Hitch a Ride Back in Time
The VW microbus is an iconic symbol of the 1960s and '70s. And, it turns out, one of the most popular -- and valuable -- classic vehicles around these days. See how a father and son team is bringing memories back as they restore these vintage vans.
Clothes That Never Go Out of Fashion
They say if you hold onto clothes long enough, they'll be back in fashion. But some of the really trendy stuff is hot for one season and never heard from again. And then there are the classics.
Tubes, Transformers and Tragedy
By the time he was a teenager, both his parents had been killed in accidents. He was left alone, with only his radio to fill the painful silence. Yet another accident changed the course of his life, to the benefit of radio collectors everywhere.
The Horse Painter
Meet a woman who is using old-fashioned techniques to restore antique carousel horses. She says each horse has its own personality and she's just trying to let each one shine through the decades of neglect.
Childhood Gift Changed Music History
Many of us collect and proudly display treasured objects because of their special significance. The legendary Roger McGuinn collects small transistor radios. The Byrds' founder describes how a childhood gift changed his life and inspired music history.
Kazoo: The Rebuttal
After watching our coverage of the attempt to shatter a kazoo world record, a man became incensed, irate and insulted. Not by our story, but by the event itself! Did it make a mockery of great kazoo icons of the past? Here's his side.
Ford's Flop Finds New Fans
In 1958, the Ford Edsel was supposed to revolutionize the automobile industry, but instead it became a historical mistake.
World Record Hanging By Thread
In this day and age of high-tech, big-dollar toys, more than 2,000 people were drawn to a history museum to play with a low-tech, $4 toy that's almost half a century past its prime. The result? An event that will go down in history!
Roadside Works of Art
The Florida Highwaymen were 26 African-American artists who traveled the state in the '50s and '60s selling paintings along the roadside. Ignored at the time, today their works are highly sought-after collectibles.
Life's Odometer: Smiles Per Gallon
Is she still going strong at nearly 91? Is her beloved "Chariot" still going strong at well over half-a-million miles? We just had to know if GB favorite Rachel Veitch and her classic car are still racking up the mileage.