Chasing Classic Cars! HELP!
#1
Not sure if any of you watch Wayne Carini and Chasing Classic Cars on HD Theater on Direct Tv.
Chasing Classic Cars follows Ferrari expert and master car restorer, Wayne Carini, as he takes viewers on his personal mission to uncover the world’s most rare and exotic cars.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itDjMOLwgJs

Here is an example of one show.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YV4K2Dq7D5g
PART 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJvaIHPITUQ

If you watch this show please go to Facebook and sign the petition to bring this show back. I really like this show! I bet if you've watched this show you do to!
Wayne seems to be a very nice and honest guy. People trust him with some unbelievable cars and he delivers with Class every single time, or at least the shows they record and show present that! :)

FACEBOOK CHASING CLASSIC CARS SIGN THE PETITION HERE.


Chasing Classic Cars: Meet Wayne Carini

With a lifetime of experience in automobile restoration under his belt, master car restorer Wayne Carini has a resume that includes body and paint work on rare car collections owned by the likes of David Letterman, tennis great Ivan Lendl and the DuPont family. He's been featured in the New York Times as well as numerous automobile magazines, and starred in two one-hour television specials.

Now, Chasing Classic Cars gives viewers a true insider's look into Wayne's inner circle as he embarks on his personal mission to uncover the world's most rare and exotic cars. Filmed entirely in high definition, Chasing Classic Cars welcomes you into the elite club of car restorers and collectors as Wayne buys, restores and sells vintage rides, and the owners of the most exclusive and secret garages open up their doors only to Wayne.

Wayne's passion for cars started when he was a child, working alongside his father on such classics as Duesenbergs, Lincolns, Packards and Ford Model As. Then, at just 9 years of age, he experienced a life altering event: he went for a ride in his first Ferrari, a 1960 Rosso Chiaro 250 SWB to be exact.

Wayne was instantly bitten by the Ferrari bug and hooked for life. Automobiles have been Wayne's passion ever since.

Wayne learned the art of Ferrari restoration from his mentor Francois Sicard -- a former Ferrari racing mechanic and widely considered to be the foremost Ferrari expert on the East Coast -- and his good friend Luigi Chinetti Jr., whose father Luigi Chinetti Sr. won the 1949 24 Hours of Le Mans race for Ferrari and opened the first Ferrari dealership in the country.

Since that time, Wayne has been the owner and operator of three companies in Portland, Conn.: F40 Motorsports , Continental Auto Ltd. and Carini Carozzeria.

F40 Motorsports buys and sells vintage and classic automobiles. Continental Auto Ltd. is a collision shop specializing in high-end and exotic automobile repair. Carini Carozzeria is the restoration shop where Wayne spends most of his time. And while Wayne loves restoring cars to perfection, his personal preference is for unrestored, original cars. Often shown in the elite "preservation class" at concourses nationwide, these increasingly rare cars are the focus of Wayne's private collection.

At home Wayne is a dedicated father of two daughters and husband of 24 years. The family resides in rural Connecticut, in a log home that Wayne built 33 years ago. An avid supporter of autism research organizations, Wayne helps organize and sponsor car events for the benefit of children and adults with autism. His incentive to find a cure or treatment is his youngest daughter, who was diagnosed with autism at an early age.

Wayne is also involved in and regularly attends many different car clubs and events to get young people involved in the car collector hobby. He believes that without young people's involvement, the car collector tradition will disappear. His latest passion is convincing families with special needs children to consider placing collector cars into a special needs trust with the hope that the cars will benefit the children in the future.

Prior to Chasing Classic Cars, Wayne appeared in two hour-long television specials for Discovery's HD Theater Channel: Monterrey Week and The World's Most Expensive Cars.
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#2
I alway's record CCC on my DVR and watch it later. I had not heard it had been canceled. I'll click on the link and sign the petition, Thanks for the heads up.
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#3
I'm not sure its been canceled I just don't think they are sure they have a fan base to keep it going. But I saw it had a petition on FB so I wanted to help all I could. I DVR everything cars. I hate commercials so DVR rocks for flying thru the BS.
I really like this show.
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#4
I have never seen this show (not surprising considering where I actually live) but I love it! Definitely worth keeping and watching.
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#5
I also like this show. Unfortunately, there aren't that many episodes out there. I've seen them all. I'd love to see new episodes. Although I have little faith in online petitions, I'll go ahead and add my name; can't hurt I guess.
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#6
I wanna bump this. Sorry guys I need some fresh shows! Ive seen all the shows like 3 times each.
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#7
Love the show, like what was said though. Not enough episodes being made. I think one day I'll drive to CT. and pay him a visit. I'll be adding my name to the list.
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