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Wheeler Dealers premiere set for NEC classic show

Published 20 September 2017

An exclusive UK premiere of the new series of Wheeler Dealers will be held at the NEC classic motor show in November. It’s the first chance fans will get to see the revamped show following the departure of mechanic and co-presenter Edd China.

Now fronted by Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead, the first episode of the 14th season will shown in front of 200 guests after-hours on Saturday, 11 November.

Mike said, ‘Making Wheeler Dealers with a new partner and thousands of miles away from our native country is difficult, but the reward is bringing one of the world’s biggest and greatest car shows to the screen.

‘We are immensely proud of our efforts and we are excited to share the new look Wheeler Dealers with a live UK audience for the first time ever. The show has more mechanical content than ever before and both Ant and I are thrilled with what we believe is a ground-breaking build.’

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Classic motoring enthusiasts are being given then chance to win two tickets in a prize draw which sees them automatically entered when booking their show tickets before Thursday 26 October. 

The lucky winners will join Mike, Ant and special guests once the show doors are closed as part of an exclusive audience to watch the first episode of the brand new series.

The winners will also be able to enjoy a beer with the boys as we toast to the new era of Wheeler Dealers with an intimate question and answer session after the screening.

To be in with a chance of winning tickets to this exclusive premiere, enthusiasts just have to book tickets to the NEC show before Thursday, 26 October.

For those that have already booked tickets to the show, they will automatically be entered into the prize draw for this exclusive prize draw.

The Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, returns to Birmingham’s NEC from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 November. For more information visit www.necclassicmotorshow.com.

Comments

Tenchman7    on 20 September 2017

Problem being that Edd China was the redeeming factor!!

Edited by Tenchman7 on 20/09/2017 at 12:05

G. Nolten    on 29 September 2017

It's so sad to see everything is about money. If they think they can make more money by making a program for 5 million car 'enthusiasts' instead of making a program for 500,000 petrolheads then they are wrong!
I truly hope that Ed China will start with a new production company to make his own program for the real petrolheads.

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