Built for SEMA, this JDM 1974 Datsun Sunny 1200 pickup packs 2.2 liters of Nissan Silvia turbo and the front end of a Skyline. A job done right.
Every now and then, Jay Leno is letting us peek behind the scenes so we can see what’s cooking in what is most likely to be the best garage in the world. It’s always a feast of weird and wonderful, like a 1914 electric car made of wood managing a Tesla’s worth of power, or a vintage motorcycle.
If you want to see a monster truck crush rocks, don’t bother watching this. No, wait! I promise you don’t want to miss any of the beautiful details on Winslow Bent’s custom-made ’42 Dodge Power Wagon. Check it out with comedian car guy Jay Leno.
If you’re getting fed up with Batmobiles getting bigger and bigger with every new movie, here’s the street-legal Darth Vader car from Hot Wheels’ Star Wars collection with Jay Leno acting as the Sith Lord.
While the LM002 project started long before Chrysler took over Lamborghini in 1987, let’s just thank all those maniacs who keep these monsters in perfect condition so Jay Leno could drive one, because the Rambo Lambo is a must see for all.
Rally driver Ryan Millen met up with Jay Leno, with the pair taking a rally-spec Toyota Rav4 through the very dry Los Angeles River, and then on to the beach at Paradise Cove.
If there’s anything you’d like to know about decisions leading to the new Bond Aston’s final design, Jay Leno’s Garage will reveal everything about those too. Except for the gadgets. But there’s a nice bit of news buried in this video: the Vantage replacement will have a manual option.
The C111 development prototypes are unlike any other Mercedes-Benz, and lucky devil Jay Leno got to drive the one that blew his mind as a teen back in 1970.
“It makes great noises!” Jay Leno exclaims, almost inaudibly over the exhaust of this 1973 Restomod Mazda RX-3 packing the heart of a second-generation RX-7. Great noises, indeed.
If you visit a car museum like the Petersen or the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum, once you put your jaw back to its place, start wondering what’s going on in the background, because at such establishments, they sure as hell can’t wait for a restoration to finish before the next one starts. Jay Leno seems to…
Light, fast and nimble, yet perfectly engineered and reliable. If you thought Magnus Walker coined the term ‘Outlaw’ Porsche, it’s time to meet the Emory family at Jay Leno’s Garage.
Have you been living in L.A. all this time without being familiar with the city’s flag? Jay Leno has, but that changed once this special parade car hit his garage. It’s been serving the city and the nation since 1952.
The Honda S600 wasn’t officially sold in America, but if you happen to find one, buy it because the possibilities are endless with this classy little roadster. For starters, it’s very easy to triple its horsepower, which will make it faster than many expensive sports cars attacking the canyons.
Jay Leno, the world’s highest-profile “car guy,” included the Petersen Automotive Museum in his most recent episode of Jay Leno’s Garage. The show covered the museum’s rare 1948 Davis Divan and the quest to restore it via the Indiegogo crowdfunding website. To help reach The Petersen’s goal of raising $30,000, Jay…
After the war, carmakers in America couldn’t spool up production fast enough to meet demand, so entrepreneurs like Gary Davis did their own thing. He managed to build about 15 three-wheeler sedans in California before the feds took him down.
Victoria Vetri, better known as Angela Dorian, was the Playmate of the Year in 1968 and got a pink AMX as a trophy. Then came Roman Polanski, the Manson Murders, and a nine year prison sentence four decades later.
It’s not easy to win the Scion Tuner Challenge at SEMA with a budget of just $15,000 and just 90 days to do the whole build, but Speedhunters’ Keith Charvonia did an excellent job with his 300 horsepower Toyobaru. That’s why it stars in the latest Jay Leno’s Garage.
The French only built nine Talbot-Lago Type 150 CS teardrop coupes and one of the running examples happens to be in California at the Mullin Automotive Museum. If there’s a must see, this burgundy wonder is it.