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What seems like out of the blue, during a DriveTribe YouTube video, Richard Hammond officially announced his new classic car restoration TV show!

A while back, Richard Hammond underwent a restoration of his classic Jaguar XK150 FHC, featuring progress on DriveTribe. The entire build process was conducted by Neil and Anthony Greenhouse, based in Herefordshire. The outcome of the Jaguar restoration was second to none!

The build videos grabbed the attention of the TV network Discovery+, and they agreed to produce an entirely new classic car restoration show. It, obviously, features Richard Hammond as the host and no other than Neil and Anthony Greenhouse to do the hands-on work!

Although there are no official reports on the date for the pilot episode, we do know that filming and production are already underway. Best you keep your eyes peeled on Discovery+.

Check out the video below by the YouTube channel, DriveTribe, on Richard Hammond Is Making A New TV Show!

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