Suggs and Claire take on a 1955 Swedish manufactured Snow-Trac, a machine that can trundle up the highest and snowiest mountains.
Suggs and Claire Barratt head back to the 1960's and the world of hovercraft to restore a Skima 12, once the property of the Sultan of Oman.
Suggs and Claire take on assembling the thousands of pieces of a 1936 Grafton Steam Crane without an instruction manual.
Claire and Suggs are submersed in WWII history as they restore a German Biber, a one-man midget submarine used at D-Day.
Claire Barratt and Suggs travel back to the heyday of British rail to restore the Scammell Scarab Mechanical Horse, a three-wheeled lorry.
Suggs and Claire take up the challenge of restoring a Massey Harris 780 combine harvester in time to cut the last wheat in England.
Three squad members restore a crane with a two-ton wrecking ball, used at construction sites from the 1950's to the 1970's.
Suggs hosts the engineering makeover show; three squad members are challenged to restore a 1931 Morgan Super Sports three-wheeler car.
Suggs hosts the engineering makeover show; three squad members take on the restoration of a 1952 Coronation tram.
Suggs hosts the engineering show; three squad members take up the challenge to restore a rare 1982 Scilly Isles council dustcart.
Suggs hosts the engineering makeover show; three squad members take on a steam-powered carousel dating from 1912.
The squad hopes to rebuild a rare 1930's Gipsy Moth biplane, which is found in pieces after a crash 30 years ago.
At almost 90 feet long, Ena the Thames sailing barge is the largest challenge the squad has tackled yet, with a month to re-deck her before she takes part in her first big barge race of the year.
The squad restores a 1969 Grand Prix-winning Formula 5000 race car to racing form before burning rubber at Mallory Park; the car races in front of delighted owner John Peskett and winning driver, Keith Holland.
The team restores a vintage Alvis Stalwart amphibious truck.
A wooden 1939 wartime fire engine is uncovered in a Northamptonshire barn.
The team restores a 1921 steam launch.
The team attempts to restore a historic gyroplane to its former glory.
The squad takes up the challenge to turn an aging 1962 handmade Bristol into a showcase piece for the Owners Club rally.
The squad takes on the task of restoring a 50-ton 1949 Centurion tank; Lee uncovers the tank's history, from the Suez Campaign to the Gulf War.
The squad has 10 days to restore a 1923 steamroller stored in 2,000 rusty pieces in a West Country yard, with pieces weighing up to two tons.
Suggs and Claire take up the challenge of restoring an M10 Achilles tank destroyer, a D-Day combat veteran.
Suggs and Claire restore a 1931 Sentinel steam lorry and test it under blizzard conditions with a 2,000-foot climb up Wales' Horseshoe pass.
Suggs and Claire Barrat take up the challenge of restoring a Golden Ford; at the great bends of Brooklands, Clara Howard is reunited with the car.
1960 Amphicar restoration.
The Lola T142 is restored to racing form.
The team takes on the fair, in the shape of a 1912 steam-powered merry-go-round.
Three squad members head to Bishop's Waltham to restore a 19th-century watermill.