Jay checks out Ted Davis' Model D, which took first place in the open-wheel race car class at Pebble Beach this year.
Christian von Koenigsegg walks you around his latest extreme performance hypercar, the record-breaking 1160-hp Agera R.
Get an up-close look at the Agera R on its first trip to America. According to Christian von Koenigsegg, it's a daily driver that goes up to 273 mph!
Check out these photos of the 1924 Delage 2LCV.
Lukas Huni walks Jay through his 1924 Delage 2LCV V12 Grand Prix, one of only two in existence!
At 1,900 pounds, this car is like a secret weapon on the open road.
You will not believe what's going on with the engine of Bruce Canepa's vintage Porsche...
Ned Spieker shows Jay the short-wheelbase berlinetta he co-drove with Stirling Moss at Goodwood!
Geoffrey Hacker introduces Jay to the first documented coach-built sports car in post-war America.
Frank Stephenson steers Jay through not one but two 12Cs - a drop-top and a track car - at Pebble Beach.
Myron Vernis takes Jay through his one-of-a-kind, mid-engined X-8, designed and built by Roscoe C. Hoffman.
Can you guess what the body paint color of this car was?
Jay and Justin Bell deconstruct Keyser J. Hur's dream supercar, inspired by his favorite mid-century GT racers.
Get a close-up look at the purpose-built carbon fiber and aluminum tub, and the bespoke supercharged 5.4 liter V8, which boasts an impressive 845 hp.
Ambassador John Price of the Price Museum of Speed shows off the car that won the Indy 500 in 1931 with Louis Schneider at the wheel.
Red tires? Find out why this three-speed 500cc twin exhaust was known as "The Silver Redbird" in its day.
Jay sits down with Barbara Minty McQueen to talk about her book, chronicling life with her famous husband.
Join Jay at Laguna Seca, where Craig Jackson shows off the only Plymouth currently racing, built and driven back in the day by Dan Gurney.
Here's what 505 real, aspirated, old-fashioned hp looks like!
Jim Patterson, 2010's Best in Show Winner, shows Jay around his latest acquisition, which survived WWII thanks to a French double agent.
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