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Jay Lenos Garage season 2017 episodes list:
Jim and Mike Ring of the Ring Brothers stop by the garage to show Jay their latest creation, the G-Code 1969 Chevrolet Camaro.
Marco Svizzero stops by the garage with his 2008 BMW 135i that has been modified for street driving and the race track.
Jason Pecikonis and his team at Timeless Kustoms spent 10,000 hours transforming a 1965 Ford Mustang coupe into a 1,000 horsepower Ford Mustang fastback that Jay can only describe as 'Vicious'.
Jay gives an in-depth look at his Custom 12-160A Auburn that has been restored to exactly as it left the factory in 1932.
President of Coker Tires Wade Kawasaki stops by the garage to show Jay his 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge that was named after a popular character from the 60's Television show Laugh-In.
Automotive royalty pays a surprise visit to the garage when Allen Grant stops by with his newly restored 1963 Lola Mk6 GT, the prototype vehicle that led to the legendary Ford GT.
Faro Technologies stops by the garage to demo their new 3D scanning technology and Jay gives an update on some of the restorations going on in the garage.
Bry Ewan from Stratasys Direct Manufacturing stops by the garage to show Jay how their new technology can bypass the plastic mold process of 3D printing and go straight to metal printing.
David Lee stops by the garage to show Jay his special edition 730 horse power 2014 Pagani Huayra.
Les Perry from Snap-on stops by the garage with the Rock N' Roll Express Cab to show Jay their top of the line tool storage solutions.
Matt Jacobson stops by the garage with his all original 1955 Volkswagen Beetle.
Afshin Behnia, Founder, and Petrolista-in-Chief of the popular automotive website Petrolicious stops by the garage to show Jay his pride and joy, his 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale.
Johnathan Wise shows Jay how Vapor Honing can clean your dirty, greasy engine cases and make them look brand new using only high-pressure water and glass beads.
Three-time ALMS GT and winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans Patrick Long stops by the garage with his brain-child, a 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera that he transformed into an East African Safari Rally car and Jay is ready to put it through its paces.
Peter Callaway and Reeves Callaway stop by the garage with the newly released shooting brake design and performance package that changes the look of the C7 Corvette with no re-body while supercharging the engine to an impressive 757 horsepower.
Jim and Mike Ring stop by the garage to show Jay how they took a 1948 Cadillac Coupe and gave it new life with the help of a 2015 ATS-V and a 2016 ATS-V.
Gard Hollinger and Keanu Reeves, Founders of ARCH Motorcycles, stop by the garage to talk with Jay about their first series production bike, the KRGT-1, and what inspired them to start their own motorcycle company.
Gary Kollofski stops by the garage to show Jay his 1955 Chevrolet Belair 2-Door Coupe that is not your average all American resto-mod.
Les Perry from Snap-On stops by the garage to show Jay a new set of tools that can help you get the job done right in tight spots.
Film Director, F. Gary Gray, stops by the garage with Ernie Salazar, Client Relations for US Specialty Vehicles, to show Jay the 2016 Rhino GX and Rhino XT that is featured in the new Fate of the Furious film.
Randy Cark, owner of Hot Rods and Custom Stuff, stops by the garage to show Jay a custom 1966 Buick Riviera that has an eye-popping gold paint job that took his team 1,500 hours to complete.
Marc Norris, the founder of the Bavarian Workshop, stops by the garage with a 1976 BMW 2002 that has been modified just enough for Jay's taste.
Brook Henry and Andrew Cathcart of Vee Two Austrailia stop by the garage to show Jay their 1981 900SS that features their Vee Two Ritorno Twin engine that has an air-cooled SOHC desmodromic 90-degree V-twin four-stroke with two valves per cylinder and bevel-gear camshaft drive.
Matt Jacobson stops by the garage to show Jay the rare 1964 Volkswagen Type 34 Ghia.
In this classic episode of Jay Leno's Garage Charles Morgan, CEO of Morgan Motor Company, stops by the garage to show Jay the Morgan Aero Super Sport.
V.P. of Manufacturing, Paul Lauritzen, of Big Ass Solutions stops by the garage to show Jay their latest giant shop fan products.
Lieutenant Bob Killeen from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and Bill Sanders stop by the garage to show Jay the department's new 2016 Ford Police Interceptor Utility and the classic 1978 Chevrolet Nova 9C1.
Jay gives an update on some of the restorations going on in the garage.
Jason Chinnock, CEO of Ducati North America, stops by the garage to show Jay the 2017 Ducati Scambler Cafe Racer that was inspired by their customer's take on the Ducati Icon.
After 18 months of intense restoration, Jay and team unveil his 1953 Cunningham C3 that is one of only 25 of these cars that were ever produced
Virtual reality became reality when Jay Leno surprised unsuspecting participants in his classic 1954 Jaguar XK120 convertible at the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance in Beverly Hills.
