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Jay Leno's EcoJet – Click above to watch the video after the break

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Jay Leno's EcoJet – Click above to watch the video after the break

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No matter which side of the whole Tonight Show host debacle you were on, you still secretly love Jay Leno for his extensive car and motorcycle collection, right? Moreover, you gotta admire his support of green car technologies from plug-in electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles like the Aptera and the Chevrolet Volt, respectively, to the turbine-powered, biodiesel-slurping EcoJet Supercar. Well, here's another reason to love the patron saint of automobiles. Jay's garage, made famous by th

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Jay Leno's EcoJet - Click above to watch the video after the break

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Jay Leno's EcoJet - Click above to watch the video after the break

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Jay Leno's EcoJet - Click above to watch the video

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Jay Leno's EcoJet - Click above for a high-res image gallery

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The LA Times just ran a piece about how car collector extraordinaire and The Tonight Show host Jay Leno is seeing green these days. Not envious in the least, Jay in fact has several warehouses around Burbank that house hundreds of incredible vehicles that would incite lust in just about anyone with a car-loving bone in their bodies. No, the green here is the environmental push that is seemingly sweeping the world over. It seems that after spending more time with fellow celebs and enviro-warriors

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Sure, all Funny Cars are a bit different. After all, they are so named 'cause they didn't quite look stock, hence the name "funny", according to the great and all-knowing Wiki. But, this one is even more strange in that it runs on 100 percent canola-based biodiesel, which enables the machine to travel the good old 1,320 in just 6.4 seconds at 250 mph. That is extremely fast in anyone's book.

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If you missed seeing Jay Leno's EcoJet when it toured the Midwest this past week, never fear. Domestic Fuel's Chuck Zimmerman got a chance to speak to Jay's logistics planner, Steve Reich, about the car (and more). Reich says the B100, 650hp jet-powered car should be able to go 220 mph.

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