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History revs up “Lost In Transmission” for May

The Adjacent Productions series follows Top Gear U.S. co-host Rutledge Wood and car fanatic George Flanigen (pictured) as they travel the United States in search or rare, vintage cars to restore for the road.
March 31, 2015

U.S. cable net History will begin airing the automotive series Lost in Transmission (pictured) featuring NASCAR analyst and Top Gear co-host Rutledge Wood in May.

Alongside fellow car fanatic George Flanigen, the star of the American version of the popular UK format will travel across the United States in search of rare classic cars such as a 1981 DeLorean and a 1964 Ford F100 that they can restore to roadworthiness.

The six-episode series is produced by Adjacent Productions with Zachary Behr and Russ McCarroll exec producing for History alongside Tabitha Lentle and Adjacent’s Nathaniel Grouille, Travis Shakespeare and Jane Tranter.

Lost In Transmission will premiere on May 7 at 10 p.m. EST/PST.

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