En video i min smak 🙂 Spesielt når jeg har en slik bil stående nedplukket i garasjen hjemme 🙂 Paul Czaplicki and Tim Mochizuki from the Toyota Museum stop by the garage to show Jay Toyota’s first “sporty” car, the 1971 Toyota Celica.
Petrolicious profiles the rare Italian Porschephile In the fourth generation of a family of coachbuilders, Rosita grew up surrounded in every way by cars, from the Ferraris her mechanic father picked her up from school in, to the toy cars he brought home for his children. Thing is, even though the family worked on primarily […]
Via Autoblog & Youtube: Jonathan Ward and Icon have an eye for the little details in everything they make, and that’s especially true of the company’s Derelict projects. This time they are turning their attention to the ’67 Volkswagen Bus. The van might look a little tired at first, but Icon gives the VW a […]
Joe Rogan’s 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Restomod – Jay Leno’s Garage Restomod classics often look great rolling down the road, but they can be an absolute mess underneath. That’s the problem comedian Joe Rogan discovered after purchasing his 1965 Corvette convertible that was already extensively modified. Once work began to improve it further, some serious […]
The 1913 Mercer Raceabout highlighted in this week’s Jay Leno’s Garage was the Lotus Elise of its day. Where most performance vehicles of the Brass Era used enormous engines and massive bodies, Mercer went the opposite route by installing a relatively small powerplant on a stripped-down chassis. Beyond the hood and fenders, there was really […]
Only about 3,000 of these sporty pickups were built in 1991, which is when Jay bought his – primarily because of GMC’s boast that this was the fastest accelerating production vehicle in America, beating out even the Ferrari 348!
“I wanted to experience what they experienced, and I didn’t know any other way to do it except by trying to build a car like they had,” says Peter Giacobbi, builder and owner of this incredible 1959 Ferrari 250 TR recreation. That’s right: recreation. A master fabricator, engineer, and builder, Giacobbi made this car in […]
Jay Leno is not known as a quiet man. He’s a comic, after all. So how do you think it’ll go when he’s given an enormous, Chrysler Imperial parade car, complete with two meaty public-address speakers on the front bumper? Exactly. In an amusing start to the latest episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, we […]
The 1950 Aston Martin DB2 may not be the first Aston-Martin but it is the firs DB, and this one being driven by Paul from CineCarsTV is absolutely stunning. While the language he’s speaking is in Dutch you get some English subs so that you can understand what the driver is saying about this ride. […]
With the floodgates opening on impressions about Ferrari’s latest 488 GTB, Chris Harris is the latest person to climb into the driver’s seat and give his initial opinions on the Prancing Horse’s latest turbocharged effort. The 488 GTB is a hard vehicle to pin down, though. It looks vaguely like the naturally aspirated 458 but […]