katie.rix_263 Oct 31

SALVAGE HUNTERS’ DREW PRITCHARD LEADS A LINE-UP OF QUEST STARS ON NEC DISCOVERY LIVE STAGE

SALVAGE HUNTERS’ DREW PRITCHARD LEADS A LINE-UP OF QUEST STARS ON NEC DISCOVERY LIVE STAGE

Salvage Hunters’ Drew Pritchard will lead a line-up of TV stars from Quest to join Wheeler Dealers Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead on the Discovery Live Stage.

One of the ‘not-to-be-missed’ features at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, held at Birmingham’s NEC from 10 - 12 November, the Discovery Live Stage will be jam-packed with game shows, interviews, car parades and a restoration challenge. 

Drew, known for his amazing knowledge on antique collectibles and artefacts, is also a huge petrolhead with an eye for collectors cars.

Always on the hunt for that elusive gem, Drew has turned a childhood love of visiting car scrapyards to unearth rare and beautiful items into a thriving international business enterprise – and a hit TV show on Quest.

Drew will be joined by fellow car nut Paul Cowland, from TV’s Turbo Pickers. The pair are launching a new show heading to Quest early 2018 – Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars.

In the show, Drew and Paul team up to start a new business; they will find, buy, fix-up and sell classic cars and retro motorbikes.

Also bringing a new show to Quest and making a welcome NEC Classic return is Jimmy De Ville, star of TV’s Engine Addicts and car customiser. With a nod to the name of the legendary British engineering company, comes the brand, new series Goblin Works Garage, launching exclusive to Quest in early 2018. 

Jimmy will bring some of the unique vehicles from his own garage, after last year bringing his jet-engined boat! He will be joined by his fellow workshop mates Ant Partridge, a custom motorcycle designer and builder, and Helen Stanley, one half of Skull & Pistons Garage.

Extreme engineer Jimmy said: “We had a great time at the NEC last year and can’t wait to come back with even more of our crazy vehicles for our fellow petrolheads to enjoy.”

Make sure you include a visit to the Discovery Live Stage in your visit, and remember to bring your show programmes for autographs and that all important selfie.