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The life story of the world's most fascinating cars.

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Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles is one of the most famous and most treacherous roads in the world; in the 1960s-1980s it was home to movie stars, rock stars and some of the most dangerous illegal street racing in America.
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Just moments after finishing his first drive in the most famous racing Porsche on earth, the new owner gets a visit from the last people he expected to see at Laguna Seca raceway: the DEA.
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40 years after they went missing, a 1969 Camaro and a 1952 Chevy Styleline are found side by side at the bottom of a lake in western Oklahoma; no one knows how they ended up there, or why the three people in each car didn't escape... until now.
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The world's most famous Ferrari crash occurs in 2006 when a Ferrari Enzo splits in half on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, Calif.; both passengers emerge unharmed, but the tale of of the Split Enzo morphs quickly into a bizarre crime story.
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Two legendary and priceless cars, the Bugatti Type 57G Tank, and the Prototype Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe have more than speed records and world championships in common: they were both locked away under bizarre circumstances and nearly forgotten.
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In 1978, a stolen Ferrari Dino is found buried in the backyard of a small home in South Central Los Angeles; no one knows how it got there, who put it there, or why it was buried, then it vanishes again.
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Retired Maj. Gen. William Lyon and his son, Bill, visit an abandoned roller rink, where they find Adolf Hitler's Mercedes-Benz.
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Cars of movie fame, a submarine Lotus, an armed Aston Martin and a killer's Chevy Malibu, end up driving away from their fantasy big screen lives and into real experiences of James Bond-level break-ins, underworld theft, and high-tech modifications.