Rutledge talks about playing Name That NOS Part with George, taking his daughters on parade, and fixing up a car for his wife in this web exclusive from "Convertible Comeback."
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Lost in Transmission
In "Lost in Transmission," "Top Gear" co-host and automotive aficionado Rutledge Wood and his friend and fellow car fanatic George Flanigen are on a mission: to comb the garages of America to rescue the under-appreciated examples of automotive styling that time forgot, fix them up, and get them back on the road.
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