Jay Leno’s insanely huge car collection contains some very weird and very cool cars, and his Mercedes-Benz transporter might just be the weirdest and coolest one he’s got. According to Leno, this is a replica of a high-speed transport truck
After 30 years of ownership and one mechanical rebuild, Jay gives his 1969 Lamborghini Espada a cosmetic restoration and is ready to show you why this car was once known as the Italian Rolls Royce. The Espada set Leno back
Police cars are perhaps the most unloved of any vehicle. The folks who drive them put them through incredibly severe use, and the rest of us dread the sight of them. They’re used hard, stripped down, and auctioned off like
There are builds, and there are builds: This 1967 Ford Fairlane, created by Pure Vision Design in California, is the latter. It imagines what Ford’s racing division might have built in 1967, if it were unencumbered by the regulations of
Gary Wales stops by the garage to show Jay his new creation, the 1915 LaBestioni Rusty Two, that he was able to restore from an abandoned rusted out American LaFrance fire truck. Wales designed and built the entire amazing creation.