1955 Packard Caribbean - Jay Leno’s Garage

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Jay Leno's Garage

5 ай мурун

The self-levelling suspension is a really fun feature but that's just the beginning of innovations on this American-made convertible!
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Darrel Robertson
Darrel Robertson 7 саат мурун
Great video...thanks Jay. Noticed the wheel covers. I am 73, class of 65 and I was very familiar with cars of the 50's and 60's. Seems that people 40 and under don't know the terms hub cap nor wheel covers. My Sister's 1953 Chevrolet had bow-tie hub caps and my Father's 1960 Plymouth had optional wheel covers. Hub caps were standard and wheel covers were optional. Please share with your audience by demonstrating and show some car brochures for proof.
Gardar Torfason
Gardar Torfason 19 саат мурун
Stunning car!
producer73
producer73 Күн мурун
Of course someone had to pipe up over the smoking reference. People have a lot of time. You are 100% correct though. My parents didn't smoke. My Dad smoked a pipe the odd time. But everywhere, people smoked. Ash Trays in malls, elevators, hospitals, offices etc..I remember I was roughly 6-7 years old and my folks and I were in the local hardware store Beaver Lumber. I turned to go into the next isle and a man walked passed me with a Chesterfield in his hand, and I hit my hand on his burner. Freaking Great Tymes!!!. He said sorry, didn't bother me in the slightest. I went about wandering around looking at tools. We were a different breed then. It was a great laid back time. On another note. Gorgeous car!!!.
Barber Doug
Barber Doug Күн мурун
My father who retired from Ford Motor always raved about Packard's. Thanks so much for the memories. Your videos are the best thing on u tube
Eazy Street
Eazy Street 2 күн мурун
Those were the days. Gas was cheep and you didn't have to wear a diving suit to have sex.
Teddy
Teddy 3 күн мурун
I think it's kinda cool too.
Sal DeMaio
Sal DeMaio 3 күн мурун
In October of 1955 I ordered two brand new Packards. My wife chose a beautiful three tone red, white and black Clipper. I ordered a Caribbean hardtop. Wonderful cars. I kept that car until I traded it on a new 1963 Imperial Crown sedan.
John Smith
John Smith 5 күн мурун
Beautiful car but that hood fit is horrible, tite on one side and 2 inch gap on the other, why didn't you say anything about that?
detroitbluesguy
detroitbluesguy 6 күн мурун
Great body lines.
William Stone
William Stone 6 күн мурун
I'm a home inspector, a few years ago I inspected a house belonging to a Packard family member in Warren OH. It was like the Munsters house, a 1920's or 30's house, closed up since maybe the late 70's or early 80's. Everything was covered in dust (and mold) and the carpets, curtains, furniture had all faded to the same shade of dirt. The house was a time capsule, original everything, wringer washer still in the basement etc. I remember there was a Packard grandfather clock in the living room- who knew they made clocks? In he single car attached garage was a Caribbean convertible. The other memorable item, as if that weren't enough was that on entering the attic I was showered in raccoon poop, raccoons had claimed the attic and decided to do all their pooping on the attic hatch. The good and bad of home inspecting come at very close intervals sometimes.
Janine Dunkel
Janine Dunkel 6 күн мурун
I like that Jay mentioned lead in the hood. My dad was a fender and body man in the 50's on. He knew how to lead the cars, Bondo was a dirty word in our house! This beauty and I are the same age, but she carried the years better than I do.....
johnny G
johnny G 6 күн мурун
NOW I DRIVE A 04 MERC GRAND MARQUIS AND I RENT OUT THE TRUNK SPACE. THERE IS A FAMILY LIVING THERE RIGHT NOW...!!!lololo...! Careage Driver Center on KGglobal.
johnny G
johnny G 6 күн мурун
THANKS JAY GREAT VIDEO, I LOVE THE WAY YOU TALK AND EXPLAIN THINGS. I HAD A 56 CLIPPER IN 64, THAT TOOK ME BACK AND FORTH TO MY COLLEGE. IT HAD A LEAKY GAS TANK AND JUST A LITTLE RUB OF SOAP ON THE HOLE AND I COULD GET BACK AND FORTH TO SCHOOL WITHOUT ANY EXPLOSIONS lolol. IT HAD THE LEVELING SYSTEM BUT THIS ONE WORKED OFF A SWITH ON THE DASH I DON'T THINK IT WAS AUTOMATIC. IT HAD PUSHBUTTONS ON THE STEERING COLUMN FOR THE TRANS. ONLY HAD THE PACKARD A SHORT WHILE AND THEN GOT A 59 ALL WHITE CHEVY IMPALA 2 DOOR HARDTOP. I LOVE HOW YOU GIVE DON RICKLES A HARD TIME ON YOUR SHOW...hahahahaha...!!! RIP DON.
