Jay Leno’s 1966 Olds Toronado


Here’s a couple of photos of Jay Leno’s 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado I took while visiting his studios that some of you might enjoy…

Originally a front-wheel drive powered by a 7-liter generating 385 HP, Jay stepped up the game by transforming his into a 1,070 horsepower real-wheel drive rocket ship, sitting on a modified C5 Corvette chassis.

Under the hood of Jay’s ’66 Toronado


Jay Leno’s 1963 Porsche 356 Carrera 2


Among my favorites during my recent visit to Jay Leno’s world-class collection of automobiles and motorcycles is his stunning 1963 Porsche 356 Carrera 2.

Beautifully restored over forty years ago by Long Beach’s own John Willhoit, this 356 is powered by the original four cam 2-liter engine.  One of fewer than 500 built, the car continues to be one of the most desirable Porsche automobiles, and originally sold new for around $7,000 (which may sound cheap by today’s standards, but was one of the more expensive sports car of its time).

Jay and his team at Jay Leno’s Garage were kind and gracious enough to allow us to photograph this splendid Porsche under their giant studio lightbox.

1953 Cunningham C3. A rare bird indeed.


Jay Leno’s 1953 Cunningham C3.

A model replica of the P-51 Mustang hovers over Jay Leno’s rare and beautiful 1953 Cunningham C3.  Just one of 25 ever built, the Cunningham C3 is powered by a 331 C.I. Hemi V-8.

Briggs Cunningham was an American sportsman, bon vivant, builder of bespoke watches and sportscars, and entreprenuer who enjoyed the finer and faster things in life. The Cunningham’s body was built by Vignale in Italy.