For the love of cars with 'Sticker Shock' appraisers Todd Wertman and Nick Smith

Todd Wertman and Nick Smith are both car buffs. Todd works for European Collectibles in Orange County and Nick for Worldwide Auctioneers -- and they are both professional appraisers in the new Discovery Channel show "Sticker Shock."

The 13-episode show features some classic cars and asks the question: "What's my car worth?"

It's a show for everyone (even those who are non-car buffs), telling the owner's story behind the vehicle. More often the not, the owner of each car has spent years and thousands of dollars restoring the vehicle -- and it holds a lot of sentimental value for each person.

Todd and Nick are among four appraisers who investigate the vehicle's history and condition to come up with a price tag.

In the show you'll see a 1966 Batmobile replica with working rocket launchers, a 1931 Chevrolet Roadster that was once featured with the Beach Boys during a performance on the "Ed Sullivan Show," and even a street-legal WWII military tank that the owner inherited from his dad.

Both Todd and Nick me on Olympic & Bundy to talk about their backgrounds, filming for "Sticker Shock" and the various car owners on the show, some of the specific car cultures that exist in America and more!

Listen to the full episode with Todd Wertman and Nick Smith on July 8!

"Sticker Shock" airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. PT/ET on Discovery and is available on the Discovery GO app.

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