Richard Jones
Richard Jones 7 күн мурун
My first car was a 1956 Packard Clipper four door sedan. Not a very desirable car, but to me it was beautiful. It had the 352 all original and cost me $250 in 1969 when I was 16. This baseline family car was amazing. Jay, it had the same suspension as your convertible! I played with that suspension and showed it off to everyone. No one else had it. The car was not a hot rod, but it road like a dream and had all the room I needed to haul friends around. The dash looked just like yours. Back then I had a real certified Packard mechanic in my area to help me work on it. It is truly unfortunate this company did not survive. They built a wonderful vehicle. I'm sure you know the torsion bar system was used by quite a few manufacturers. The most prominent was Chrysler. I have a 2003 Dodge Durango that utilizes torsion bars in the front. It gives the SUV a very good ride. That's why I've owned Chryslers, Dodges, and Plymoths over the years.
Old Seer
Old Seer 7 күн мурун
It looks almost like a Mercury.
Ray Hansen
Ray Hansen 9 күн мурун
MY FRIENDS POP WAS THE LAST PACKARD MAN,LOUIS TROISE.HE KNEW EVERYTHING ABOUT PACKARD
Patrick Padilla
Patrick Padilla 11 күн мурун
Hey Jay that's a great car I fell in love with one but I didn't have the money and it was the dark blue and the car was just so beautiful it was like a polished Stone and the little fact was that I got about that car is that it didn't have a passenger mirror because that was an option thanks a lot God bless Jay thank you !!!!!
mario polo
mario polo 11 күн мурун
Thank you Jay! Always a great time to see you, and this car is just beautiful. Stay healthy and keep posting.
MsCaryopteris
MsCaryopteris 11 күн мурун
Thanks for that.
abel reyna
abel reyna 12 күн мурун
I would put money down to bet that torsion bar system is far more reliable than a modern Range Rover's air suspension bs.
Kevin Cook
Kevin Cook 13 күн мурун
Jay if you don't want to go to disc brakes you can replace the alcohol base brake fluid with silicone fluid - it won't boil on you.
Marjorie Kaminski
Marjorie Kaminski 13 күн мурун
Didn’t Studerbaker buy Packard about that time?
Frank Meyer
Frank Meyer 13 күн мурун
You are so right about the colors of modern cars, they are designed to look great in the showroom and not on the road!
joegarcia54
joegarcia54 13 күн мурун
How many feet long?
Gregory V Bratz
Gregory V Bratz 14 күн мурун
Championship Rounds
Bob Chauncey
Bob Chauncey 14 күн мурун
Back in '55 I sat on the rear of a Packard just as Jay did to see it level itself...it did. I was in high school.
George Sullenberger
George Sullenberger 15 күн мурун
Jay when I was a kid my uncle worked at a gas station I grew up around 3 wrecking yards so I was around cars a lot and many different types we're talkin the late 50s till now so my uncle pulled a prank on me and told Meto change a tire on the back of this Packard why didn't know about the level suspension or anything and you know you had to shut it off before you jack it up where the bumper Jack well I proceeded to jack it up while the suspension was still turned on immediately the car started jumping up and down making funny noises and actually jumped off the bumper Jack I never seen anything like that I I I I just I couldn't believe what was going on it was funny I'd love to see that in a movie you know because the people that aren't aware of cars and how they operate they could have used that at Maximum Overdrive and nobody would have known any different I love your show Keep On Keepin On Jay it's much better that are talk show it's very informative
mike voltamp
mike voltamp 16 күн мурун
I love how Jay drives his cars. Keep going strong!
islandnites
islandnites 16 күн мурун
I wonder if today's cars will look this ridiculous to folk in the future - as these antiquated vehicles seem as seen through our eyes now?
demarcus b moss
demarcus b moss 18 күн мурун
The resonant gateway assembly embarrass because support aboaly avoid toward a gigantic jumper. laughable, cute driving
Mike63
Mike63 21 күн мурун
If you're a car guy like me and trying to stay safe during the pandemic these videos are a great escape. The Caribbean and the '58 DeSoto Fireswep are my favorite cars ever made. The last car we had with torsion bar suspension was a '72 Valiant Scamp purchased new with the 318 V8 and we got 130k trouble-free miles out of it. The suspensions were indeed wonderful and, while I love our '18 Challenger Scat Pack, you can drive over a cigarette and identify the brand. I miss smoother riding cars. I guess I'm getting old...
