One of the more underrated and underappreciated syndicated series of the mid-80's was Jayce & the Wheeled Warriors, a DIC entry that launched in 1985, but lasted just one season, and this was despite 1) a compelling storyline and 2) a kick-ass theme song, composed by house tunesmiths Shuki Levy & Haim Saban.
It was one of those shows where the hero is looking for a missing father, and that had been done before on Saturdays in the past (i.e. Jana of the Jungle & New Adventures of Gulliver). In this case, Jayce had all these marvelous vehicles and his friends to support him against the mutant Sawboss and his Monster Minds. Long-time ABC studio announcer Ernie Anderson paints the word picture in the open, uploaded by JediJuggernaut:
Bear in mind, this was back when DIC had cool shows with awesome animation. The quality of the animation would deteriorate around the early 90's. Small wonder, then, that DIC is no longer around, having been absorbed by Canada's Cookie Jar Entertainment within the last two years. Could Jayce make a comeback? Only if someone had the bucks to get the rights and the imagination to finish the story.