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Published On: Wed, Apr 25th, 2018

‘Sticker Shock’ Premieres May 2 on Discovery Channel

 Fill up the gas tank, because it’s time to hit the road. We asked America to bring us their rides to answer the age-old question, “What’s my car worth?” in Discovery Channel’s all-new series ‘Sticker Shock’. From dad’s old pickup to souped up hot rods, this series has it all, and host Dennis Pittsenbarger and our team of expert appraisers are ready to uncover their value. Whether it’s a clunker or a classic, what it’s worth may shock you. ‘Sticker Shock’ premieres Wednesday, May 2 at 10pm ET/PT on Discovery Channel.

From cars you’ve always wanted, to cars you’ve never heard of, including Keller Super Chief, Blue Ray III, and Starcraft Starcruiser, Dennis, along with professional appraisers Randy Carlson, Addison Brown, Nick Smith and Todd Wertman, investigate their history and condition to determine a price tag you won’t see coming.

Cars are more than a set of wheels to get from point A to point B – they are members of the family. Aside from determining appraised values, ‘Sticker Shock’ unveils the history and memories of these unique rides and automobile memorabilia. From cross-country vacations to circling Indianapolis Motor Speedway, each car has its own story, and this series is here to tell them.

‘Sticker Shock’ is produced for Discovery Channel by The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC). For IPC, Executive Producers are Eli Holzman and Aaron Saidman. Showrunner Tod Mesirow Executive Produces as well, along with series Executive Producer Christopher Meindl. For Discovery Channel, Executive Producer is Kyle Wheeler with Producer Brian Peterson and Coordinating Producer Lindsay Malinchak.

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  1. Chuck Niglio says:

    I think the show is nicely done it gives the viewer a good idea what the car enthusiasts has to look for when buying a car or what it takes to keep the value up on there car.You will featuring my friend Bill Gibson’s BATMOBILE on you next episode. I have a 1932 All FORD TUDOR SEDAN I MISSED THE EMAIL PORTION AT THE END OF THE SHOW ON HOW YOUR CAR COULD BE CONSIDERED. CAN YOU SEND ME THAT INFO
    THANK YOU CHUCK NIGLIO

  2. Dennis Pittsenbarger says:

    Hope everyone who watches will enjoy the show.

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