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Viewers get the key to enter some of the world's greatest one-of-a-kind factories for an insider's perspective on what it takes to produce brand-name wonders such as Ferrari, BMW, Harley-Davidson, John Deere and the M1 tank.

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aired 41 days ago
Italian craftsmen build the fastest, most-extreme Lamborghini yet -- the Murcielago SV.
aired 41 days ago
A look at how Porsche builds the "Panamera," the company's first four door performance sports sedan.
aired 41 days ago
The 2010 Camaro SS is stamped from raw steel and assembled by robots and nearly 5,800 employees to created the car's special unibody construction.
aired 48 days ago
Harley-Davidson creates the revolutionary V-Rod motorcycle.
aired 48 days ago
Building the 200-mph, 500-horsepower Corvette Z06 takes a special factory.
aired 48 days ago
The Dodge Challenger comes to life in two factories, one in Canada and one in Mexico.
aired 55 days ago
San Juan, Puerto Rico is home to one of the world's most popular premium rums, Bacardi.
aired 55 days ago
Coca-Cola reaches more countries than there are in the United Nations, and it takes a power factory to provide a beverage with a famously secret formula consumed in over 99 percent of the populated world.
aired 55 days ago
Lynchburg, Tennessee, where tradition and technology intersect to make 150 million bottles of Jack Daniel's old No. 7 each year.
aired 344 days ago
Hundreds of craftspeople in three different factories take at least two months to hand-build a Rolls-Royce Phantom.
aired 344 days ago
Bentley's ultimate factories construct the Mulsanne, a new design of the luxury car.
aired 351 days ago
The Maserati Gran Turismo convertible is built in Modena, Italy.
aired 351 days ago
See design secrets and a test drive inside Ferrari's top-secret factory in Maranello, Italy.
aired 358 days ago
With Fourth of July approaching, the Frito Lay Factory in Perry, Ga., operates 24 hours a day to meet the demand.
aired 388 days ago
Europe's largest brewery sits on 250 acres in the Netherlands.
aired 388 days ago
Anheuser-Busch's Budweiser brewery.
aired 711 days ago
The Dodge Viper is a sports car with 600 horsepower and a V-10 engine.
aired 764 days ago
100th anniversary of Henry Ford's groundbreaking innovation: the moving assembly line.

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