Thursday, April 19, 2018

Jay Leno’s Garage: 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429

In the latest episode of Jay Leno's Garage, Jay meets Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations and checks out a 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 which he recently restored for a client.

Jay Leno’s Garage: 1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible

Tim Miller of Surf City Garage stops by the garage to show Jay his very rare 4-speed "York Town Blue" 1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible.

The Grand Tour trailer has been recreated in GTA5… and its brilliant!

With just over a month to go until the first episode of The Grand Tour will be available to stream on Amazon Prime, it appears that some fans are growing just a little bit restless. Some moreso than others. YouTuber GTA Wise Guy is one of these fans, but rather than moan about the wait time on the internet,...

Hennessey’s HPE750 Camaro SS hits 202 mph

American tuning house Hennessey Performance have taken the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS up to a staggering 202mph (325km/h), and luckily for you they got it all on film. It's all thanks to their new HPE750 package, which overhauls the Camaro SS' 6.2L V8 by adding a supercharger running 7-psi of boost, CNC ported cylinder heads, new headers, an upgraded camshaft,...

Watch Takumi Kurosawa build a Nissan GT-R engine

Amazingly, every one of the award-willing Nissan GT-R 3.8L 24-valve twin-turbo V6 engines are assembled by hand. In the video below, you'll follow Takumi Kurosawa as he hand-builds one of the new 421kW (565hp) 2017-spec engines.

Miniature V8 engine made from paper

I've seen some pretty awesome things made from paper, but this one takes the cake. What we have here is a tiny, working paper V8 engine that runs on compressed air - and it's amazing. Engineer Aliaksei Zholner built the tiny V8 simply using paper and a bit of Scotch tape on the valves to help reduce friction. There’s a...

Jay Leno shows us his 1931 Shotwell

Jay gives us a tour of the Shotwell, designed by 17-year old Bob Shotwell in 1931 who once took it on a 150,000-mile road trip.

The Grand Tour: No Steering Wheel

James May reveals a confession on the set of The Grand Tour, and Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond are perplexed. Lesson of the day, always remember to attach the steering wheel.

Adults racing real-life Mario Karts

A group of pranksters from the Facebook group Base37 have held an impromptu Mario Kart race through a Westfield shopping centre in Britain. More or less, the entire cast was on hand. There was Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Bowser, Wario, a monkey (which we think was meant to be Diddy or Donkey Kong), and everyone's favourite ridable dinosaur, Yoshi. And...

The Grand Tour: Gentle Rentals

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May didn't take that rental car off road...probably. And it was definitely making that noise when it was rented it in the first place...well mostly.

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