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00:24:26
This car remains as innovative today as it was when it first hit the road in 1955. Jay changes its tire without a...
This car remains as innovative today as it was when it first hit the road in 1955. Jay changes its tire without a jack - and shares Citroën's truly weird advertisements.
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00:01:43
Fibreglass front bumper created using a mould of a B&H-sponsored Australian Touring Car E30, custom aluminium front...
Fibreglass front bumper created using a mould of a B&H-sponsored Australian Touring Car E30, custom aluminium front splitter, BMW 2002 Turbo-style fibreglass wheel arch flares over the original guards after 70mm had been cut away, taped over and colour-coded chrome rear bumper, carbon fibre bonnet and bootlid with pins (replaced by standard steel items for Improved Production racing), Toyota Rukus Voodoo blue paint by Jo Seeger Smash Repairs, colour-coded kidney-grille surround, black plastic wrap over headlight lenses with custom painted chrome rings clipped on, E30 DTM mirrors
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00:12:15
1986 BMW 635CSi E24 all original condition road test
00:27:24
Taking a cross country road trip of a lifetime, Mark Halliday stops by the garage to show Jay his gorgeous 1974...
Taking a cross country road trip of a lifetime, Mark Halliday stops by the garage to show Jay his gorgeous 1974 Jensen Interceptor.
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00:08:46
Henry Catchpole reviews the new Porsche 911 on both road and track in Spain. With more power but also more weight,...
Henry Catchpole reviews the new Porsche 911 on both road and track in Spain. With more power but also more weight, is it still the sports car to beat? And which is better – rear-wheel-drive S or the quicker 4S?
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00:08:57
Join us this week as we venture into the plush leather seats of the ultimate retro techno-toy: BMW’s 8-Series. In...
Join us this week as we venture into the plush leather seats of the ultimate retro techno-toy: BMW’s 8-Series. In order to pay proper tribute to the veritabl...
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00:23:02
After 30 years of ownership and one mechanical rebuild, Jay gives his 1969 Lamborghini Espada a cosmetic restoration...
After 30 years of ownership and one mechanical rebuild, Jay gives his 1969 Lamborghini Espada a cosmetic restoration and is ready to show you why this car wa...
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00:22:30
Steve McQueen's Jaguar: Steve McQueen bought it twice - and twice had his license suspended for driving it! Jay gets...
Steve McQueen's Jaguar: Steve McQueen bought it twice - and twice had his license suspended for driving it! Jay gets an in-depth tour of the King of Cool's "...
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00:03:15
Engine Audi Ur-S4 AAN 2.2 5-cyl 20v turbo engine, Eagle con rods, Mahle pistons, upgraded piston pins, Schrick...
Engine Audi Ur-S4 AAN 2.2 5-cyl 20v turbo engine, Eagle con rods, Mahle pistons, upgraded piston pins, Schrick high-lift cams, upgraded valve springs, Revo adjustable cam gear, Dahlback Racing pulley, 4in Revo downpipe, Holset HX40 Super turbocharger, Tial wastegate, custom intercooler, VW Vento radiator, 034 Motorsport coils, Tatech ECU, 3in custom exhaust, Fuellab fuel pump, fuel cell in boot.

Power 603hp and 660Nm
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00:03:27
And really, in spite of the more engaging dynamics and evocative engine note of the M40i, there’s plenty of talent...
And really, in spite of the more engaging dynamics and evocative engine note of the M40i, there’s plenty of talent in the diesel-engined X4 range. The xDrive30d, with its 258hp six-cylinder diesel engine, is probably the best all-rounder in the line-up and decent value in xLine specification at £45,510, but we reckon that the range-topper, the xDrive35d M Sport, is a good foil for the M40i. It’s not that far down on power (313hp vs 360hp) but it eclipses the petrol car’s 343lb ft of torque with a peak figure of 465lb ft so it’ll be quicker in most real-world scenarios – if not for the benchmark 0-60 and top speed. On top of that, it returns 47.1mpg and emits just 157g/km. Best of all, it’s available to buy right now.
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00:18:29
Marc Norris, the founder of the Bavarian Workshop, stops by the garage with a 1976 BMW 2002 that has been modified...
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.
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00:31:39
Dave Bonbright served as an historian for the film, “Cars,” and helped inform the filmmakers on their decision to...
