1930 Duesenberg LeBaron Barrelside - Jay Leno's Garage

27-Sen, 2020
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Stolen diamonds and a suicide--this particular Duesenberg has a very unique backstory.
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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.”
1930 Duesenberg LeBaron Barrelside - Jay Leno's Garage
Jay Leno's Garage

  • Hey grandpa Lenno. Try labelling your keys! Very nice Chariot BTW. When custom coach meant exactly that. Absolutely Beautiful! As much a piece of kinetic art as a working car. Thankyou for sharing your passion with the rest of us

    Gorilla FunkGorilla Funk2 soat oldin
  • What an absolutely stunning automobile. Thank you Jay and please let us see the other Doozies. I could look at the under side of this car for days, never mind the body and interior. I have 2 lifts in my garage just so I can detail and study my cars after they have been driven for awhile.. A relaxing place for me in these crazy times. Just like watching your videos.

    David LessardDavid Lessard5 soat oldin
  • Wow, now that's a car with a story.

    Craig GibsonCraig Gibson9 soat oldin
  • Sure do miss Jay on the tonight show. Loved the video

    Dennis HuppeDennis Huppe9 soat oldin
  • Good and all...... But where's the burnout :O

    Maxcherie88Maxcherie8810 soat oldin
  • Oh yeah ... Verry dirty engine , shame on you !

    Maxime L'ÉcuyerMaxime L'Écuyer10 soat oldin

    Maury PontiffMaury PontiffKun oldin
  • Thank you Jay, great to here the history and how that intertwines with the engineering and functionality of the car. You've really preserved a piece of history, thank you for sharing.

    Happy DaysHappy DaysKun oldin

    Mike MikeMike Mike2 kun oldin
  • My first car was a Lebaron. A 1986 Dodge lebaron that is. Metallic brown with a red velour interior.

    Rob HRob H2 kun oldin
  • “Subsequent Duesenbergs I got” Hahaha. Much love, Jay! You always put a smile on my face

    Alejandro CruzAlejandro Cruz2 kun oldin
  • Im distacted by jays hair...

    james bonejames bone2 kun oldin
  • The pandemic ain't stopping Jay Leno from delivering great content. Keep it up Jay. Stay safe also.

    George RamosGeorge Ramos2 kun oldin
  • E L Cords N933W Stinson is Now Flying in Re dding Ca. Mr Cord Purchased this Airplane on June 24th See It Fly on utube Just search 1930 Stinson ....Jay Take a Look

    Earl AllenEarl Allen2 kun oldin
  • War criminals, hope they get reported.

    Jasper ChanceJasper Chance2 kun oldin
  • Oh yeah Jay one more thing, okay have a locksmith replace all the locks with the same key. stop freaking out. keep the original locks with the keys that go with them. but now you only need one key to do all the locks. it'll save the car in a fire!. keep a key ring with a dozen keys on it and pretend you have to run down the right key, but of coarse they are all the same and you look extra smart remembering what key goes to what.

    Rex HaglundRex Haglund2 kun oldin
  • walking under that Dues, reminds me of the opening to Star Wars. it just keeps going and going, so much going on under that car. it's like the underside of a star destroyer.

    Rex HaglundRex Haglund2 kun oldin
  • When J goes I’m gonna cry. He really is a gem

    skiingrocks00001skiingrocks000012 kun oldin
  • Thankfully I'm not yet leaking fluid.

    A BallerA Baller2 kun oldin
  • That cam bolt tool system for the wheels is very clever.

    Julian MartinJulian Martin3 kun oldin

    J TJ T3 kun oldin
  • If it is titled when sold 1937 .how is it that the 17yr old bought it in 1929 rite before the stock market crash .? Something is fishy here Jay.????

    Mike KennedyMike Kennedy3 kun oldin
  • Thank you Jay.

    Larry WellsLarry Wells3 kun oldin
  • We Love The Story and The Doozy So Much This is Our Second Round!👍😁😍 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐😊

    Huntington Beach SasquatchHuntington Beach Sasquatch3 kun oldin
  • Well, Jay, it's been nice visiting with you, and your car.

