Car S.O.S is a petrolheads delight, featuring some incredable cars and even more incredable stories, its a must for all car fans. The seriese produced by National Geogrphic Channel and aired on both NatGeo and Channel 4.
Car SOS’s Tim and Fuzz worked with the team at Ric Wood Motorsport to revive what the owner Helen originally thought to be a Ford Capri RS3100 into something even more special and unique, a RW3100.
Master mechanic Fuzz Townshend and parts-blagging petrol head Tim Shaw set off on a mission to save decaying
classic cars for their unsuspecting but deserving owners. The car is taken to the Car S.O.S. garage and carefully
restored to its former glory, leading to the big, surprise reveal!
Just a warning these reveals have been known to make grown men weep…
Car S.O.S is a truly brilliant show. Few car shows have ever been able to get the balance right between, story, education and entertainment.
However, these guys get it right time, with every episode. We at CNC Heads, love to hear peoples stories,
see the obstacles they are able to overcome, their journeys through all and how cars connect them together.
We are genuinely very privileged to be a part of something so inspiring.
If you haven’t already watched Car S.O.S please check it out through the National Geographic channel or on Channel 4.
The Ford Capri RS3100 replica the RW3100’s TV debut was on Sky Channel National Geographic on the 10th May 2018 at 8pm
This RW3100 was also available to be viewed from the 25th May 2018 at the British Motor Museum for several weeks.
You can find us currently, in the following episodes. We hope you enjoy.
Season 7 Episode 7 – Lamborghini Espada
The boys take on their first Lamborghini V12 supercar when they are secret called in to rescue petrolhead Ged’s 1971 Espada.
Ged had part restored his car until heart and lung problems meant his plans had ground to a halt.
Season 6 Episode 10 – Ford Capri
A terrible accident meant lifelong petrolhead Helen couldn’t restore her 1974 MK1 Ford Capri.
Can Tim and Fuzz surprise her with a secret fix-up?
I would like to thank Tim and Fuzz along with the team behind the scenes, but more over need to thank Ric Wood of Ric Wood Motorsport and of course his team too, for producing what can only be regarded as a modern day miracle in the RW3100. Eternally grateful guys.