Rust? Missing parts? Spluttering engines? There’s no job too big for the Car S.O.S. boys
Car S.O.S., Thursday 12 March, 8pm, National Geographic/HD (CH 266/268). Also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > National Geographic
Start your engines, because Car S.O.S. is back for a brand new series – and this time the team is facing some of its toughest challenges yet.
Over ten grease-coated episodes, presenters Tim Shaw and Fuzz Townshend (plus their gang of trusted helpers) will attempt to restore some of the finest cars in automotive history. From a 1964 Porsche 356 and a 1961 Austin-Healey 3000 to a 1973 Hillman Imp, it’s time to pull the overalls on and get these mean machines purring.
Car S.O.S. is about so much more than giving some gorgeous drives a bit of TLC. And with backstories that are sure to pull on the heartstrings, get ready for an emotional roller coaster as the team fights to restore these beauties back to their former glory. That’s not a tear in our eye, it’s just engine coolant.
Want to know even more about the return of Car S.O.S.? Here, Tim Shaw and Fuzz Townshend down tools to talk exclusively to Virgin TV Edit about what’s to come, what makes the series such a success and who’s the better driver…
When is Car S.O.S. series 8 on TV?
Tune into the first episode of the new series on Thursday 12 March at 8pm on National Geographic/HD (CH 266/268). Also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > National Geographic.
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