thorough clean with a jet spray to get it looking like new.
YOU'VE BEEN FRAMED: The wooden frame is rotting so a new one has to be made from scratch from European Ash by a specialist carpenter.
AVOIDING FAILURE: The frame is a structural part of the car so it would fail a Ministry of Transport inspection if it was rotten.
TAKE A SEAT: The seats are cleaned and the carpets replaced.
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: Edd has to completely take the car apart for the respray which is a mission but important if they are to maximise profit.
MINOR DETAILS: When Mike delivers the car to Edd he can see the bodywork is rusty but when he digs a little deeper he finds more problems.
BRITISH ICON: The Morris Minor is a British icon. It was designed by Alec Issigonis who also designed the Mini.
THE INTREPID TRAVELLER: The Morris Minor Traveller is looking pristine and Mike wants to find a buyer who is going to fall in love with this car.