Ant demonstrates his many skills in building an amazing replica of the Alfa 158 single seater. It's great to see how he buys some old parts and is able to turn them into a working car. The step by step how to is not only entertaining to watch but for any DIY car enthusiast very educational and a must watch. One criticism is that he acts as if he suddenly comes up with the idea of building this car because he has a 12 weeks gap in his schedule. This is BS. There must have been years of planning and preparing. The ingenious setup of the drivetrain, the drawings, the buck in England, all special parts, all other parts, it is impossible to get this all sorted within that 12 weeks period. Yes the build was in 12 weeks, but everyting else was sorted prior to that. An other criticism is that more than 40% of the build is not in the documentary, no doubt to keep it short, fast and have time to put a bit of human interest in it. But now I still don't know how he sorted the steering mechanism, did the edges on the glassfibre parts and how he did the upholstry.