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Mike travels to various locations to meet local automotive craftsmen, get his hands dirty in their workshops and drive cars.

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In Fresno, all Mike wants is a nice cold pint, and he's willing to pick grapes, become an expert on coil spring manufacturing, or even brew the beer himself to get one.
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Hot rodder Gene Winfield is one of the greatest customizers who ever lived; he has won just about every award in the custom car world, and he's run his own creations on the salt flats and dry lake beds where hot rodding was born.
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Mike tours Detroit from behind the wheel of a Mustang GT350, taking in a broad sweep of automotive history, from the birthplace of the legendary Model T to a junkyard where wrecked cars find new life.
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In the Midlands of England visiting two small shops that are helping keep classic cars on the road.
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Mike travels to the outskirts of Houston, Texas, to meet a father and son team who are experts in mud bogging; Mike drives a monster truck for the first time.
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Lake Tahoe, California, is a resort area that's also a unique home for artists and dreamers.
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Mike looks at classic cars' future in a world with more electric cars; he travels to Oceanside, California, to EV West, a company that specializes in putting powerful electric motors into everything from Porsches to VW vans.
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Mike is in Chicago, home of famous movie cars, deep-dish pizza, and one of the foremost coach-builders, Brian Limberg; the Tin Man keeps this bygone art form alive, building car bodies from scratch using old-school techniques.
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Mike is near Indianapolis at the home of NHRA Top Fuel champion Antron Brown; Antron shows him around the mammoth Don Schumacher Racing shop, but Mike has an ulterior motive for his visit.
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Mike ponders if an old car loses its soul if the engine or body is replaced; he returns to England to visit British Motor Heritage.
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Mike begins a journey of discovery about lowriders in East LA; he gets some experience with hydraulics and pinstriping, eats a burrito the size of a car battery, and cruises down Whittier Boulevard with the Lifestyle Car Club.
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Mike travels to Charlotte, North Carolina, where bootleggers played an integral role in NASCAR's creation.

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