    Just LookingJust Looking3 kun oldin
  • Easily, one of my favorite episodes TO DATE!! Brilliant

    hashbrown1969hashbrown19694 kun oldin
  • Oh my, that's a beautiful automobile

    Susan fromBfloSusan fromBflo4 kun oldin
  • I have a LeBaron too. ... It's 4cyl and from 1986

    Y e e tlejuiceY e e tlejuice4 kun oldin
  • Jay you are just a very cool guy! Thank you for sharing your life and collection.

    bmwresolvebmwresolve4 kun oldin
  • oh hoo! big!

    Scientist WalterScientist Walter4 kun oldin
  • I REALLY enjoyed this episode and learned a ton. Thanks, Jay!

    John GerkenJohn Gerken4 kun oldin
  • I don’t think I’ve seen a car’s innards as clean for one that isn’t “pristine...” Thanks Jay for the detailed look of a Duesenberg, perhaps the most beautiful car ever made in automotive history. Love the color combo . . .

    Sgt Al’s Traffic Ticket BlogSgt Al’s Traffic Ticket Blog4 kun oldin
  • Jay that has to be the most relaxing episode I've ever watched my father loved duesenbergs he was a mobile station owner in southern California and was always telling me amazing stories about the duesenbergs thanks for bringing back my father's memory God bless you sir

    Barry EldridgeBarry Eldridge4 kun oldin
  • Thank you Jay - I love Duesenbergs - and learning about them

    John RogersJohn Rogers4 kun oldin
  • Great stuff Jay. Loved the video. Is this the car at the end of all your videos that does the “Meep meep!” ?

    Thomas AubertThomas Aubert4 kun oldin
  • Thanks Jay! I learned quite a bit and love everything about the car. It’s quite revolutionary and ahead of it’s time with many forward thinking ideas incorporated. I did know about the mechanical ABS however not the maintenance clock work computer device and some other features you have shown?! How awesome really!. I met a younger then I gentleman at our local Back to the 50,s car show here in St.Paul who brought one he recently acquired in St.Bonifacia MN. I congratulated him for beating you to it, he , I and the crowd that gathered around us while talking about the car got a real good laugh. I asked many good questions about the car many there I could tell wanted to learn about. No body would say anything so I decided to talk with him and I’m glad I did. It was a 1929, with its original patina/aged white color and interior. He told me it was all original and he is the second owner! I talked insurance valve with him as well and was able to get out of him that he had it insured for north of $350,000.00!! honestly I surprised it wasn’t more honestly. The car was very large and commanded a serious presence. It was a 2 door from what I can remember with Maby a rumble seat or something. I wish I had the pictures I took of it. They are in an old cell phone I don’t use anymore. 2013-14 I think it was. He has never brought the car back from my knowledge. I have always had an interest in Duzzy,s however I’ve never understood them as much until recently thanks to how nice you show and explain about them. Very great to learn from you in your genuine informative way. I find these videos a real treat and great learning experience. My kids also agree. Thank you Jay!

    Josh BrekkeJosh Brekke4 kun oldin
  • Jay's after my own heart. If I had his money, and his car collection, I'd drive 'em too. A classic car is a piece of history. If it's not being driven for everyone to see and enjoy as it drives past, it should be in a museum for everyone to see and enjoy.

    BazilRatBazilRat5 kun oldin
  • His being a comedian shines through with the statement, this vehicle leeks fluids like any old person 'Brilliant

    Stephen DonatoStephen Donato5 kun oldin
  • Hey Jay, with regards to the tool that removed the wheel hub, why not see if someone can print a version that won't scratch the chrome? Retire the original tool and make a new one, maybe a tough carbon fiber, something like that.

    Melanie EnglertMelanie Englert5 kun oldin
  • Jay is such a great guy, he makes me like “one of the guys” and just talks to the camera as such. Love this series

    Your DadYour Dad5 kun oldin
  • I LOVE THE F1, I also think the Ferrari f40 is up there as well.