Marc Wilkinson
Marc Wilkinson 24 күн мурун
Thanks Jay.
Randy Olander
Randy Olander 24 күн мурун
Mr. Leno, I had the distinct pleasure of meeting you in person three different times. The first time was in front of Autobooks in Burbank. I was driving my 1964 Mini Cooper and you were in your lovely Miura. You were so pleasant and enjoyable. You asked me about my car and had a few questions. For you to have paid attention to my little people's car touched my heart. I notice you apologize for the info you provide in your videos a lot. Don't let angry know-it-alls who correct you online force a position on you. You are the most genuine guy and for you to openly provide the opportunity for guys like us to share your experience, well it's a good thing. Thank you for being who you are. Sincerely, an old fan and gearhead.
Josh Mills
Josh Mills 25 күн мурун
Thank God for Leno, we could be stuck with Harry's Garage.
Dave Johnson
Dave Johnson 28 күн мурун
That suspension is so slick for the 50s
Ivan Sampaio
Ivan Sampaio Ай мурун
The torsion bars system appeared at the same year than hydropneumatic suspension by Citröen. How about to compare the two solutions?
nek 24
nek 24 Ай мурун
Are you sure jimmy hoffa isn't in the trunk
Chilly Dawgg
Chilly Dawgg Ай мурун
They called it that because it's the size of an ocean
jstevenj1
jstevenj1 Ай мурун
WOW!
Dale Anderson
Dale Anderson Ай мурун
What an awesome car, love it!
James Kelly
James Kelly Ай мурун
Hi Jay, love the show! Would you consider doing a episode on the Renault Alpine A110 ?
SD
SD Ай мурун
"I paid three bucks a pound for this car" had me laughing "carbon fiber that hood" :))) - absolutely love the pandemic edition and all classic cars you are showing us.
Mike Bagwell
Mike Bagwell Ай мурун
I have a big poster advertisement for this car, and _that_ is still in excellent condition.
Johnny Williams
Johnny Williams Ай мурун
It is called condensation.
Solemandd67
Solemandd67 Ай мурун
Ultracool Caribbean. Back in the mid '90''s I was a member of the Freewheelers Car Club in San Francisco. Another member had one. Their design is arresting and technology so advanced. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆
Kevin Rice
Kevin Rice Ай мурун
One of your best Jay
Kevin Rice
Kevin Rice Ай мурун
Packard always road the best
Paul Bethell
Paul Bethell Ай мурун
Love the car Jay......love the format!
STU POC
STU POC Ай мурун
I used to run potato chips to a Farmer Jack store next to the old Packard Plant on Joseph Campo and i forget the cross street. I like how he got motor (electric)and engin(gas) defined. I always F with people who call a engin ,a motor.
InflatablePlane
InflatablePlane Ай мурун
Packard's Ultramatic torque converter transmission, introduced in 1950, also has the honor of being the first automatic transmission with a lockup torque converter which boosted its efficiency.
Mercmad
Mercmad Ай мурун
I think they were tied in with Mercedes who had the electric suspension control on the 300 Adenauers..
donkey boy
donkey boy Ай мурун
Damn they built Merlins during the war and they waited 10 years to offer a V8.
roderick cameron
roderick cameron Ай мурун
Super video by Jay....easy viewing of a great car....lovin the torsions....
jey Lee
jey Lee Ай мурун
This is one of the reasons I love your show Jay, I had no idea Packard even made that car. great job putting the camera on the far back end, I think we got a feel of how nice the ride is.
Sergey B.
Sergey B. Ай мурун
да, при сравнении с этой машиной, сейчас мы ездим на полном дерьме))
Patrick Sullivan
Patrick Sullivan Ай мурун
Jay is the, "Man of Wheels"! He loves Cars and Motorcycles and shares them with us. Thank you Jay. You really help us to appreciate all of these because of how well you show them to us. I am a 73 year old retired Aircraft and Helicopter Mechanic and I love all of the technical information you share with us.
turbinexman
turbinexman Ай мурун
I love how the dual exhaust system is laid out!! Unfortunately, a lot of "Gen Xers" and "Millennials", don't know what a Packard is!! Nice ride Jay!!
dave t
dave t Ай мурун
Jay was going into a monologue but then stopped himself, old habits are hard to break
Demetre Jakhaia
Demetre Jakhaia Ай мурун
CHAIKA cars are fake Packards
Ronald Devine
Ronald Devine Ай мурун
Another great video. What a shame that the only American company to build the famous Rolls Royce Merlin engine would meet such a fate. Do you have in your collection the Soviet copy? Would love to see a comparison video
J.D. Matthias
J.D. Matthias Ай мурун
Packard and Dusenberg would be the car names I'd reintroduce to the market, but none of which would have modern looks. All throwback looks with modern engine technology
Andy Harman
Andy Harman Ай мурун
I have thought for a long time that if I could, I would bring back the Packard nameplate. Classic styling, minimum of computerized luxuries, and modern drivetrain and suspension technology. Think "Luxury for the Active". (I keep waiting for a modern automaker to introduce a system that will wipe your chin if you drool.)