Kevin Czinger, Founder & CEO of Divergent 3D, stops by the garage to show Jay the Blade, a 700 horsepower 3D printed supercar.
The 2017 Trans AM SE Bandit is in a class of its own. Jay Leno and Gabriel Iglesias take “The Bandit” for a spin on the two-hour premiere of Jay Leno's Garage.
With 350 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque, Jay Leno's 1999 Y2K Jet Bike packs a lot of power, in a small package.
Determination, hard work, competitive spirit, and the love of racing. Champion Indy racing driver, Sam Schmidt, is an inspiration. After crashing his car at 210 mph and becoming a quadriplegic in 2001, Sam is back in the driver’s seat of a 2016 Corvette Z06.
In 2016, Ford once conquered the 24 Hours of Le Mans 50 years after their first Le Mans win. Now Jay is ready to unveil his new 2017 Ford GT that features the technology that won Le Mans.
Protective Film Solutions' Ryan Tounsley and his team protect Jay's Ford GT paint and windshield with their protective film wraps!
Jay Leno takes a tour of Jeff Dunham’s wacky garage and hits the Las Vegas strip in a giant art car made for Burning Man
David Salvaggio, Vice President of Speedkore, stops by the garage to show Jay their all carbon fiber bodied Ford 350R.
Jay takes us on a tour of his 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE that is the last of the coach built cars.
Marlon Goldberg, the owner of LA Workshop 5001, stops by the garage to show Jay his unique take on restoring a 1973 Porsche 911T and a 1974 Porsche 911.
David Salvaggio from SpeedKore Performance Group stops by the garage to share with Jay some of his family history, his grandfather's midget race car, the 1947 Marchese Special.
Steve Hall, President of Vanderhall Motor Works, stops by the garage to show Jay their latest three-wheeled vehicle model, the 2017 Vanderhall Venice.
With 1390 hp, Jay demonstrates the power and engineering of the Merlin 1650-1 engine that was the heart of the P-51 Mustangs and the Lancaster bombers in World War II.
Lisa Hong stops by the garage to show Jay her original and unrestored 1967 BMW 1600 which was the predecessor to the BMW 2002.
Jay shows us what it's like to drive a World War I aircraft on the street with his 1915 Hispano Suiza that features an 18.5-liter airplane motor.
David Lee stops by the garage with the iconic Ferrari Enzo, and Jay happily takes it for a test drive!
After blowing a piston that shot through the side of the block, Jay is ready to take this 9-ton 1911 Christie Fire Engine back on the road and give it a send-off it well deserves.
With the Ferrari Enzo and Maserati Quattroporte to his design credit, Ken Okuyama stops by the garage to show Jay one of his recent designs, the stunning 6.0-liter V12 600 horsepower KODE 57.
Craig Wick, the owner of Wicked Fabrication, stops by the garage with the Gran Turismo–Winning GT51, a 1951 Ford Club Coupe that has everything that dream-cars are made of.
Ryan Friedlinghaus, CEO of West Coast Customs, stops by the garage to show Jay how they took a Porsche Cayman and transformed it into a classic 1959 Porsche 356.
Jay gives an update on some of the restorations going on in the garage.
ICON President, Jonathan Ward, stops by the garage to show Jay his latest Derelict, a 1958 Roll Royce Silver Cloud that is sporting a 550hp LS7.
Known for its reliability and power, the 1940 Indian Four was considered a luxury motorcycle and with the sidecar attached Jay shows us why.
Jay teams up with his buddy Patrick Craig to give a thorough look at his 1918 Model 66 Pierce Arrow that has the distinction of having the largest engine ever put in a production vehicle.
Ken Okuyama stops by the garage to show Jay his latest design, the stunning naturally aspirated 700hp V12 Kode 0.
Jesse Kenealy, Director of Sales for Ariel North America, stops by that garage to show Jay their 2017 Nomad Tactical which boasts a 2.4 liter four cylinder K24 Honda Motor pushing 300 horsepower.
Hans Lapine and Eric Shea stop by the garage to talk 914 history with Jay and to test drive Eric's 1974 Porsche 914-6 GT tribute car.
Les Perry from Snap-On stops by the garage to show Jay Snap-On's latest in power tools that can help you get the job done right.
Alessandro Farmeschi, Chief Operating Officer of Automobili Lamborghini America, stops by the garage to show Jay the impressive aerodynamic technology behind the new 2018 Lamborghini Huracan.
Fresh from SEMA, Johan Eriksson brings his 1968 Dodge Charger RTR with a Viper V10 and twin turbos, producing 1000 horsepower!
Bruce Meyer stops by the garage with his legendary 1965 Bizzarrini that won its class at Le Mans.
If Santa didn't have a sleigh, he would use this 1942 Dodge Carryall built by Winslow Bent at Legacy Classic Trucks!
Jeff Dunham shares his barn find 1970 Plymouth Superbird with the Hemi and 4 speed in vibrant "Vitamin C." This legendary Road Runner was what lured Richard Petty to Plymouth.