'41 Willys hot rod pops In-N-Out of Jay Leno's Garage
As you can probably tell just from looking at it, it's far from what you might call "original condition." It belongs to one Lynsi Snyder, who inherited it from her father – along with the iconic In-N-Out burger chain. It's got a thousand horsepower under the hood, and Lynsi drag races it on weekends, astonishingly running the quarter mile in the nine-second range. But remarkably, it's still fully street legal - even if it doesn't (as Jay soon found out) carry a spare tire.
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