1999 Corvette - Jay Leno's Garage
1966 Oldsmobile 442 - Jay Leno's Garage
Robaroo 12 саат мурун
I predict the value of these corvettes to go up now that Jay has praised it to the moon!
Doug LaRue
Doug LaRue 12 саат мурун
At 12:38 it shows the Weber carburetor installed and what looks like a 3D printed adapter to connect to the air filter box outlet tubing. Lots of great information Jay! Thanks.
Ronin 12 саат мурун
awesome build, but these type show/museum mods arent my thing. Just gimme the real car!
Bob Eden
Bob Eden 12 саат мурун
does the ICE engine run at a constant speed?
wyattoneable 12 саат мурун
I have a lot of respect for you and the crew for producing top notch programs. I look forward to this show every week.
Vitesh Sewnarain
Vitesh Sewnarain 12 саат мурун
Outstanding car!
Gil 12 саат мурун
The C5 is the only Corvette for me.
kibukun 12 саат мурун
A porous valve cover? I wonder what engineer had that bright idea?
John Guzik
John Guzik 12 саат мурун
Not sure who's worse, Porsche owners or Corvette owners. The most available car on the planet and they think they have something rare.
Willy Will
Willy Will 12 саат мурун
Stay out of pc culture jay. Don't be woke
94speedster 12 саат мурун
To this day, I love the C5!!!! (coupe and convertible). If I was rich, I'd still own a C5 (with my C2, Ferrari and Porsche's...LOL)
Никола Ђокић
Никола Ђокић 12 саат мурун
Just try to register this here in Europe they will just sent you to junkyard
flylock 13 саат мурун
Jay you sold me. Send it over ,the check's in the mail. Thank you!
James Fleming
James Fleming 13 саат мурун
Enjoy your attention detail.
Cratecruncher 13 саат мурун
Thanks to Jay for doing a car I actually own! I bought a '99 C5 "Hardtop" in pewter metallic new in 1998 for $43k (no negotiating either). I still have it and have logged about 70k on the clock. The hardtop is sexier than the targa/hatchback but the trunk is more cramped with a bit less cargo area. My car has been very reliable except that Delco ac compressors seem to only last about six years before the seals start to leak. The window regulators are pretty cheap and will fail after about ten years but are easy to install. The plastic headlight gears break but you can now get bronze in the aftermarket. Some mentally challenged individual located the engine control module and main wiring harness directly under the battery so it's good Jay has a gel battery installed. There is such a huge internet community for the C5 that I don't even start to troubleshoot problems before doing a symptom search on corvette forum. I can almost always diagnose the problem and order parts without even touching the car! Try doing that with your Lamborghini! You can't beat taking a C5 on a road trip. They slip through the air and sip gas being geared for the now ubiquitous 85mph cruising speeds on rural interstates. (Recall in 1998 everything was 55mph and 65 would get you in trouble! When new 6th gear was kind of useless.) If your thinking about a C5 get one now while there are still some good ones at affordable prices. The hardtops are really rare but take your time and you'll find a good one.
Roger Lundin
Roger Lundin 13 саат мурун
Love the video Jay, Vettes forever and hello from Sweden/ Roger
Rock Lover
Rock Lover 13 саат мурун
I had the same year Le Mans. A rare car in the UK.
Slider68 13 саат мурун
Oddly it sounds like a 4 cylinder when cruising down the road. I had a 1981 Cadillac Seville with the 6.0L 8-6-4 variable displacement engine and it also sounded like Jay's 1999 Vette. Did the 1999 Vette come with cylinder deactivation?
Unknown User
Unknown User 13 саат мурун
Beautiful car, back in the good old days when things were made proper and made American 🇺🇸👍🏻
robert arendse
robert arendse 13 саат мурун
jay you have the ds the sm the 2cv you just need the gs
Jess Hull
Jess Hull 13 саат мурун
They really should be wearing Masks if they're going to talk to each other that close.
daniel wiley
daniel wiley 13 саат мурун
$3 a pound that means it's worth its weight in scrap copper today
Jeremy M
Jeremy M 13 саат мурун
a stainless steel corvette with gross wheels. to each their own
Chris Carrato
Chris Carrato 13 саат мурун
One word ,, DUMB
Boomer 1941
Boomer 1941 13 саат мурун
Great Video Jay, we had some great engineers back in the day.
