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Packard's CEO James J. Nance dubbed the Caribbean "America's Most Glamorous Sports Car."
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The spartan viper lacks many conventions, including exterior door handles; instead of side windows, plastic curtains zipper into place.
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The Ecojet weighs around 2500 pounds, but its Honeywell LT101 turbine engine is capable of hauling a 20,000-pound helicopter.
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An exact copy of the rare Bugatti considered by many experts to be the most beautiful car ever made.
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The Crown Couple’s “Mobile Director” option: a swiveling passenger seat with foldout conference table.
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Built by Mark Gerrish, this replica features one of Jay's all time favorite engines: Ford's SOHC overhead cam 427.
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This king of all steam cars could go from 0 to 75 mph in about 10 seconds, and was capable of speeds in excess of 90 mph.
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Jay became this car's third owner in 1988, when he found it languishing in a Pennsylvania barn.
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Honda's first mass-marketed automobile was never officially imported into the United States.
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Restorer Jason Len grafted the body of a Series 1 onto the chassis of a Series 3 to yield this one-of-a-kind Jag.
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Lagonda is actually a corruption of the Native American name for Springfield Ohio's Buck Creek.
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The word “espada” means sword in Spanish - the weapon of the matador. This one was Jay's daily driver throughout the 1980s.
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One of the fastest and most technologically advanced cars of its time, the Raceabout can still do 100 mph on the highway.
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According to Jay, 1934 is the only year the Airflow was built with this grill because people found it to be way too radical.
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The roaring '20s was W.O. Bentley’s decade of glory, when the earsplitting roar of his cars became synonymous with the devil-may-care attitu…
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Bugatti racetrack champion and all-around Renaissance man Pierre Veyron once owned this particular car.
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Some say that the then President of Mexico successfully concluded that the Turbine could run on tequila...
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Back in the day, having a Hemi Coronet was like being a gunfighter with a loaded gun in your pocket - especially when you could get rubber i…
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According to Chevrolet's marketing department, Rampsides "work harder because they ride easier."
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What car did Jay drive to his first day of work on “The Tonight Show?” The Shogun.
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Jay Leno's Garage 2015 Calendars
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Aston Martin DB10
Post Date 10/23/15
1970 Mercedes-Benz C111-II
Post Date 10/16/15
Monterey Car Week: Laguna Seca and Project 7
Post Date 09/18/15
Post Date 09/10/15
1973 Mazda Rx3
Post Date 08/11/15
Emory Motorsports 356 Porsches
Post Date 08/04/15
Royal Enfield Musket
Post Date 07/06/15
1952 Chrysler Imperial Parade Car
Post Date 06/22/15