1953 Hudson Hornet - Jay Leno's Garage

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Jay Leno's Garage

3 ай мурун

It's no wonder that this celebrated marque of NASCAR fame, with it's innovative "step-down" design, is one of Jay's favorite classics.
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Hosted by legendary comedian and “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno, the series explores our obsession with all things automotive. From classic cars to supercars and everything in-between, Jay is hitting the road to discover the most exciting, weird and wonderful vehicles ever made and meet the passionate people behind their wheels. Each one-hour themed episode features a mix of stunts, challenges, reviews, and celebrity interviews that showcases the colorful history of the automobile. Whether he’s exploring the story of an iconic brand, road-testing the newest super car, or investigating the latest automotive innovations, there is no wheel Jay won’t get behind to tell the story of our love affair with the car.
About Jay Leno: Acclaimed TV late night show host, admired stand-up comedian, best-selling children’s book author, much-in-demand corporate speaker, lovable TV and movie voice-over artist, pioneering car builder and mechanic, and philanthropist…it’s no wonder that Jay Leno is widely characterized as “the hardest working man in show business.”
1953 Hudson Hornet - Jay Leno's Garage
Jay Leno's Garage

radioguy1620 11 саат мурун
would have loved to see a 53 Olds pull up next to him at a traffic light.
Michael Maxwell
Michael Maxwell 13 саат мурун
Wow! The Green Hornet.
Kay Clark
Kay Clark 19 саат мурун
Jay Love this Car True-Classic. Just Curious Did You say How Much this Car cost Brand New? Thanks Kay
On Location Kat the Kal Kat show
On Location Kat the Kal Kat show Күн мурун
That old car is sweet. The term Hudson Hornet would not be known to kids xcept through the Doc in Cars, which was a Hudson Hornet. Ha.
David Hocutt
David Hocutt Күн мурун
Such a beautiful car. 💚
Colin MacKenzie
Colin MacKenzie Күн мурун
Long, long ago, when I was reading Road and Track and Car and Driver (This would have been some time in the 1970s) Car and Driver ran an article comparing the Hudson Hornet to the American Motors Hornet, April Fool issue, I think. The Hudson they had was an old heap, unrestored and in lousy condition, while the AMC was new but basically cheap. At the time I didn't know that Hudson had in 1954 become part of AMC, and it didn't occur to me that the Hornet name had company history.
Stephen Safran iii
Stephen Safran iii Күн мурун
This car as old as I am but looks way better.
Gary johnson
Gary johnson Күн мурун
My dad had a hornet and he had a jet both were race cars
Alan Jameson
Alan Jameson 4 күн мурун
1) I was too young to drive back then, but my great aunt and uncle had a yellow Hudson Hornet when I was a kid. 2) That clock looks like it could have a radium dial, so it would be easy to read in the dark. The radium dials in those days, and into the 1960's as I recall, were much brighter than the later ones.
Jerry Craig
Jerry Craig 4 күн мурун
HEY Jay, I will clean the cars for minimum wage if I can drive the 1950s to the 1973s American cars, I don't even need minimum wage just a place to sleep and some food, call me!!!
Jerry Craig
Jerry Craig 4 күн мурун
I want to drive it
John Richards
John Richards 5 күн мурун
Any video you put up is woth watching jay. In mn. There are no shops like yours that i know of. I loved the story of your rod being stolen. Your stories are why i watch your videos. Makes the cars live again. Your passion is inspiring.
Al fulton
Al fulton 5 күн мурун
My dream car. I would love to get one eventually.
James Stacey
James Stacey 5 күн мурун
I bought a 73 Delta 88 for a daily driver. My wife thought I was nuts, but I love the car. I've upgraded it with some better brakes, newer carb, ac and it never fails to draw attention when I'm driving it. The thing about cars today is they all basically look the same and have no character or legroom. The Delta sleeps 8.
Dale Mettee
Dale Mettee 5 күн мурун
I had heard that Hudson had multi valve designs before other manufacturers. Way ahead of its time.
TheGearhead222 7 күн мурун
These cars were so ahead of their time-unitized body also! This really helped keep the center of gravity low for better handling-John in Texas
Dana W
Dana W 8 күн мурун
Buick hasn't disapered.
LMacNeill 8 күн мурун
I didn't know there was such a thing as a 6-volt alternator -- wow! My Dad had a '55 T-Bird that he converted to 12-volts. I bet if he'd known about a 6-volt alternator, he'd have left it 6-volts. Anyway, as usual, your videos -- pandemic edition or not -- are always informative and enjoyable. I really like this channel and history of these amazing cars you have! Thanks so much for sharing them with us!
