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JAY LENO CRASHES IN A 2,500 HP RACE CAR

In addition to his weekly Jay Leno’s Garage YouTube videos, the denim-clad comedian has a show on CNBC where he leaves his massive collection to go on other automotive adventures. For a recent episode, Leno had the unique experience of having a massive crash while riding with a childhood hero. The Hemi Under Glass is among the most famous classic drag racers. The Plymouth Barracuda lost its front-mounted engine and instead a V8 replaced the rear seats. The team at Hurst thought the novel design would make for lightning-quick times at the…

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1971 Camaro Z28 Has Been Hiding In SoCal Since ’78

By Josh Mortensen Hiding in a garage in Southern California is a highly optioned all original one family owned 1971 Camaro Z/28. It started life in Canada, traveled across Europe and then ended up parked in this California garage, where it still rests today waiting to be revived. If you were drive by the garage and see it with the cover and all that junk on it, you might not even give it a second look, but scroll down to see what you would have missed! I won’t lie, I’m beyond…

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1954 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing

By Jeff Lavery This is the 43rd 300SL ever made, and the new caretakers recently staged a photo shoot with an environment more fitting for a car that’s been laid up for decades. There’s a few good reasons why this 300SL has proven so captivating since its discovery. For one, as an early model, it boasts a number of features that give it “almost-prototype” status, in the words of Classic Driver. The eyebrows over the wheel arches being one of the them, and the elongated shifter extending out from the dash. The…

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Saving The 1939 Mercury Coupe From The Rust Lagoon

A few months back guys extracted a three cars from a local junkyards private stash, and in that video Matt mentioned he purchased 5 vehicles. After lots and lots of rain, the ground is hopefully firm enough to rip the 1939 Mercury from its current home in the swamp. They tried to remove it earlier in the summer and the large front end loader sunk into the mud and almost couldn’t get out! Let us know what you think Matt should do with the 1939 Merc. Turn it into another…

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The Most Beautiful Cars: Delahaye

The automobile company Delahaye existed in France from 1894 to 1954. During this time, she managed to become famous as a manufacturer of probably the most beautiful cars in the entire history of the industry. A feature of Delahaye was that, along with ordinary cars, trucks and buses equipped with a factory body, the company gave a whole range of chassis to the body shop and manufactories, which were made to order – in 1-10 copies – specific bodies reflecting the stormy the imagination of designers. Thanks to this, almost…

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1951 Chevrolet Deluxe Tin Woodie

From the outside, this Tin Woodie is starting to show it’s age and looks, well, a bit rough. Once you take a look at the inside and under the hood, you start to realize that there’s more than meets the eye! Reader Jerry W found this 1951 Chevrolet Deluxe in a hanger in Santa Monica, California. After getting it out and hauling it home to San Diego, he set about making it a really cool driver. What Makes It Special? This 51 Chevrolet Deluxe was found in an airplane hanger. The…

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Take a Peek Inside Jay Leno’s Magical Restoration Shop

Jay is THE quintessential celebrity gear head. He has a show on YouTube called “Jay Leno’s Garage” that’s syndicated on TV. But what sets Jay apart is the fact that he has one of the greatest celeb car collections AND he’s a true gear head. Some may say he has the best car collection on earth today. He has his own restoration shop that’s constantly restoring, repairing, and updating cars, each more rare and interesting than the last. In this latest video from Jay Leno’s Garage on YouTube, you get…

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These Performance Prototypes From 1985 Are the Coolest Oldsmobiles We Never Got

In the 1980s, Oldsmobile used a handful of production-based prototypes as test beds for future performance and engineering features. These cars were designated FE3-X, a nod to the FE3 option code for the beefier suspension available on certain Olds models. And looking back on these experimental models today is a fantastic dose of nostalgia. Both the Cutlass Supreme and the Cutlass Calais seen in this Motorweek video were tagged as “FE-3X”, utilizing the code for the front-driver’s handling package. The Ciera was an exercise in aerodynamic tweaks for the most…

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Man buys a Walmart to house his car and truck collection

For many of us, if someone were to come into our homes and take a look at the car parts strewn everywhere, they would probably start thinking that we have a problem. However, for most of us, we have to contain our hobby to a single structure as many don’t have the funds to go out and buy a warehouse to keep all of our toys and the parts that go with them. However, for this guy, it doesn’t look like money is an object as he has quite the…

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