Dave Bonbright served as an historian for the film, “Cars,” and helped inform the filmmakers on their decision to choose a Hudson for the character, “Doc Hudson.” Check out his beautiful, reliable, “Fabulous Hudson Hornet!”
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00:12:17
Despite its tortured history, this oddball 5-speed was once the fastest car in the world - and this particular XJ...
Despite its tortured history, this oddball 5-speed was once the fastest car in the world - and this particular XJ spent the last 12 years on the 37th floor of a Tokyo office building.
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00:23:15
Jay asked, you answered, so he restored this Benzo to its original state per your request. Take a trip under the hood!
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Sporting an America-built V8 and twin four-barrel carburetors, it's no wonder why this is one of Jay's favorite...
Sporting an America-built V8 and twin four-barrel carburetors, it's no wonder why this is one of Jay's favorite generations of Corvette.
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When I was a kid and my dad wanted to convey speed, he would always say, ‘That guy’s going a mile a minute.’ My dad...
When I was a kid and my dad wanted to convey speed, he would always say, ‘That guy’s going a mile a minute.’ My dad was born in 1910, when that was a pretty impressive speed. When he was teaching me to drive, he would always yell it out and I would always say, ‘But dad, that’s only 60 miles an hour. The speed limit is 65.’‘ANDY WALLACE SEEMS COMPLETELY NORMAL, BUT I SUSPECT PARTS OF HIM ARE MADE OF CARBONFIBRE’/ Bugatti-Chiron-301 / Bugatti-Chiron / BugattiIn my formative years, the magic number was always 200. When I started reading car magazines in the early ’60s, members of the 200-miles-an-hour club were few and far between. And the men who had reached that speed were treated with an almost mythical deference.It wasn’t until 1987 that a production car was able to reach that milestone. That car was, of course, the Ferrari F40. It took 100 years for the motor industry to go from zero to 200mph, yet only 33 years to go from 200 to over 300mph, which was achieved by the Bugatti Chiron mere months ago.I was amazed at how little fanfare that incredible feat generated. Sure, it was covered in the automotive press and on the internet, but that was about it. I was fortunate enough to speak to Andy Wallace, the man who achieved it, when they brought that recordbreaking Bugatti to my garage. Andy is one of my heroes and is one of the most self-effacing guys you’ll ever meet. He’s the kind of guy you could sit in a pub with for hours, listening to his tales of record-breaking in cars from the Jaguar-XJ220 to the McLaren-F1 in which he made an incredible run of 240.1mph, a record that would still stand today if the fastest production car in the world were normally aspirated. All of this without a hint of bragging. No brags, just facts, as my dad used to say. The first person to drive a car at 200mph was Sir Henry Segrave, in a Sunbeam at Daytona Beach in 1927. The Segrave Trophy still exists, and is awarded to the British national who demonstrates outstanding skill, courage and initiative on land, on water or in the air. Can we at least get Andy one of those? Britain is home to not one but two of the fastest Andys. Andy Green is the Land Speed Record holder at 763mph, set in Thrust SSC on Black Rock Desert in Nevada. That was the first supersonic Land Speed Record to be set, but now the same Andy is back behind the wheel. This time he’s in Bloodhound, a car so powerful it has a Formula 1 engine just to pump the fuel. He got to 628mph in testing in November and aims to break 1000mph in 2020 or 2021 if luck, money and technology work out. Clearly there is something about British Andys.One of the things I found most impressive about Andy Wallace’s Bugatti run was the tyres. I had assumed they were special one-offs Michelin had created to break the record, but this was not the case. To qualify for the record you must use the stock tyres that come with the vehicle. In this case they are Michelin Pilot Cup 2s with an additional layer of carbonfibre. These are the factory tyres that will come with all 30 of the Bugatti-Chiron-‘301’ models, which have been sold at over $5m a pop.Other things that differ from the stock Chiron are the exhaust system as well as advanced aerodynamics, such as a fixed wing. If you’re thinking right about now that it doesn’t sound like a stock car, all the features I’ve just mentioned will be present on the 30 ‘301’ models that they build. One nugget I took away from my talk with Andy Wallace was that these new Michelin Cup 2s will be cheaper than the original Michelins that were on the Bugatti when it was launched. And for those of you wondering what the point is of 300mph, given that you can’t possibly do that on the street, it’s that by pushing vehicles harder and faster we increase their reliability and durability at highway speeds. When the Chiron travels at more than 300mph, these tyres have to withstand 5300g while rotating 68 times per second. That’s nearly 4100rpm. They are rated to 318mph, so that gave Andy a bit of a cushion… The other part of the equation that appears to be totally stock is the driver. Andy Wallace, at first glance, appears to be a completely normal British lad, two arms, two legs and so on. But I suspect certain parts of him have been made of reinforced carbonfibre, giving him that unknown quality the rest of us seem to lack. So, what now? Bugatti supremo Stephan Winkelmann has already said that’s it, they’ve broken the record and they’re now moving on to concentrate on other things. I always thought 300mph in a street car was unobtainable, yet Bugatti has proved it is possible. Will anybody now care if the next milestone is 310mph, or 350? And what about 400? Will we have to wait another 33 years, or will it happen by 2036 – when Octane 400 hits the shelves?