Gregg Eshelman
Gregg Eshelman 13 саат мурун
All that attention to detail yet the center headlamp is crooked! ;) He didn't say anything about the 3D printed air intake adapter.
Marv Watkins
Marv Watkins 13 саат мурун
A beautiful car in every sense.
Steven Singer
Steven Singer 13 саат мурун
Does Jay offer to take Mario for a ride in any of his cars? That would be so cool!
Steven Singer
Steven Singer 13 саат мурун
This is one of my favorites on this channel!
C. Smith
C. Smith 13 саат мурун
I remember Corvairs well. We took a Corvair van to Yosemite when I was in high school. I loved the lines of the Corsa and I remember the turbo charged flat six which was a Porsche killer in its time. Another great Leno's Garage. Thanks Jay.
Snow White Cat
Snow White Cat 13 саат мурун
Nice !
Mr. Clean
Mr. Clean 13 саат мурун
he says chassis weird - just say'n [i am aware, he's a Pommy - hard C word]
Casey Brannon
Casey Brannon 13 саат мурун
I had a 2000 with the same color and interior as this one, just better wheels (thank goodness, those wagon wheels are not my favorite). Had the Z51 package too. Thing got an easy 30 mpg on the hwy and leg room for days. I'm 6'2" and could move the seat back so far I couldn't press the clutch in all the way. Miss that car a lot.
Steve k
Steve k 13 саат мурун
What is the fuel economy MPG on that car since the engine is mostly idling?
EJFXxx 13 саат мурун
only a poser would not consider this !
Doctor Goop
Doctor Goop 13 саат мурун
I have to buy and pay for a ticket and Jay gets a corvette with a free ticket. Go Jay. Love your channel.
Frany 13 саат мурун
Good luck buying one! People won't let em go.
C.J. Medina
C.J. Medina 13 саат мурун
spot on...spot on. Haha, I've owned 4 Miata's, all either gen 1 or 2 and two C5's and one C6. Keep going back n forth. Both are sooo much fun in different ways.
steven katz
steven katz 13 саат мурун
non-pandemic edition!!
mtacoustic1 13 саат мурун
The earlier 'Vettes were much classier than the newer too busy, way overpowered stuff.
MoFlyboy Blanquito
MoFlyboy Blanquito 13 саат мурун
Looks like J is growing his hair out. Sweet
Mattie Madison
Mattie Madison 14 саат мурун
What a awful boxey car
Steve k
Steve k 14 саат мурун
Would be nice to see an American company build one of these with modern engines, regenerative modern brakes, and batteries.
madmax96 14 саат мурун
I love my 01.. it still turns heads. A new car is only new once. This style is timeless.
Nic 14 саат мурун
Boogardi! Lol
Bob DeCardenas
Bob DeCardenas 14 саат мурун
Thanks Jay! Love Corvettes I’m on my 10th with the new C8 one of them. What a car, one for sure to own for many years.
juarez69 14 саат мурун
Fascinating Jay! Thanks
memsybabe 14 саат мурун
Who needs number plates when your name is Jay Leno... 😉
YTF 14 саат мурун
Thing about GM is their budget cars are so poorly made that I would never think about getting their flagship car.
Sportify48 14 саат мурун
I am a huge fan of the second generation even thought I was born in 82, but the 57 Corvette looks sweet. I get the point that the Corvette later got to much bling bling chrome. Sometimes understatement just looks better ;). I got the same opinion. Thanks for sharing :).
MrBizike 14 саат мурун
It was hard to watch Jay sit and slide down the seat.
Bill Hansen
Bill Hansen 14 саат мурун
That sure is one way to flip Jay's face shield in to place.
Eric Selden
Eric Selden 14 саат мурун
Love my pops 2000 Nassau blue vert
Y 14 саат мурун
Jay amazes me every time a real car guy.
Maciel Mac
Maciel Mac 14 саат мурун
350 not a lot... 106hp in my garage. Diesel... Suv... With the kids chairs strapped to the back. The most powerful car I have ever owned... Maybe one day I'll own a 200hp car petrol car, with a lower center of gravity. Sweet dreams... But I love these videos
Robert Fisch
Robert Fisch 14 саат мурун
Im not sure youve heard this before, but the story i heard from friends in the EAA. Said the corvair engine was originally designed for the military as a bid to build Helicopter engines. GM lost the bid against Bell helicopter. Then the enginneers decided to complete with VW so as not to waste the effort to date.
