Casting Car Renovation Series “My Dream Car”


We’re producing a car renovation series in the Southeast that’s going into its 2nd season called My Dream Car.

The premise of the show is that we are looking for people who are in the process of gifting a car to a loved one that has significant meaning to them. We are looking for that car to have a connection with the person getting it, specifically, it used to be their first car or it was a car that someone close to them used to own. Once the car has been identified, we would like a shop to be able to help touch it up (6-8 weeks max) which we can help with some costs while the rest comes from the owners. Stories we’d like to showcase are as followed:

Finding the exact car that someone used to own (Can be exact by serial numbers or just the same color/model)

Restoring an older car that is on the property, but hasn’t been used in years and that the person used to own or had been in the family for years

Finding someone’s dream car that they’ve always wanted to own or that maybe a family member used to own and now they want the same car.

We are also open to other stories that do resemble this. The keys are it being a surprise, dream car with a specific connection, and it being a gift. This would be a great opportunity for a car restorer or dealership -who may have these types of clients- to showcase their skills on television & their business.


Do you have a loved one who is trying to find a car they used to own or were constantly around it when they were younger?
Do you want to find the car for them and give it to them as a gift?
Is that dream car currently on your property and needs to get touched up so you can give it to that person?
Are you a restoration expert who have clients who fits this criteria?

Then we want to hear from you!

Warm Springs Productions are looking for people who have one special family member or friend who always talks about their favorite car they used to have or it has been on a property untouched for years and needs to be restored.

This series is going into its 2nd season for a major cable network and would showcase individuals chasing down a dream car for someone they love who always dreamed about reuniting with their car. The show would document the journey of finding the car, touching up the car (1-2 months worth of restoring), and then surprising them with it as a gift. If you are a car restoration expert or a car dealer who has a client who fits this criteria, this would be a perfect way to document your restoration and dealership experience on a national platform. There are a ton of benefits for being chosen to be on this show as we can help with the costs for the car.


3 thoughts on “Casting Car Renovation Series “My Dream Car”

  1. Lesley Diane Marino

    Camry with Loving Memories and Dreams

    Our 2003 Toyota Camry has a lot of memories connected to it. My Mother-in-
    love Kay purchased it new in 2003 after asking our daughter Nina what she
    thought Grandma should buy. Nina told Grandma, “you need to buy a car that the
    roof opens up so we can see the shining stars at night and feel the Sun during the
    day. You should also have the thing that will allow me to listen to my CD when
    we drive around”. At this time our daughter was around four years of age. Kay
    went and purchased a car that had what Nina wanted in a car. She told Nina after
    the car was delivered that it would some day be her car to drive when she was old
    enough. Sadly in January 2007 my Mother-in-Love lost her battle to cancer. She
    never saw her Granddaughter enjoying the car as much as she did. In her will my
    Mother-in-law requested the car be in our names to be able to make sure Nina got
    funding for all her medical care and education programs.
    Nina and I used the car a lot over the years to go to school, doctor appointments,
    surgery procedures, and adventures to many places. Nina was born with a real
    medical condition called VACTERL Syndrome, VACTERL association – About the Disease
    – Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center ( On average Nina had at least three
    doctor appointments per month, ten surgeries or more per year, and so many
    procedures I’ve forgotten, Unfortunately in September 06, 2018 we lost Nina at
    the age of 19.5 years young to Sarcoma Cancer.

    As you might feel the 2003 Toyota Camry holds allot of memories for my
    husband Joe as it was his Mother & our daughter’s car. My husband can’t bring
    himself to get rid of the car because of the memories. At the same time we don’t
    whom to get to restore the car so it can be used in the memory of two amazing.

    My DREAM is to get this wonderful 2003 Toyota Camry restored for my wonderful husband,

  2. Hillary Zaenchik

    good morning.
    I have a 1981 Celica. It is my 2nd Celica. I’ve owned it for 2 1/2 years and it could benifit from some tlc. My 1st Celica needed too much work and I sold it 2 years ago.
    This one has had repairs to it over time that have not held up very well. Before I got it it was used as a show car, which means it looked good, but ran like crap. It runs better now.
    I know it can look better, too.

    My other car is a green 1991 mr2. When my grandmother passed away my cousin bought it with her inheritance money. She was a teacher with 2 big dogs and a van.. She used the van to go to school so the kids would not mess up the mr2, and 2 big dogs do not fit in that baby car. So she should the car to me. so several accidents layer, a bad lift in a garage, and rust it’s looking a lot worse from wear. But it’s a Toyota mr2. It needs a lot of tic.
    Oh, did I mention….. both cars are used as background cars on tv and movies. The Americans, Gotham, Blacklist, Red Oaks, Power Book III,,,,
    If you chose me you’ll be able to spot your work for years to come.

  3. Angelia Sinclair

    Could I please get more info on how to apply to be on “My Dream Car”? I have a car that my dad left to me before he died and I would like to have it restored to give to my 16 year old son who never got to meet his Grandpa.


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