In the cause of entertainment, Henry has to walk a fine line between those viewers who are technically-minded and those who aren't. It does appear to me that the programme is largely contrived but, even so, things don't always go according to plan. (Was I the only one who felt a warm glow of understanding when he couldn't bring himself to sell that BSA/Kawasaki bitsa in Episode 3?)
He doesn't show his exasperation when a hoarder who has 17 Yamaha trail bikes piled on top of each other refuses to sell one of them to him for less than the book price. If that was happening to me over and over again I'd lose patience eventually.
On a mechanical level, Sam Lovegrove is more valuable to Shed & Buried than Henry, but could anyone imagine Sam doing the continuity voice-overs?
Henry owns the production company responsible for Shed & Buried; with that level of investment, he should perhaps be allowed a little self-indulgence. Admittedly, I did get slightly irritated when he mistook the theme tune for The Sweeney for that of The Professionals, but, overall, it's a lot better than watching yet another TV programme about bloody cakes.