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1958 Saab 93 - Jay Leno's Garage

Published on Nov 25, 2018 410,942 views

Jay's Swedish two-stroke will get through the snow and woods with ease!
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A new video every Sunday! Visit Jay Leno's Garage, the Emmy-winning series where Jay Leno gives car reviews, motorcycle reviews, compares cars, and shares his passion and expertise on anything that rolls, explodes, and makes noise. Classic cars, restomods, super cars like the McLaren P1, sports cars like Porsche 918 Spyder and Camaro Z28, cafe racers, vintage cars, and much, much more.

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1958 Saab 93 - Jay Leno's Garage

Jay Leno's Garage

  • not cool
    not cool 4 месяца назад "you don't need a Ferrari or McLaren to have fun." This is more fun. These types of videos are way cooler too. Thanks Jay and team.
  • Error Creator
    Error Creator 4 месяца назад Tiny lightweight cars are amazing on winding roads, cause you can have fun without even breaking the speed limit, what's the point of 200 or 220mph top speed if you spend most of your time doing 20-40mph?
  • Lassi Kinnunen
    Lassi Kinnunen 4 месяца назад they stop being bulletproof eventually though. this one is mint. never seen a mint like this. and my grandpa had one.
  • Jerry Banks
    Jerry Banks 4 месяца назад The smaller the vehicle the bigger the fun.
  • Ronald Reed
    Ronald Reed 4 месяца назад I had a Henry J , std car w/ 3spd 4 cyl. The top line Henry J had chrome around Windows and oh yeah, a 6 cyl and an overdrive!
  • Paul Damian
    Paul Damian 4 месяца назад Yes, please MORE of your collection!!! So much more interesting. Also, how about a "restoration update" video! Thanks Jay and your team!
  • Jim Davis
    Jim Davis 4 месяца назад Ferrari? Meh.
  • elephant35e
    elephant35e 4 месяца назад This is definitely more fun. I would much rather own this car than a Ferrari or McLaren.
  • Smitty Smithsonite
    Smitty Smithsonite 4 месяца назад I agree Alan - this is my reasoning behind owning only a Yamaha RD350 for a motorcycle, rather than some big multi-cylinder bike capable of 180+ mph. That RD is a barrel of fun! Gets to 70 pretty quick - just takes a bit longer to break 3-digits, and boy do you know it when you're going that fast with no fairing or windscreen!
  • Yama Satru
    Yama Satru 4 месяца назад @Smitty Smithsonite gotta keep covering that clutch in case it seizes though!
  • Smitty Smithsonite
    Smitty Smithsonite 4 месяца назад @Yama Satru - 7k miles since I overhauled it - haven't had a single issue (aside from some 45 year old ground wires that broke).
  • Yama Satru
    Yama Satru 4 месяца назад @Smitty Smithsonite That's pretty good going. I've never ridden one but saw that awesome footage of that 120mph ride on one, in a Youtube video. The VJMC lot are heavily into those bikes (and RG500s).
  • Smitty Smithsonite
    Smitty Smithsonite 4 месяца назад @Yama Satru - As long as they are kept in the proper state of tune, and you are aware of any changes to power output or sound while riding, you will never blow one up. :)
  • G R
    G R 4 месяца назад I agree. Much more interesting than the 'exotic' cars.
  • Aop Stoar
    Aop Stoar 4 месяца назад Stop! Hold on a second. Are you telling me legislators could put a maximum speed of 80 km/hour (or 24,232 aopstoarunits/quint/bid inverse) and people would still have fun in lighter, more fuel efficient, but faster accelerating vehicles? EU-commission, US senate, Russian duma, Chinese giant congress of equals of equals are you hearing me?!!! Phase 65 is ready, execute order 66
  • radioguy1620
    radioguy1620 4 месяца назад @Aop Stoar to be honest I have a good time with my end of the era 98 escort 5 speed and its 45mpg highway freedom, not to mention cheaper parts. I show off by having freedom to explore .