Chronicling the history of the Harley-Davidson motorcycle. The company was founded in 1901 by William Harley and Arthur, Walter and William Davidson, as a way to "[take] the work out of bicycling." Included: how the product became an American icon.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, one of California's and the nation's premiere classic-car events. Included: the unveiling of a special limited-edition 2002 Thunderbird. Host: Edward Herrmann.
The history of the Packard automobile from the company's modest origin in Ohio to a sales campaign that propelled it to the top of the American luxury-car market. Also: Packard's decline in popularity after World War II.
The illustrious but short-lived history of the Duesenberg. Introduced in 1928, the car was the fastest and most expensive automobile of its time. But the company that made the car collapsed in 1937, making an original "Duesy" a sought-after collectable.