Jay Leno has a bit more going for him than just his late night comedy act; he has a passion for cars and motorcycles and his show Jay Leno’s Garage.
Each episode starts with a brief yet detailed bio of the featured automobile, mostly antiques and remodels; then they’re taken out on the open road for a quick spin by Leno himself.
Jay Leno’s Garage isn’t your ordinary car show either. It’s full of wild and unexpected twists and turns as you’ll see in some of the episodes we’ve highlighted below!
This episode of Jay Leno’s Garage is one of our favorites at GGBAILEY because Bob Bailey, founder of RACEMARK International (our parent company), organized a special group with the Saratoga Auto Museum to go to Jay Leno's garage for a private tour for the museum group. One of the museum's guests, Tom Murtaugh arrived in his 1957 Porched Speedster 356 and before he knew it he was being filmed for Jay's next episode.
Tom is the owner of the 1957 Porsche Speedster 356 which is the star of the following clip. When you watch this episode, you’ll learn what makes this vehicle truly one-of-a-kind!
This episode of Jay Leno’s Garage features the actual Batman car from The Dark Knight and Dave Ragan, Transportation Studio Driver for Warner Bros.
Cars used in Christopher Nolan films are typically created and produced with a lot of realism, this car was custom built and fully functional for all of its stunts.
As you watch this video, you’ll learn how many of these cars were built, its custom features, engine size and the techniques used to build each of the Batman vehicles.
As a promo for his show, Jay Leno’s Garage, Jay went undercover and “gives some passengers the ride of their lives!”
In this episode, he gets an undercover makeover and makes small talk with his UberBLACK passengers even poking fun at himself.
Bob Riggle has been one of Jay Leno’s hero’s since he was a child because Bob Riggle was able to stand the Hurst EMI Under Glass up on two wheels!
This car was originally designed as a race car and drawn on a napkin by Ray Brock, publisher of Hot Rod Magazine, and George Hurst, owner of Hurst Performance, Inc. at a restaurant one day.
When you watch this episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, you’ll learn what design feature allowed the front wheels to come up and where the engine is located which gave it its infamous name Hurst EMI Under Glass.
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