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.
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.
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.
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.
Adam Carolla's last visit to Jay Leno's Garage didn't really go well when his 1966 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 ran out of gas. However, he has returned to take Leno's constant teasing and show off his recently restored 1968 Lamborghini Islero.
Jay Leno's Garage is at its best when Leno gets to be geeky about his love for vintage vehicles and present all kinds of facts, demonstrations and vintage videos to viewers. This week is a perfect example as Jay makes his argument why the Citroen DS is such a great – and important – vehicle.
Jay Leno gets to have an impromptu meeting with the California police after a high-speed blast in the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 convertible that he's driving for this week's Jay Leno's Garage. Leno might wish this one was a manual, but dropping the top really lets him hear that supercharged V8 roar.
Jay Leno might have a massive collection of treasured vehicles, but there are some favorites in there. This week on Jay Leno's Garage, he takes a ride on one of them – a 1925 Brough Superior SS100. These bikes were among the premiere motorcycles of their day and were certified to hit 100 miles per hour. Leno even put a drop of his own blood into the cycle's tank to strengthen their bond.
Jay Leno takes viewers on a tour of over a dozen projects currently happening in his garage in this video. The work spans the breadth of the automotive hobby, including a restoration of a 1969 Lamborghini Espada, a Ford Bronco waiting for a Coyote V8, several Panhards in various states of repair and a freshly completed Brough Superior motorcycle waiting for a ride.
You know a vehicle is going to be something special when you need a pair of goggles to drive it, and this highly customized Lotus lives up to that promise. The owner refers to his one-off as the Ronin RS 211, but underneath that barely there body are a few parts left from a 2005 Lotus Elise.