One of the latest and greatest American pastimes is binge-watching a new television show. With a few long weekends and the dog days of summer ahead of us, we rounded up a list of the best car- related shows to binge-watch to get you through the summer months. Check them out below:
If you’re a fan of Pawn Stars and vintage cars, you’ll love Counting Cars! Danny “The Count” Koker is a muscle car fanatic based in Las Vegas. You’ll get to see the entire process, from when he purchases the cars to restoring and customizing them and selling them. With seven full seasons currently available, this show will keep you busy for at least a weekend or two!
Available on History Channel, Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
Cars, comedians, coffee, what’s not to love? Fans of Jerry Seinfeld will definitely enjoy Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Seinfeld chooses a vintage car to take a featured comedian out for coffee, and they film their entire conversation. Whether you tune in for the car or the comedian, you’ll be hooked either way!
Available on comediansincarsgettingcoffee.com, Crackle and Netflix
Chasing Classic Cars
For anyone interested in car auctions and the restorations that go into cars before and after that point, this show is a must-watch. Chasing Classic Cars features classic cars across the decades, and has a main focus on getting the cars up and running. With eight whole seasons, you’ll be glued to your television wanting more!
Available on Amazon, iTunes, Google Play and Velocity
How It’s Made: Dream Cars
Calling all super-car fans! This spin-off of the popular How It’s Made television show goes behind the scenes in the production of cars like the Bugatti Veyron, the Aston Martin Vanquish and countless others over their four seasons and counting! This show is the perfect way to vicariously get to experience the best modern super-cars around.
Available on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play
Graveyard Carz started as a documentary of restoring a single car for one of the producers personally, and has grown into a six-season long program about restoring cars and later “revealing” them to their proud owners. If you’re interested in car restoration and want to see the antics of an energetic auto technician crew, you’ll be a big fan of this show.
Available on Amazon, iTunes and Google Play
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