MTpockets Woodenickle
MTpockets Woodenickle 10 күн мурун
Jay, take it to the drive-in. Meet some peeps! Hang out.
DR Boze
DR Boze 10 күн мурун
Well, Jay, if the six volt wiring is a heavier gauge, that's better.
Shawn Osterloh
Shawn Osterloh 10 күн мурун
Very Nice Car
J O'B 11 күн мурун
Pandemic edition = stupid
Joseph Larsh
Joseph Larsh 11 күн мурун
What a beautiful color and car
Demetri Dar
Demetri Dar 11 күн мурун
The reason big rigs have six cylinders is cost. No need to have smooth running, and the turbo plus low speed range means no need for breathing of the 8 cylinders.
Prashast Kumar
Prashast Kumar 12 күн мурун
From my reading, the advantage of inline 6 cylinder layout is that it has no secondary vibrations - makes for smoother engines. Kudos to Hudson for sticking to the science.
scotpens 12 күн мурун
"Look at all the chrome in this thing." Perfect for reflecting the sun into the driver's eyes. That's why you don't see chrome on car dashboards anymore. And it was Nash-Kelvinator, not "Calvinator."
Hank E
Hank E 12 күн мурун
These were tanks. The chrome is unbelievable. That was when cars were cars.
Bold One
Bold One 13 күн мурун
Jay, as you remember, Ford decided to battle it out for sales leadership with Chevrolet in 1954, pushing tons of cars onto there dealers as did Chevy. The dealers were selling at lowball prices to move them out.. The real losers and victims were the independent car company's that couldn't fight back. So the mergers of the weak came about. I very much enjoy your videos, you bring a wealth of knowledge and humor to the craft. You've had an incredible life so far. Keep up the great work. Lance
redoorn 14 күн мурун
just once i'd like to see Jay open the glove box on one of these sweet old cars to find a couple of old pistols. ;-)
Russ Woodward
Russ Woodward 14 күн мурун
Fantastic. Thanks!
Patrick Kelley
Patrick Kelley 14 күн мурун
Pop had 1951 Hudson 2 Down. Kept it several years....Got it in Norfolk Virginia.
benny turbeville
benny turbeville 17 күн мурун
He deserves everything that he has and we love these vids
benny turbeville
benny turbeville 17 күн мурун
I freaking love Jay Leno
Byronhk 18 күн мурун
The previous post left out compartment from engine compartment. Sorry for not catching that.
Byronhk 18 күн мурун
The car that I enjoyed driving the most when I was growing up was my dad's 1954 Hudson Hornet. You could get on the inside of the engine to work on it. It had an automatic transmission. When I ask my dad about putting a V8 in it, he said that a Packard V8 would fit the transmission housing. The car was a comfortable driving vehicle. However no power steering with 3800 lb. Power steering was an option that year along with oil filters being a new option that year on the 54 Hornets. And remember, no seat belts. One thing that used to happen was that my dad would drive to San Jose on the freeway doing 65 look up for a few minutes looking around look down at the speedometer and find that he was doing 80. That's how smooth the ride was.
rclc 18 күн мурун
One of the best looking restorations I've ever seen
mike sh
mike sh 20 күн мурун
the deer don't stand a chance with these bumpers!
Ian James
Ian James 20 күн мурун
Cars never got better
Keith Onine
Keith Onine 22 күн мурун
I had a '61 GMC 3/4 ton with hydraulic brakes and clutch that use the same fluid reserve. I pushed in the clutch and braked at a corner one day and blew the hydraulic clutch seal just as I put it in neutral. Reckon I should've replaced that when I replaced the brake cylinders and forgot to reconnect the emergency cables. But hey, it was my first vehicle I didn't even know it had a hydraulic clutch. It eventually rolled safely to a complete stop.
rob morris
rob morris 22 күн мурун
Jay Leno is a LEGEND!! I love his garage. There's no pomposity, just a love of cars and his down to earth sharing his collection. His knowledge and even admitting his lack of knowledge about certain aspects of a vehicle just shows this guy is down to earth even though he owns a 'billion' dollars worth of motoring history. Keep 'em coming JAY!! It's sad that the USA has to suffer the virus restrictions due to the complete incompetence of Simpsons cartoon POTUS Trump, assuring people it was "Just another Flu and would be over by April (2020). Thankfully, ALL our state Premiers bar ONE 'Conservative' (Read GOP) NSW Premier got on board and closed borders to restrict the spread. This idiot with the support of our equally incompetent Photo Op, 'Liar From The Shire' Prime Minister (Scummo), (as we call him) who allowed a cruise ship to disembark without quarantine knowing full well Covid cases were on the ship. Our active Covid cases are barely above double digits. Keep safe USA!!
