Ed Cole, the head of Chevy driving a 56 Mercury and taking Alfred Sloan for a ride in it. Really? Who authenticated the use of the correct cars in this program? Certainly no one that knows anything. Henry Ford II riding in a Packard? Can't imagine he would've ever done that given his family history. The characters weren't always believable because they didn't look like the real people. Walter Chrysler, Henry Ford, Alfred Sloan, etc. The storyline itself was good. Repeating 2-3 minutes of the tail end of the show previous to a commercial or from the previous evening is a pure waste and monotonous. Something another auto-related channel is famous for. 44 years in the auto hobby. If nothing else make sure you have the correct brand of cars when you portray them with specific people that you identify them with. Ask experts. Don't guess!
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