Ray heads to Graceland to document the preservation of a Stutz Blackhawk owned by rock 'n' roll icon Elvis Presley.
The history of the Chevrolet Corvette L88, and stories of people who have driven the famous racing vehicle.
Jeff Gordon and Ray reunite to revive their Chevrolet Monte Carlo that won in their final race together at Phoenix, AZ in 1999. Jeff and Ray look to bum parts off their boss Rick Hendrick to make their vision a reality: get the car, fix it up, auction it.
One of the greatest battles in NASCAR history was Hall of Famer Richie Evans and rival speedster Jerry Cook. Ray is determined to uncover--and revive--the cars that made these men famous.
General Motors' Vice President of Global Design Ed Welburn discusses the concept cars that his company decided not to produce.
Ray celebrates the 50th birthday of the Ford Mustang through the lens of three distinct Mustang owners who hold a slice of the car's incredible history.
Hollywood car designers give Ray the ultimate tour of some memorable movie cars. Includes a look at the recently found Hells Chariot last surviving car from original Grease movie, the backstory of Bumble Bee from Tranformers, and more.
Ray explores buying a unique, hand built car that the Schultz family has kept in their New Jersey home for years, the Schultz Special. And while in Jersey, Ray finds Mario Andretti's 1965 Indy car, but it's in pieces.
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Post World War II, a large generation of American soldiers were looking for cars that mirrored the incredible sports cars they saw overseas in Europe. One manufacturer responded with a durable, cost effective option: a line of fiberglass sports cars.
Ray finds some extremely rare Ardun heads whilst visiting the estate of Willie Glass.