TCL 22 күн мурун
Hello Jay, I’m a 67 year old guy. Jay, “You could overhaul one of these in a day- no problem 😉. “ Cars of that era were indeed easy to work on, it’s absolutely true. As a kid I recall hanging around older guys who would drop the engine on a Saturday morning. To be precise, they pulled it out with a block and tackle chain rig that was more often than not literally draped over the branch of a shade tree🌲 . You got it, the origin of the phrase, “shade tree mechanic.” The guys would rebuild the engine, and maybe the carburetor as well. Then put it all back together before 5 or 6 o’clock pm. Just in time to have dinner and head out to find someone to race. Usually within a few weeks they would throw a rod or worse speculating and arguing about why it happened. Then, the engine rebuild would start again. I enjoyed these times but I’ve never longed for the “good ol’ days” or wished that time had stopped somewhere along the way. I’m still wondering what’s around the next corner or over the next hill. For me, living life is always about moving forward. Appreciate the past, but the next “good ol’ days” are the ones you are living now. No doubt about it, the time we get to look around this place this place is very short. So, getting stuck in some fraction of the little time we get never made sense to me.
max conran
max conran 23 күн мурун
Love your cars and show Jay been watching for years live the Hudson wow . I'm from Australia. I have a question do you know or have any Australian cars like old Holden's and Ford's from down under . Your an amazing man Jay keep it going . Live your work from down under MAXY .
max conran
max conran 23 күн мурун
He he sorry for typos love your show .
Oddman1980 23 күн мурун
The reason big trucks use an inline six is because they balance well, no matter how big they are, and they are cheaper to manufacture than a V8. The engine in that car sounds amazing!
Ijeffrey Trian
Ijeffrey Trian 23 күн мурун
After Johnny left the tonight show I really didn't watch anymore, after watching Jay now and doing Joe Rogan podcast I can say Jay is a good guy. Down to earth no BS
Joseph Carson
Joseph Carson 23 күн мурун
Next to mine,your Hudsons kinda scrappy.😅lol
MyCargoShip 23 күн мурун
You don't need the crew. Obviously a waste of money. Shows are just as good if not better. Thanks Jay U tha man!!!
John Tapp
John Tapp 24 күн мурун
The Hudson, I’m told, is one of the greats among collectors. From what I see, it sounds like a fair assessment.
James Burns
James Burns 24 күн мурун
My neighbor, Louie, had one of these in Maroon (Tabacco Spit Brown). He weighed about 300 lbs. He would sit in it and smoke. One day he invited me to sit in the passenger seat. He started bragging about it. I was only 5 years old at the time. Everytime I saw that car in his driveway, I would think to myself: "A Fat car for a Fat neighbor." In 1960, Louie traded it off for a metallic blue Rambler Station Wagon.
Rockee Rockey
Rockee Rockey 24 күн мурун
I wonder if Jay Knows how truly lucky he is! Playing with a collection like this. Great Hudson!
John Ceragioli
John Ceragioli 24 күн мурун
The Hudson Hornet is my favorite 1950’s era car. A friend of my father owned one in the 50’s. They would sit 7 in comfort in that car during their teenage expeditions around Chicago.
Vim Hill
Vim Hill 24 күн мурун
when I was a kid my uncle showed up with a Hudson four door and took us for a ride, him and my dad in the front and six kids in the back, there was lots of room, a wonderful memory, thanks for sharing your treasures with us
Scot Killough
Scot Killough 24 күн мурун
Nice Car
amir playa
amir playa 24 күн мурун
You are the biggest channel, pumping antique automobile joy and passion into young people, and keeping this fandom alive! Thank you for keeping on, mr leno
Albatros 24 күн мурун
How does this guy get so disgustingly rich just by talking on tv.
rjdankert 24 күн мурун
@Jay Leno's Garage NO, the free market will not defeat a monopoly nor will revisionist history.
HunterShows 25 күн мурун
Typical of Jay to add stuff that doesn't belong like the alternator.
J.J. Perez
J.J. Perez 25 күн мурун
There is something organic, fresh and fascinating about the pandemic version other show. The "at home" feel that we are getting from Leno is nostalgic and unlike any other show. The cherry on top is that he now has time to tell his personal stories about the car or history which is captivating. I'm glued to my seat.