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00:06:07
Mike Spinelli reviews the 2014 Porsche 918 Spyder at the Circuit of the Americas, with a little help from Porsche...
Mike Spinelli reviews the 2014 Porsche 918 Spyder at the Circuit of the Americas, with a little help from Porsche Factory driver Patrick Long.
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00:27:45
Randy Nonnenberg, Co-Founder of BringATrailer.com, bought this rare homologation rally car from
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The Mercedes-Benz Classic Center has painstakingly brought this legendary race car back to life and lets Jay open it...
The Mercedes-Benz Classic Center has painstakingly brought this legendary race car back to life and lets Jay open it up on public roads!
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00:35:24
This is an up-close examination of the 1993 Bugatti EB110, an exquisite marque of automotive royalty, and a detailed...
This is an up-close examination of the 1993 Bugatti EB110, an exquisite marque of automotive royalty, and a detailed look at its turbo-encrusted V12 engine on a stand.
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00:16:36
Phase one of the restoration is done and the Gullwing is finally on the road! Despite its reputation as being the F1...
Phase one of the restoration is done and the Gullwing is finally on the road! Despite its reputation as being the F1 of its day, Jay was skeptical... until he found this 1955 model languishing in a trailer in the desert.
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00:18:43
Peter Giacobbi built the Ferrari of his dreams based on the car his heroes drove at Le Mans.
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The F40 ranks among the most recognizable and beloved road cars ever produced, and so there is very little new left...
The F40 ranks among the most recognizable and beloved road cars ever produced, and so there is very little new left to say about the machine itself—we all know that it is a potent performer, a spartan go-kart powered by a twin-turbocharged V8 nestled up between tires of construction site proportions. But cars that attain levels of popularity like the F40 has don’t become any less special the more we fantasize about them, and though the spec sheet might be committed to the memories of many a supercar enthusiast, each example has its own story. In the case of Jasbir Dhillon, this F40 is woven into the fabric of his life beyond the excitement that it provides to the lucky soul in the driver’s seat. It’s a means to bond with his family, a link to his childhood and his past, and as something well beyond the definition of an inanimate object, it’s a piece of his being that he has plans to hold onto well into the future.
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00:26:22
David Lee is back with this famous Group B homologation car--the predecessor to the Ferrari F40--the Ferrari 288...
David Lee is back with this famous Group B homologation car--the predecessor to the Ferrari F40--the Ferrari 288 GTO! » Subscribe: http://bit.ly/JLGSubscribe...
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00:06:33
Lexus LFA Spyder. It's the only one there is and the only one there ever will be! Jay drives Lexus' 560-hp, 4.8...
Lexus LFA Spyder. It's the only one there is and the only one there ever will be! Jay drives Lexus' 560-hp, 4.8 liter V10-engined supercar.
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00:25:16
Is there any thing sexier than those headlights and the sound of its 3.0L V8? » Subscribe:...
Is there any thing sexier than those headlights and the sound of its 3.0L V8? » Subscribe: http://bit.ly/JLGSubscribe » Visit the Official Site: http://bit.l...
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00:24:05
With it's "Forward Look" design and massive 392 Hemi, Jay takes us on a ride in his Imperial Convertible that was...
With it's "Forward Look" design and massive 392 Hemi, Jay takes us on a ride in his Imperial Convertible that was the biggest and widest luxury car you could...
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