Lance Dolan
Lance Dolan 14 саат мурун
I'm curious as to how the aftermarket cold air intake got on there. I sort of got the impression jay doesn't realize it's not stock.
Jason Leedham
Jason Leedham 14 саат мурун
I sold my 75, the year this came out, still miss it (70s vettes are seen differently in the UK btw) Despite the performance difference, I would take a 61, or 67 or a 53 over a 99.
daniel wiley
daniel wiley 14 саат мурун
I love a millionaire that the average guy can relate to
Patrick Van Nuland
Patrick Van Nuland 14 саат мурун
...I'll be in my bunk... (Thank you, Jay. That was Something Wonderful.)
Brett Allen
Brett Allen 14 саат мурун
$62K is ridiculous. A VanderHall from the US is 200HP and 29K!
Zachary Bennefield
Zachary Bennefield 14 саат мурун
Let’s see one on the C5 Z06
Ralph Wirth
Ralph Wirth 14 саат мурун
Our Chevy Volt has a gas engine that runs an electric generator that similarly powers the car but uses batteries to store energy. It's amazing to see a vehicle from the early 1900's that pioneered the same technology minus the battery storage. I grew up in the Antique Car Club of America but never heard of this car before.
Kinky Streets
Kinky Streets 14 саат мурун
Jay," I didn't get paid, they gave me a Demo Corvette." So the value of the Demo Corvette is $0 according to Jay.
Oldin Mariner
Oldin Mariner 14 саат мурун
Thank you Jay for saving something so unique. A DIY from "Mother Earth" Mag. many years ago was build your own electric car with a diesel generator for range. I similar idea but 50 years after this design. Now you can buy or build a sailboat with an electric drive with regen. Add solar and/or wind generator and you can go anywhere on the ocean with no fuel used.
Benjamin GENENDER JR. 14 саат мурун
Those of us that hate to admit they Know Mr. Bill thank you for sharing what a great machine
moegeek 14 саат мурун
Those C5s are well engineered cars, except for the passenger compartment. Drivers that are tall, well-fed Midwesterners with bad knees won’t enjoy getting in and out. But once you’re in, you don’t want to get out!!
Gary McAleer
Gary McAleer 14 саат мурун
Last of the graceful vettes.
zilksmooth 14 саат мурун
I agree with the comments that Jay, who can afford anything and owns a lot of high end iron appreciates what a great performance car this is for the money. Refreshing contrast to Mr. Regular’s constant forced joking and sarcasm.
SuperAgentman007 14 саат мурун
Do you have power steering Power brakes?
Brett Allen
Brett Allen 14 саат мурун
Great way to lose an eye...
SuperAgentman007 14 саат мурун
You got a afterburner on that car when you Trump on it?
Ashley C
Ashley C 14 саат мурун
I love these videos! Would like to see a 1971 Stingray edition
James Farnham
James Farnham 14 саат мурун
Dear "ex" friend of Jays who failed to close the door. Don't be expecting another ride...EVER! Lol
sdfswords 14 саат мурун
So cool to see Jay extol the virtues of the great engineering in the C5. Bullet-proof reliability, cheap to run, exactly what America can build when the engineers and car guys make it happen. LS engines will easily go 3-400K miles with minimum attention in everything from Suburbans to Corvettes.
Rogue392 15 саат мурун
Love the uniqueness of this. Like a futuristic VW Bus. I can definitely see a future in this company as we've all moved to subscription based services. If the price is right, I wouldn't mind having a subscription on my everyday car. The freedom of being able to jump in and out of a car is nice.
Scot Forman
Scot Forman 15 саат мурун
Jay Leno, a man of his word. A true car guy. We love you Jay Leno
Phil Stephens
Phil Stephens 15 саат мурун
Absolutely fascinating...the Brits did so well developing automobiles, trains and airplanes. Great mechanical engineers and they designed for longevity, power and style 👏🏻👏🏻. That engine is amazing and I wonder if any other automobile company designed/ manufactured a similar power plant ? Another great restoration and well presented...only thing missing was a lady in sequins and ostrich plumes in the back seat.
Andy Andarius
Andy Andarius 15 саат мурун
Perfect candidate for Carmageddon.
Cameron Dall
Cameron Dall 15 саат мурун
I have always loved the 1958 and 1959 Lincolns. I believe these were the first unibodies of Ford and they had issues with them due to mass/length of this vehicle.. I do love these designs .