Matt Smith
Matt Smith 26 күн мурун
J Bill Gates is giving away 99% of his wealth before he dies can you give away 99% of your cars can I have the green Hudson hornet please
MrSouthernman73 26 күн мурун
@24:40 "Buick disappeared"...umm no Jay. They are still around. GM DID want to ax them the same time as Saturn, but found that their Export market of Buick in China was too profitable to kill it off.
Christopher Sciortino
Christopher Sciortino 26 күн мурун
I love when you show the underbody! Love seeing the cars on the lift
Roope Tapiola
Roope Tapiola 26 күн мурун
I hope theres still some of those high peformance options from Clifford. Like those racey aluminium cylinderheads. Or even a 5 speed transmission of course with overdrive to really make it just that more fuel economical for road trips. Edit: Gasoline is a lot more expensive here in Finland than in the USA.
Nenad Radosavljević
Nenad Radosavljević 27 күн мурун
This car and the Nash Ambassador just swept me off my feet. Beautiful cars.
Lawrence Lewis
Lawrence Lewis 27 күн мурун
It has a synchromesh first gear?
Lawrence Lewis
Lawrence Lewis 27 күн мурун
I drove a friend's 54 Hornet in Michigan a few years ago- it was built like a tank, solid and heavy. Powerful and no power steering or brakes. It was a handful to drive- I almost lost it once but brought it back to his house without a scratch. I doubt that I would ever own one, but I sure understand the appeal. By the way, the first "step-down" car was the Citroen Traction Avant which first came out in 1934.
Tom Trask
Tom Trask 27 күн мурун
7:00 - Jay...it might be time to address the shocks on that car
RyanTreks 28 күн мурун
I cannot thank you enough for taking the time to share your love of all of the classic/antique cars. I find your shows fascinating and extremely informative while being entertaining. I have always loved old cars but it's awesome how you restore them to almost all original and take us for a ride with you in all of the vehicles so we can experience what it was like when they were populating the roads.
Memo Alonso
Memo Alonso 28 күн мурун
I love it Jay and thank you for sharing this wonderful car. I miss these cars!
Simon Fleury
Simon Fleury 28 күн мурун
Beautiful car and video, thanks Jay!
Steve Cope
Steve Cope 29 күн мурун
From an era when you could still work on your own car. With modern vehicles now days, opening the hood is like pulling the back plate off your iPhone. You have this unintelligible mass of circuit boards and wires and everything is encapsulated in plastic and you just wind up asking yourself "What am I even looking at here?".
Seaker24 Ай мурун
Loved this one. Your affection for this car shows. Btw it seems you lost weight, stay healthy.
Randy Hendershot
Randy Hendershot Ай мурун
My Great Uncle Bob, a Kansas bachelor farmer, always drove Hudsons. A salt of the earth man, he swore by his Hudsons.
Peggy Hayden
Peggy Hayden Ай мурун
My Dad had a '52 Hudson Hornet that he loved. Two tone brown. He was a big guy, 6'6", and the car gave him plenty of room. My Mom, sister and I all drove it, one of the few in NE Minnesota. Thanks, Jay.
Eddie Rebel
Eddie Rebel Ай мурун
My f-150 (03 , v-6 ,190,000 mi) gave me a dash light for an air filter sensor one time .
Eddie Rebel
Eddie Rebel Ай мурун
Yes , most semis have six cyl Diesel engines and most of those also still use mechanical brakes , ( a proper use of size still can’t be beat ).
Mr. Smith
Mr. Smith Ай мурун
As a kid growing up in the 50’s and 60’s those Hudson Hornets and Henry J’s were everywhere in western PA. So were the Packards and Studebakers. My dad bought a brand new 1953 yellow Studebaker Commander. 2 door stick shift no radio or heater. 4 kids plus mom packed in the Stoody on Sunday morning going to church on a very cold PA Sunday morning. Dad scraping the icy windshield with his hanky and us kids cuddled in blankets in the back seat! God!!! I miss those days. Dad, God rest his sole he was a super dad. He survived Bastogne with the 101st. No heater, no problem. Died at 94, peacefully in his sleep.
C G Ай мурун
Beautiful car!
FreemonSandlewould Ай мурун
This virus reaction has been a world wide communist coup d'etat. Don't expect them to let it end. Hear me now. Believe me later.
James Hinterberg
James Hinterberg Ай мурун
You packed more lightly informed stupidity into a half hour than I would have thought possible.
