Behind the scenes of a North Yorkshire-based, family-run historic car auction business, which uncovers some remarkably rare vehicles in Thornton-le-Dale.
A rare 1980s Sierra Cosworth draws in a crowd of Ford fans, while a restorer delights buyers with his 1966 Sunbeam Rapier and Sarah takes a shine to a caravan.
Derek dives into the lost Jowett marque, as a 1952 Javelin finds an unexpected home. Paul and Dave find a Ford Escort that's been untouched for 30 years.
A 1970s Bond Bug three-wheeler divides opinion among Mathewsons customers, while a retired engineer reluctantly auctions off his father's treasured 60s Jaguar Mark 2.
Mathewsons agree to sell a vintage threshing machine and collection of tractors, but extracting them from a Yorkshire farm proves a bigger job than anticipated.
A Cold War Soviet classic goes under the hammer. Built like a tank, the Mosckovitch gets few admirers for style, but finds a home with a fan of Eastern Bloc classics.
Derek collects a Mark 2 Jag and explains why they made such poor getaway cars for bank robbers. A customer considers a Morris Marina as a present for his wife.
The team have a record number of cars to auction, but Derek finds room for one more - a replica AC Cobra. A couple are reunited with their Volvo breakdown truck.
A classic car fan with a love of the Jaguar E-Type reluctantly sends his dream car to auction, hoping to buy a motorhome. Two Ford Escorts get Dave's pulse racing.
A widow reluctantly parts with her husband's treasured collection of Rolls Royces and Bentleys, and an impulse buyer finds one of the cars a new home.