You've seen them in countless movies -- windowless vans with suspicious floral branding, unmarked Crown Vics loitering on street corners -- but what is a surveillance vehicle? What should it do, and what makes it useful (or useless)?
Sure, airports are all about planes, but they're not the only amazing vehicles on the runway. In this episode Scott and Ben dive behind the scenes and under the wing to learn more about the fleets of support vehicles that make plane flights possible.
You’ve heard of synchronized swimming – but what about synchronized driving? Tune in to learn more about the complex (and dangerous) techniques required to perform multi-car stunts, with cars often mere inches away.
What's the least you ever paid for a running and driving car? Was it worth it? Join Scott and Ben as they recount some of the best -- and worst -- cheapest running cars.
What the heck is a piano car? Join Scott and Ben to find out the history of these unusual automobiles.
With gigantic wheels and a strangely proportioned frame, the Sherp certainly isn’t your average ATV. But what makes this Russian-made vehicle different from the competition? Tune in to find out.
The Gumpert Apollo is a supercar out of Altenburg, Germany. Join Scott and Ben as they demystify this modern marvel and get down to the nuts and bolts of how it works.
The International Harvester Company was incredibly influential in the advent of modern farming technology. Join Scott and Ben as they take a deep-dive into the company's rich history.
The guys talk about everything automotive-related, and this week they’re doing something a little different: reviewing their own cars. Tune in to learn more about the good, the bad, and the ugly for Scott and Ben’s vehicles.
It's time for another installment of nuts and bolts, wherein Scott and Ben try (unsuccessfully) to squeeze in all the emails, news stories, stats and anecdotes that haven't made it into earlier episodes. Tune in to see if your letter made it to the air!