Host George Motz takes a Corvette for a spin, rocks out on Ludwig drums and works on his Wiffle Ball game.
Camera operators Victor Murillo and Scott Stoneback film host George Motz and technician Ken Nickel on the Corvette line.
George strikes a pose at the Corvette factory in Bowling Green, KY.
George speaks with supervisor John Boustani at Corvette.
George takes a brand new Corvette for a spin and gets it up to 110 mph.
Wiffle Ball's president, David Mullany, shows George the steps involved in Wiffle Ball production.
George takes a swing at a Wiffle Ball at the warehouse in Shelton, CT.
Solid Wiffle Ball halves are fed into the machine that joins them with their slotted counterparts.
Wiffle Ball's vice president, Stephen Mullany, explains that the idea for the packaging that connects the Wiffle Ball to the bat was based on a Chinese finger trap.
Host George Motz speaks with Ludwig's marketing director, Kevin Packard, at the factory in Monroe, NC.
Kevin gives George a quick lesson on some new Ludwig drums.
A shell for a bass drum is ready to be sanded at the Ludwig factory.
Stacks of Ludwig drum shells await the iconic shiny 'pearl' wrap.