Shaun Ай мурун
“The impound yahd” - proof Jay is indeed from Boston
Steve Mellin
Steve Mellin Ай мурун
Thank you . cool car
Byron Greene
Byron Greene Ай мурун
My dad had a repair shop from the 40s into the early 70s. As a kid in the 60s I worked at the shop helping out. Starters and generators were repairable in those days and one of my jobs was rebuilding them. Dad had a South Bend lathe and I would turn down the armatures and re brush them. In earlier days dad would even re wire the armatures. Good days. Dad loved Hudson's and Studebakers although he never owned one.
Emily Bulanski
Emily Bulanski Ай мурун
I owned one of these back in 1978. I bought it for $100. It had a lot of rust, so I got discouraged and sold it for $50.00! Bad decision!
Zendon builds
Zendon builds Ай мурун
Pretty cool that you mentioned Doc Hudson in "Cars". That character inspired the Moebius model car kit of today.
Seed_drill Ай мурун
Mitt Romney's father George closed the Hudson plant in Detroit and moved production to the Nash plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The '55 "Hash" lost its uniqueness and became increasingly ugly until both Nash and Husdon were dropped in favor of smaller Ramblers part way through the '57 model year. In addition to the lack of V8, Hudson tried to introduce a compact called the Jet, which was a financial disaster and the step-down styling was hard to restyle in an era where models were changed every year, which was cutting into sales.
Ted Thomas
Ted Thomas Ай мурун
Great car. Thank you.
HansDelbruck53 Ай мурун
In 1953, Hudson made the Hornet, Chevrolet debuted the Corvette, and my parents made me. It was indeed a year to be remembered.
Alain Bismut
Alain Bismut Ай мурун
Spendid, nothing less than a work of art. With some notable exceptions in Italy, England and Germany American cars ruled as the most beautiful cars in the world from the 40's to the very early 70's in my book. Then it went south, sadly.
Dan Foster
Dan Foster Ай мурун
My father bought a new 53 Hudson Hornet when I was 4 years old, I used to sleep in the area by the back window on long trips.
Harold Birge
Harold Birge Ай мурун
You're a king you're awesome that's great to know you're out there thank you
Shirley Rackley
Shirley Rackley Ай мурун
I bet they hauled a lot of moonshine.
Gary Cristani
Gary Cristani Ай мурун
The Pandemic is the biggest lie ever.911 is a close second.
Toolman Ай мурун
I remember in the 50s at the Sanford Maine drag races the Hudson Hornet stock. had a never ending second gear. They just kept on keeping on. Never got out of second in a quarter mile. Just kept on winding. I don't remember the numbers but they were hard to beat.
Tim Grant
Tim Grant Ай мурун
Looks fast and sleek standing still. We had a 49 Hornet when I was a kid.
rebelboy 77 Collins
rebelboy 77 Collins Ай мурун
So interesting and educational love this
G.F. Brynn
G.F. Brynn Ай мурун
I have a smile and I'm thinking, ya, I'd like to get a nice old car and fix it up. My first car was a 1973 Chevy Nova, straight 6, 3-on-the-tree coupe, and I could do all my own oil changes, tune-ups and other maintenance so easily. I couldn't afford (nor did I trust a mechanic to do the work properly) so I learned to do everything myself. And I was proud that I was able to do it all myself.
Balto D
Balto D Ай мурун
It would be amazing if we could see photos of the car as when you got it Jay! Idk if you and your crew did take photos- but the end result is amazing on all your cars! I think it would help us see what it looked like when you got it! Thanks so much for being a humble car guy, Jay. That isn't lost on normal people who are into cars.
Lance Grey
Lance Grey Ай мурун
Thanks for showing us the place Jay!
steve o
steve o Ай мурун
sell it your good buddy Biden is taking your right's away!
Eider de Mello
Eider de Mello Ай мурун
Great story, in 1979 I bought one for $400 , the owner had taken the engine apart to rebuild it, then he fell and nothing ever got done. It was 52 automatic. Someone had taken the original front seat out and out in a skinny Studebaker seat, looked hilarious in the wide space. A hunt for an original seat lead me to a man named Guy Zug. He had some Hudson's in his yard. AMAZINGLY he had another 52 two door. Seat still in it. Bought the seat for $50, the asked about the rest of the car. Got it for another. $100 minus engine and trans. Sadly never got them in the road.
Mono Rocks
Mono Rocks Ай мурун
My introduction to old cars was my neighbor’s ‘49 Hudson Commodore 6. My Dad drove him to pick it up and I got to go along. I was probably ten. I’ve had a soft spot for Hudsons ever since. Your car is gorgeous! One of the best looking Hudsons I’ve ever seen! Love your channel! Thanks!
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