A&E Top 10: Cars That Changed the Automobile Industry [DVD] [English] [1999]

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A&E Top 10: Cars that Changed the Automotive Industry
In this series, the A&E cable network introduces its selection of some of the most interesting, beautiful, or engaging things in the world. In this episode, ten of the most revolutionary cars are shown. From the tenth to the number one, each of the automobiles in this episode contributed some kind of new technology or new breakthrough in machinery. From the Model-T to the most modern cars on the road today, A&E Top Ten has its experts carefully decide which ten cars out of all of the cars ever made will make the cut for the top ten in the world. Automobile experts talk about how a sports car might be ranked with a family car, since each has a style and precision all its own. Both foreign and American made, these cars are ten of the finest in the world. Which will be the most revolutionary car ever made? Find out when the number one pick is revealed. ~ Cecilia Cygnar, Rovi

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