Bernie and Leepu have started building cars in London for Discovery Channel's 'Chop Shop: London Garage'. After a fire destryed their first car, the boys have decided to rebuild the 'Sumo Car'... only this time it will be even better. The only question is... will they get it ready to run against the best of the best at Santa Pod over a timed 1/4 mile run.
Premiers Monday October 15th at 10:00pm on Discovery Channel
Chop Shop - London Garage S2 e10 p1
Legendary French footballer and model, David Ginola, invites Bernie to the
South of France and asks him to build a car inspired by the iconic American
cruiser, the Chevrolet Camaro SS. Unfortunately, Leepu
doesnt wait for Bernie to return to get the full brief and goes off on a
Ferrari-inspired tangent, blowing over two thousand pounds of Bernies
precious cash on a roadworthy Porsche as a donor car.
Last episode for this season.
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Chop Shop - London Garage S2 e6 p1
Musician and TV personality Jools Holland has asked Chop Shop to work their
modified car magic and make him a custom recreation of the classic Jet 1, a
Rover Car Company gas turbine concept car, circa 1950, that achieved a
record breaking 152mph. Will Leepu's artistic integrity survive working to
such a strict design brief? And can the team cope with grafting together a
50-year-old Rover 80 body shell and chassis, 60-year-old body Rover 75 body
panels, with a 30-year-old Jaguar XJ6 4.2 litre engine and suspension?
Jools has certainly never seen tuning like this before!