Douglas Engle
Douglas Engle Ай мурун
18:00. Watts linkage. This looks like a variation of Watts linkage for lateral location of the rear axle. I wasn't aware that Watts linkage of any from had ever been used in a USA production car. The parallel links with the rear axle appear to possibly be of a spring bar design allowing some compliance instead of stiff lateral links typical of Watts linkage. Very cool. The self leveling suspension is something to admire. My concern would have been it wouldn't be reliable, but maybe Packard made sure it was. It appears to allow the car to be softly sprung by allowing the car to regain its proper ground clearance after a prolonged change in vehicle ride height. The frame on the car looks remarkably strong and rigid with a lot of box sections and triangulation making up and connecting the frame members. It was a an expensive car for its day $6,000 1955 BL&S inflation calculator puts that at $58,478.43 in 2020 with no A/C.
Dominic Albisani
Dominic Albisani Ай мурун
I have a soft spot for Packards because I used to live down the street from the Packard plant in Michigan growing up and i remember I got to sit in a purple Caribbean when I snuck into the restoration shop 😂
Patrica omas
Patrica omas Ай мурун
How criminal would it be to put on disc breaks?
MRGRUMPY53
MRGRUMPY53 Ай мурун
If the top hasn't been put up in 20 years, it's doubtful that it will be able to be latched onto the windshield clips....tops tend to shrink up when not used....I had a friend that had a Buick Reatta, that was garage kept, and only taken out on nice days in the summer....The top was down for two years, and then found that he was unable to get it clipped closed....... He raised it as far as it would go, wetted it, and placed two 50 pound weights near the windshield. He did this, every other day for two months before it would stretch out enough to close.
David Bazan
David Bazan Ай мурун
I was wondering how to say it! So now I know its tomatoe/tomatow. Packard in the fifties was a vapor of its best days. No more glamorous was this Packard than a '55 Chevy. Fine tech- but luxury buyers back then especially demanded sharp looks. This didn't have them.
ferlenarab
ferlenarab Ай мурун
It's a beautiful car! The guy who worked in the RR tower had a '55 Packard 400, It would be parked by the tracks and I always thought how nice it was!
Coastal Auto Reaction / The C.A.R. Guys
Coastal Auto Reaction / The C.A.R. Guys Ай мурун
Jay heads up! There is a person on YT stealing your content! Says “Jay Leno’s Garage YT”
Mark Rick
Mark Rick Ай мурун
Jay your cars are so cool you can have a nighttime talk show and just talk about cars so cool
Vancouverman
Vancouverman Ай мурун
The torsion bar suspension was also used in some Chrysler Corporation products like the Plymouth Valiant.
Flora
Flora Ай мурун
😍 it's beautiful
Robert Stuart
Robert Stuart Ай мурун
The jaded of us know that prior to 1965, the tobacco industry "paid" the car manufactures to promote smoking by making it omnipresent with all the accoutrements.
peterdaniel66
peterdaniel66 Ай мурун
Anything that is usually either modern or ahead of its time brilliantly engineered usually gets lost on the masses that’s why the real car guys go for the oddities such as the Packard and other mix. The torsion bars suspension was not adapted by major manufacturers save for Chrysler corporation because they were more interested in pinching pennies instead of technological breakthroughs or innovations Chrysler on the other hand was always the engineering company
Tyler Shackles
Tyler Shackles 2 ай мурун
Who parks on rail road tracks Jay?
Elijah Hodges
Elijah Hodges 2 ай мурун
I love Your Packard!
mike marin
mike marin 2 ай мурун
Jay, but it's called "motor oil" or a "outboard motor" or "motor city" or "motorama" Nice car, my uncle had one when I was a little kid.
bobdadruma
bobdadruma 2 ай мурун
I used to maintain one of these cars for a client. It was an awesome car! I always loved to road test it.
Phil Jonides
Phil Jonides 2 ай мурун
My dad worked at Packard in the fifties, first time I ever saw this car, thanks.
