Jay Leno's Room of the Giants

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, January 21, 2014
  • Dennis is back at Jay Leno's shop in California to have some fun in Jay's "Room of the Giants." Then they go for a spin in his 1917 Fiat Botafogo Special.

    #jayleno #jaylenosgarage

  • Source: https://youtu.be/2ycd3M5jqUU




     3 days ago +1

    It's a bird it's a plane ,no really wtf is it ?

  • Damian Smigielski

    Damian Smigielski

     3 days ago +1

    That green Tatra <3 <3 <3

  • TooTallPaul


     5 days ago +1

    Jays the Uncle I always wanted

  • Charon Christ

    Charon Christ

     7 days ago +2

    I guess when you're Jay Leno your car doesn't have to be street legal. You don't even need a licence plate or working tail lights. Just do the damn thing lol

  • ilas dahal

    ilas dahal

     7 days ago +2

    that rocket car looks like the one from Simpsons game Hit and Run

  • Off The Jacks

    Off The Jacks

     7 days ago +1

    Awesome History lesson Jay, Hope you make it back to Las Vegas soon. Thanks!

  • Louie M

    Louie M

     7 days ago +1

    This was cool!

  • j G

    j G

     7 days ago

    They're pretty cool but honestly there like old crappy go-karts big overgrown go karts LOL

  • Tommy Petraglia

    Tommy Petraglia

     7 days ago +1

    That is the coolest thing I've seen in a long time

  • IronGiant7


     7 days ago +1

    There's nothing quite like an absurdly big and old engine starting up and even more so when it's whole purpose is to haul ass. I love that car!!!

  • gitrektboi _

    gitrektboi _

     7 days ago +2

    Thank god the grandfather law exists

  • Da Qoraxxx

    Da Qoraxxx

     14 days ago

    11:23 Probably the first time he milked a car.

  • Thomas Moeller

    Thomas Moeller

     14 days ago +2

    I have a new favorite.....the Benz Mercedes. Hope the brakes get put in soon and Jay will take it on the road.

  • Wild Bill

    Wild Bill

     14 days ago

    Was the previous owner Joey Botafogo? You know the Long Island Lolita's body shop guy.

  • Zrebbesh


     14 days ago

    I'm almost sure that the 'Benz Mercedes' here is what the rotting, rusted heap that was buried in a thicket near our house when I was eleven years old or so must have been when it was new. I remember the chain drive sprocket and the unbelievably huge motor. Once I cut a bunch of stuff out of the way and levered the front open, and lots of parts were missing and there were herds of pack rats in there, but I was amazed at how huge the engine was. I wasn't even really sure it was a car, with that engine. But it seemed too low and the wheels were too small to be a tractor, and the chain drive wasn't a tractor drive train.
    They cleared that thicket over thirty years ago; I have no idea what happened to the car, but I'd bet at least even odds on it having been buried in an embankment to slow erosion - which is what happened to a lot of junk machinery around there.

  • Iain Botham

    Iain Botham

     14 days ago

    8:33 Needs a 1920's hand-pump gauge (not a mega-modern one)

  • Loved Of God.

    Loved Of God.

     14 days ago +1

    Ive watched a few car videos, Ive not seen one so well done as this. My first time on one so old, and the history lesson at the beginning is so appreciated!! 👍

  • Nick VanderWal

    Nick VanderWal

     14 days ago

    First one of these I've seen

  • marc howard

    marc howard

     21 days ago

    awesome jay is the shit

  • Rem Pandel

    Rem Pandel

     21 days ago +2

    Wow, the hood nearly the size of Jay's trademark chin