The day... September 30.
The time...
The first star of our show
is "Little Bastard."

James Dean's racing Porsche.
He named it after himself...
and had his racing number...
130... painted on it.

Who is that, the announcer?
Do I know him?

Here behind the seats was...
a very sophisticated air-cooled
four-cylinder racing engine.

That's Vaughan.
He spoke to you at the hospital.

I thought he was
a medical photographer...

doing some sort of
accident research.

He wanted every conceivable
detail about our crash.

Body... light,
no more than 1,350 pounds.

It was nimble.
It was responsive.

When I first met Vaughan,
he was a specialist...

in international
computerized traffic systems.

The racers of the day...
said that it was not
an easy car to drive fast.

I don't know what he is now.
Which brings us
to the second star...

a stunt man, former
race driver Colin Seagrave.

Colin Seagrave.
He will drive our replica
of James Dean's car.

How you doing?
Sure you're up for this?

You bet.
I myself shall play the role
of Dean's racing mechanic...

Rolf Voudrich, sent over
from the Porsche factory...

in Zuffenhausen, Germany.
Now, this mechanic
was himself fated to die...

in a car crash in Germany
26 years later.

The third,
and in some ways...

most important player...