Retro Thingz
Retro Thingz 2 ай мурун
Certainly agree with you about today's utterly drab car colours. The '50s, '60s and '70s auto colours were so much more attractive
Sarah Corente
Sarah Corente 2 ай мурун
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Paul Straney
Paul Straney 2 ай мурун
You didn;t point out the Watts rear linkage.
Appalachian Ridgerunners
Appalachian Ridgerunners 2 ай мурун
You believe the top works. Hahahaha haven't put the top up in twenty years.
Rick Bergles
Rick Bergles 2 ай мурун
My graduation present was a 1952 Pontiac (in 1967) with a straight eight. It was so smooth you could not feel it running. And the Indian Chief on the hood lit up.
BILL MILLER
BILL MILLER 2 ай мурун
THERE WAS ONE OF THESE THAT USED TO BE PARKED IN FRONT OF A QUANSIT HUT GARAGE WHERE WE USED TO HANG OUT AND WE GAVE THAT LOAD LEVELER SUSPENSION A TRY BY SETTING ON THE BACK FENDER !....////
Александр Шатан
Александр Шатан 2 ай мурун
In Soviet Union in 1958 was made a six window limo ZiL 111 for the leaders of the country and Packard Caribbean was chosen as a model for exterior design. The car was quite good looking.
Herman
Herman 2 ай мурун
The Sovjets Russian Csaika looked very much a Packhard copy of this type and 1950's age with the politbureau leaders showing off.. during parades on the Red Square.
edsnotgod
edsnotgod 2 ай мурун
nice size and appearance
emjayay
emjayay 2 ай мурун
Ford only had push button transmission controls on the first year of Edsel in the middle of the steering wheel. Actual Fords never had push buttons. Mercurys had push buttons for a couple years on the left.
emjayay
emjayay 2 ай мурун
I had a couple decades old 1956 Plymouth convertible. I drove down the Divisadero hill in SF to the Marina with six people in it. The brakes were recently redone. I had it in low. When I got to the bottom of the hill I had both feet on the power brake pedal pushing as hard as I could. Fortunately the signal was green because the car only slowed down. That's how it was with all drum brakes, kids.
emjayay
emjayay 2 ай мурун
There is something wrong with the hood/grille. The space between the grille and hood is not symmetrical. Actually there should not be much of a space.
john fleming
john fleming 2 ай мурун
I had a 54 Studebaker I used to cause the brakes to fade.Leno has neat tales.My Studebaker has a Borg-Warner 3 speed that was pretty good, aalso had a heating element under the driver's seat. Chrysler used torsion bars on the front ends of some of their cars, but not as cool as this set-up
robert sykora
robert sykora 2 ай мурун
I restored one of these for a gentleman near Philadelphia 30 some years ago . Bottom of the sides was dark charcoal along with the pink and white
Joey NoLegs
Joey NoLegs 2 ай мурун
Great video Jay
Steve Wallace
Steve Wallace 2 ай мурун
Great episode Jay-you’re enthusiasm for classics is appreciated
Greg Wright
Greg Wright 2 ай мурун
I love this format. Seems more personal.
Rich Tygart
Rich Tygart 2 ай мурун
Trust me. If you bought that car in 1985 when the movie Back to the Future came out and that was a car that would have been on Back to the Future, this 14 year old boy at the time would have thought it was prehistoric 😂
iispjhanna
iispjhanna 2 ай мурун
Wonderful tour Jay. Thank you very much - and don't forget: they are 9 feet long.Lol
Keith Dromowicz
Keith Dromowicz 2 ай мурун
Jay, You’re the best thing on wheels. This episode reminds me of my father, who loved Packard.
John Turnbull
John Turnbull 2 ай мурун
I am a retired motor mechanic ( FORCED UPON ME BY BIG BUSINESS GREED FOR MONEY) but thats my problem ! The reason for my coment is that i admire JAY LENO because of what he is and his contribution to cars and all the engineering that goes with it I.E. motorcycles ( which is what i am at heart) but everything in his collection,his descriptive ability is ( THE BEST IN THE WORLD) Sorry murray walker but am sure you will forgive me ( i love you as well).As i am now trying to come to terms with retirement!!! my one goal is to save up the fare and come to america to shake the hand of the world ( famous) Jay Leno please excuse me for patronising its just i am writing from the heart,and thank you jay leno and i sincerely hope that my quest will come true before my time is up Kindest Regards J.T.
Scooter Rat
Scooter Rat 2 ай мурун
I like these pandemic videos. They are more personal and intimate.
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