This 1960 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder Vignale Is A New Start These are pieces of art. «In those days, engines and cars had personalities, and you could certainly see that from driving them.” Explains Phillipe Reyns of his 1960 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder Vignale. Cruising through the desert back roads just outside of Scottsdale, Arizona,… Read more »
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.
“That car isn’t just me, it’s all the people I’ve interacted with to get to this place,” says John Benton. “I bought this car at 23 years old, I didn’t have all the answers…My car is the result of all those little journeys, here and there…” Now, John has his own shop that caters to… Read more »
Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations stops by the garage to show Jay their client’s newly restored 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429.
“The production line was really weird back then, I mean, they had wine for lunch… Hopefully you got a car that was built with everybody, before lunch, you know?” quips Jack Riddell, owner of this 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT. Thing is, Jack’s car may have been built on a day when the all the stars… Read more »
What sounds like a fighter jet and is faster than a Ferrari? Ladies and gentlemen, meet the incredible Howmet TX, an experimental race car that is the only turbine-powered car to actually win a race. Built by a talented team of engineers in 1968 using little time and just $10,000, the first Howmet was… Read more »
Joe Rogan’s 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Restomod – Jay Leno’s Garage Restomod classics often look great rolling down the road, but they can be an absolute mess underneath. That’s the problem comedian Joe Rogan discovered after purchasing his 1965 Corvette convertible that was already extensively modified. Once work began to improve it further, some serious… Read more »
ESTIMATE: $1,250,000 – $1,500,000 Japanese products were gaining respect in the late ‘60s, but few in the United States thought of their auto industry as world class. In 1965, Toyota changed that with one car, a $6,000-plus GT. At that price, however, they only sold 62 in the United States between 1967 and 1970, of… Read more »
Nytt prosjekt er reddet. Og det er et håp om at den skal kunne få seg nyere deler, slik at den kan komme tilbake på veien om noen år 🙂 1966 Toyota Crown Wagon 2.0 Dette er et restaurerings prosjekt, som måtte reddes fra å kunne ende opp som spiker. Bilen har vært brukt av… Read more »
Via youtube: Dorian Valenzuela made sure to finish resto-modding his classic 1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti before applying to Singer Vehicle Design, and it’s a beautiful part of what got him the job. The original Giulia may not have been the most beautiful Alfa Romeo ever built, but it was one of the coolest…. Read more »