Get a behind-the-scenes look at the series premiere of <i>Made in America.</i> In the first episode, host George Motz learns to make a Cadillac, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a Maglite flashlight.
Camera operators Scott Stoneback and Victor Murillo film Made in America host George Motz working on the Cadillac factory's assembly line in Lansing, MI.
The Cadillac emblem.
The chassis of a Cadillac on the assembly line at the factory.
Host George Motz takes a brand new Cadillac for a drive on the test track.
George and Anthony Maglica, the inventor of Maglite flashlights, discuss the 'Mini Mag' at the Maglite factory in Ontario, CA.
A close-up look at the aluminum tubes that will become Maglite flashlights.
George Motz poses with his favorite flashlight: the Mini Mag.
Boxed and inspected Mini Mags await packaging at the Maglite factory.
Host George Motz talks to Scott LaFleur, the VP of operations at Sub-Zero.
George uses a manipulator to move a refrigerator door at the Sub-Zero factory in Madison, WI.
A glass refrigerator door ready to be installed.
A look at the finished product: a shiny new Sub-Zero refrigerator in a model kitchen.