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A pickup with a turbo V6 might not seem that impressive by today's standards, but in the early 1990s a GMC Syclone like the one in Jay Leno's Garage was king of the American road.

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In this latest episode, Jay Leno has Tim Cotterill and his bonkers Rocket II Trike by the garage to see what 1,000 horsepower on three wheels looks like.

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Jay Leno has a 1967 Plymouth Barracuda upgraded and enhanced by Hurst down to the Garage to appear alongside his modern Hurst edition Dodge Challenger.

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Jay Leno walks away quite impressed after his ride on the Royal Enfield Musket. The modern bikes turns the vintage Bullet into a V-twin, and engineering the conversion is all the work of just one man.

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Jay Leno tries out a true one-off with a drive in the Excalibur RS from Robert Shaw. The roadster blends the design of an unproduced vehicle from Brooks Stevens with a little Ford GT40 and Corvette.

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Jay Leno is back and he's on parade, testing out a 1952 Chrysler Imperial Dual-Cowl Phaeton Parade Car on the streets of Burbank, CA.

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This 1941 Willys Coupe hot rod belongs to the president of the In-N-Out burger chain, and belonged to her father before her. Jay Leno has it by the garage to check it out in this latest video.

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Jay Leno brings the new Kawasaki Ninja H2 back to his garage for a more in-depth encounter, along with its 1970s progenitor to put it into historical perspective.

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Jay Leno has a classic 1964 Honda S600 roadster in his own collection, but in this latest video segment, he's checking out an entirely different version of the little beast altogether.

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Jay Leno invites Christian von Koenigsegg into his garage to talk about the Swedish supercar company and to take a drive in the 1,018-horsepower CCXR Trevita.

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An obscure motorcycle based on a Buell 1125 stops by Jay Leno's Garage in the form of the Ronin 47, made in limited numbers in Denver with a novel design.

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Jay Leno takes a ride on his unrestored 1936 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead that's on the road again after sitting in his garage for decades. He even includes a little archival footage of people enjoying these classic cycles.

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This week on Jay Leno's Garage, Jay drives a bubblegum pink AMC AMX. It has quite a history, too, as the prize for being Playboy Playmate of the Year and a slight connection to the Manson murders.

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Jay Leno can't quit smiling while driving Icon's latest Derelict, based on a 1948 Buick Super Convertible. It might look beat on the outside, but underneath there's a custom chassis and and Corvette ZR1 engine.

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This beat-up old Mercedes 300SL Gullwing is part of Jay Leno's own collection. After recovering it from the desert, Jay and his team are giving it a little TLC in an effort to bring it back to life.

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The BAC Mono comes closer to the claim of a formula racing car for the road than just about anything else ever made. Naturally, Jay Leno just had to check one out, and did just that for his latest video segment.

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Jay Leno slips behind the wheel of Ringbrothers' 1966 Chevy Chevelle Revoil with its 980-horsepower, supercharged V8, and this beast sounds just as amazing as it looks.

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Jay Leno treats viewers with the first drive of his freshly restored 1962 Daimler SP250, but the quirky roadster still has some kinks to work out.

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Jay Leno checks out this highly modified 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass that James Garner raced and called The Banshee.

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Beyond just a bigger engine and beautiful, vintage-inspired look, this Jaguar XK120 hot rod on Jay Leno's Garage hides some big secrets underneath.

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Alex Ross of SharkWerks makes Porsches faster. Magnus Walker makes them look cooler. They first met at Jay Leno's Garage, dreamt up the 997 GT2 you see here and brought it back to where it all started to show Jay how it turned out.

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