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After retiring from his perch atop the late-night TV ratings in 2014, comedian Jay Leno has more time to partake in one of his passions: collecting cars. That is the focus of "Jay Leno's Garage," which showcases the "Tonight Show" veteran's journey throughout America as he searches for unique rides and the stories behind them. Leno explores different aspects of automobiles, including the history of iconic brands, testing supercars, checking out the latest innovations, and even offering consumer advice. He also talks with fellow gearheads, including celebrities, to learn about their collections. Leno says cars, to him, are "kinetic artwork" -- rather than being stagnant, it is art that is "rolling down the highway."

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Jay Leno explores the tiniest cars and biggest machines; he crushes things in a tank with actor Arnold Schwarzenegger; Jay and his tallest friend, actor Brad Garrett, go for a ride in a dwarf replica car; micro cars; the new Hennessey truck.
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Chris Evans shows off his 1967 Camaro, a car so powerful it takes many tries to learn how to drive it; famed builder Bodie Stroud; Jay gives Adam Carolla another shot in a Porsche 935 racecar that was driven by Paul Newman.
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"Baby Driver" star Jamie Foxx reveals his driving skills; stunt driver Ben Collins re-creates the chase scene from "The Spy Who Loved Me"; original "Bullitt" Mustang; musician James Taylor reunites with the car from "Two Lane Blacktop."
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Jay explores cars that are rolling works of art; Jay and TV show host Trevor Noah take a ride in an outrageous Lamborghini Aventador; Jay meets Chris Runge, a designer who crafts works of moving art; Jay talks to custom car designer Rick Dore.
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Jay meets up with some of the hardest working car people he knows, including movie director Tyler Perry, musician Richard Carpenter and race team owner Roger Penske, who rides in Rod Emory's meticulously crafted Outlaw Porsche.
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Jay Leno explores how a love of cars begins; Mitt Romney's passion started with his dad, who was president of American Motors; "Weird Al" Yankovic has only ever loved one vehicle -- his first family car; Jay reminisces about Johnny Carson.
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Jay and comic Billy Gardell hit the road in Billy's new vintage 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible; Jay meets the creators of the Gambler 500; Jay hangs out with Donut Media's James Pumphrey, who shares his enthusiasm for the MR2.
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Actor Josh Duhamel drives Jay's 1963 split-window Corvette, his all-time dream car; Chuck Zito introduces Jay to his heavily modified '57 Chevy called "The Beast from the East"; Jay meets an 81-year-old woman with an original Shelby 350.
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Rally driver Ken Block shows off his chops; Jay and blogger Matt Farah learn about racing at Dirt Fish rally school in Seattle; riders honor the first female African-American motorcyclist to cross the country; Airstream trailer; the Land Rover.
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Jay tries to learn desert orienteering with skateboarder Bucky Lasek; Jay puts a blue-collar twist on a luxury car race against comic Jeff Foxworthy; a training exercise with the Montrose Search and Rescue team; a prototype electric off-road vehicle.
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Jay explores the past, present and future of Detroit; Jay takes actor Tim Allen on a trip down memory lane; Jay test drives the newest Corvette; R&B singer Martha Reeves schools Jay on the history of Motown; Jay takes a ride in a "mutant vehicle."
aired 89 days ago
Jay takes a vintage belly tank racer out onto a dry lake bed, talks hand-crafted Bentleys with comedian Russell Peters, surprises an iconic Porsche customizer, and spends the day with a reformed bad boy who helps troubled youth.
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Jay goes head-to-head on the drag strip against former NFL quarterback Terry Bradshaw; Jay takes comic Billy Crystal for a drive in Muhammad Ali's old Alfa Romeo; Jay surprises golfer Bubba Watson with the KITT car from "Knight Rider."
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Comic Craig Ferguson teaches Jay how to be a rebel in a British mail delivery car; Jay talks about bootlegging with NASCAR team owner Ray Evernham; Jay checks out a radical hot rod Rolls Royce and a Dodge Hellcat trapped in a Prius body.
aired 96 days ago
Jay meets actor Dax Shepard's true love, a 1994 Buick Roadmaster, learns to rally with adrenaline-junkie Bucky Lasek, delivers pizzas with Papa John, donates a customized car to a disabled veteran and learns how to manage road rage with a yogi.
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Jay enlists Terry Crews to be a guest announcer; Jay meets up with chef and car collector Guy Fieri; he meets a man and his cat co-pilot in their modified Jaguar with a Lear-jet trailer; Jay attempts to drive an insane two-direction vehicle.
aired 103 days ago
Jay Leno practices high-speed maneuvers with the LAPD; playing superhero for the day in a Batmobile; talking Ghostbusters and Blues Brothers with gearhead Dan Aykroyd; taking an explosive ride in a military MRAP.
aired 103 days ago
Jay explores the most exciting alternatives to standard fuel; Jay meets up with Arnold Schwarzenegger to check out the Governator's G-Wagon and goes deep into rural California to revisit a time when burning wood could run cars.
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Jay meets young car enthusiasts; a stunt driver goes head to head with her father; Jay visits a karting track; a youngster builds an electric car using spare parts; a teenager restores a vintage tractor; Jay meets the cutest kids in the car world.
aired 110 days ago
Jay catches up with comedian Bill Burr in a 1965 Buick Riviera, checks out the Nissan GT Academy, where video gamers can compete to become actual race car drivers, and drives up the highest road on the East Coast in a vintage steam car.
aired 115 days ago
Jay takes a motorcycle road trip with the rock legend Anthony Kiedis, learns how to drive like James Bond with stuntman Ben Collins, and cruises through the Hollywood Hills with his own personal icon, jazzman Herbie Hancock.

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