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.
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.