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. »
Jay Leno didn't believe in the 300 SL until he bought one that was missing its engine and transmission, but having this faded Cherry Red sports car certainly turned him into a Gullwing fan. This was the one to have in the fifties. »
In 1967, British newspaper The Daily Telegraph commissioned a show car from Bertone built on a widened Jaguar E-Type 2+2 chassis. It's an interesting concept, but what would Jalopnik commission today? »
Blue Ridge Parkway. Tail of the Dragon. Mardi Gras (on accident?!?). Hail, Snow, Rain, and Sleet. Texas BBQ. Dinner on the Pacific in Mission Bay. And that was just the first three days. »Duluth.
Jay Leno's latest finished project is a British sports car designed for America that Americans didn't like at all at the time. Hemi or not, does it feel like putting lipstick on a pig today? »
Jay Leno says "if Oldsmobile would have built this thing, they'd still be in business". He also screams like a child while he drives it. Wouldn't you? »
Jay Leno got the first McLaren P1 in the US, which he celebrated by putting almost 2,000 miles on it in less than two weeks (hero). Here's how it feels like do drive the most advanced car on the planet where it matters: the roads around Los Angeles in daily traffic. »