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New Episodes of CNBC's "The Car Chasers" Season 2 Airs Tuesday, October 29

Monday, 28 Oct 2013 | 1:19 PM ET

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New episodes of "The Car Chasers" Season 2 will air on Tuesday nights at 10pm & 10:30pm/1am & 1:30am from October 22 to December 10.

Two new episodes will air back to back each Tuesday.

10/29/2013: Airing at 10:00 PM ET/PT
"The Car Chasers" 203: RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER
While Jeff and Matt explore a secret stash packed with an eclectic mix of old cars, Meg and Eric exercise their selling chops back at the shop. After much bickering between Matt and Jeff over whether or not the trip was worth it, Jeff pulls a risky power move on the seller in a last ditch effort to secure a deal. Later, when one of Jeff's older cars springs a leak during an impromptu joy ride, Eric and Perry must use their mechanical prowess to diagnose and fix the problem if Jeff has any chance of getting it sold. Finally, Jeff finds himself in an unexpected haggle with a friend over an unusual antique vehicle.

10/29/2013: Airing at 10:30 PM ET/PT
"The Car Chasers" 204: LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION, CARS!
In anticipation of a visit from one of the biggest auction reps in the country, Meg and Jeff head out to California to search for some unique cars. Out in LA, they haggle with a yoga teacher for a striking british roadster, only to discover some surprises on the test drive. Later, they try to pry an American classic that has starred alongside Ryan Gosling away from a movie car warehouse. It's a race against the clock out west as the team tries to get some unique cars together in time for their big buyer's visit.

ABOUT "THE CAR CHASERS":

"The Car Chasers" are back for a brand new season of finding, fixing and flipping cars. The team from "Flat 12" in Lubbock, Texas, Jeff Allen, Meg Bailey and Perry Barndt, continue to scour the country, hunting for American muscle cars, classic hot rods and even the occasional Ferrari. Whether a car needs a total overhaul or just a little bit of TLC, their master mechanic Eric Ables, has the skills to take on just about any job. Each week, their goal is simple: buy low, sell high and maintain a steady flow of cars, customers and cash. Invest too heavily in a remodel or misread the market for a car and the "Flat 12" crew can lose a bundle. And when it comes to competition, Jeff's dad, Tom Souter, aka "Roundman," continues to be their number one rival. Profits trump bloodlines in this part of West Texas.

Following are embeddable clips:

  • The Ryan Gosling car http://www.cnbc.com/id/101148806 -- Jeff's customer can't decide between a gorgeous red MG or the pristine antique Ford Ryan Gosling drove in the movie "The Gangster Squad." After the most entertaining test drive in history, which one will he choose?
  • Three's a crowd? http://www.cnbc.com/id/101148753 -- Jeff and Meg make an offer on an antique car, but the haggle turns ugly when the seller mentions there is another person interested as well. Is that enough to fuel Jeff's fire, or put out his offer?
  • Like Jeff always says… http://www.cnbc.com/id/101148791 - "Never be afraid to walk away from a deal." Will he listen to his own advice today?
  • A slippery situation http://www.cnbc.com/id/101148798 -- Eric drives a 1925 Ford into Flat 12 in 100 degree weather. When the unexpected happens, a choice has to be made.

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