    Kyle Anthony PetersKyle Anthony Peters5 kun oldin
  • Dear Mr. Leno, YOU FILTHY CAPITALIST! You have a room full of Duesenbergs. Nobody should be so rich they can have a room full of Duesenbergs. That's just too much for any one person to have. But if you were to ship me one of your Duesenbergs (or maybe a really nice Packard), I might be willing to look the other way.

    bic papermatebic papermate5 kun oldin
  • Ironic... every time I watch a Jay Leno car review, and I see that Duesenberg pull into the garage and honk the horn at the end, I wonder... is that the one I saw him in at Pebble Beach? So youtube always teases me with things I might like to watch over on the right hand side, and this video shows up this morning. As I'm watching it, I'm wondering... is this that one... and what year was that... 93? 94?... and about that time he says it won Pebble Beach in 92. When we got to PB, I needed to take a leak really bad... as did a hundred other men lined up at the porta potties... and I realized I couldn't wait thru that line. I saw the PB lodge in the distance, and figured there had to be a john in there... so I walked over there, inside, and sure enough, no one in the john but me. I finish, go to the wash basin, and In walks Jay Leno... throws his tie over his shoulder, and proceeds to take care of business. As I walk out, I realize my friends will never believe my story... realize I have my video camera strapped to my shoulder... so I walk back in and video Jay at the urinal (nothing x rated of course). He finishes up, walks over to the wash basin, starts talking to some other guy that had walked in... as I'm still filming... and they're totally ignoring me. Later I see him driving this Duesenberg across the platform winning the award for Car of the year. Somewhere I must still have that video.

    Superglider NoybSuperglider Noyb5 kun oldin
  • I built many models of these, I have been fortunate enough to work on and be near some incredibly nice cars, In my opinion these are the most beautiful automobiles made.

    geneticepistomologygeneticepistomology5 kun oldin
  • great story! great history!

    maui wauimaui waui5 kun oldin
  • Clark Gable and Gary Cooper owned dusenbergs.

    Aaron GrandaAaron Granda5 kun oldin
  • Car guy Jay Leno [apologetically]"It's a working car." Car guys - "Stop apologizing and talk about the car!"

    ToxicTikiToxicTiki6 kun oldin
  • I now know how to change a tire on a Duesenberg! Maybe some day that information will come in handy. I hope.

    Darrylizer1Darrylizer16 kun oldin
  • I think that may be the first time I have heard the words "annoying" and "Duesenberg" in the same sentence.

    Andrew BessoAndrew Besso6 kun oldin
  • Hey now Jay, ?, just carry several gallons of distilled water jugs with you- you have room somewherez am sure!!! GOOD BLESS! I don't like hollywont but its a historical need to have spent your money not with mongering continual but to educate our human enginuity for the future ;) of human engenuity !!

    You TooYou Too6 kun oldin
  • Now American cars are junk

    Ronald SchultenoverRonald Schultenover6 kun oldin
  • What a wonderful lesson in automotive history Jay! Thank you for sharing the fascinating details about this fine car.

    Pat FusickPat Fusick6 kun oldin
  • Thanks for this Jay!

    Grant AucampGrant Aucamp6 kun oldin
  • This video truly warmed my heart. Thank you Jay.

    Billy BodaciousBilly Bodacious7 kun oldin
  • Jay Leno is a liberal Marxist pig. And as a car and motorcycle guy myself, I am deeply saddened by that.

    john harrisjohn harris7 kun oldin
  • Well that was one Duesey of an episode. can't wait for the next one. LOL

    welltellwelltell7 kun oldin
  • Now there is a car!!!

    Mark NairnMark Nairn7 kun oldin
  • Imagine being a kid in 1930 and someone pulled up in one of these babies; breathtaking.

    Carl CampbellCarl Campbell7 kun oldin
    • Is that original tool kit cool or what!

      Carl CampbellCarl Campbell7 kun oldin
  • I enjoyed it

    LONNIE N. CLIFTON 111LONNIE N. CLIFTON 1117 kun oldin
  • Jay. What dedication. We love your cars, your stories, and the effort you put into them. Sincere thanks

    Dan DurkinDan Durkin7 kun oldin
  • I saw Leno at the "Golden Sails" in Long Beach for a three week comedy run off, he was the Host, I'm guessing 1983-1984?. By the look of his picture then he already owned this car. Never watched him on TV, on way too late. I watched him probably 200 plus times driving that black Pur Sang, while I built my car. Best shop teacher ever, you rock Jay!

    shaftmasterlathesshaftmasterlathes7 kun oldin
  • Thanks' for sharing that with us Jay.

    Stuart CunliffeStuart Cunliffe7 kun oldin
  • use distilled water it works well :)

    Shane TylerShane Tyler7 kun oldin
  • Sweet!

    820hurleyj820hurleyj7 kun oldin
  • Thanks Jay, We enjoyed all that ...

    THE BOZOTHE BOZO8 kun oldin
  • Jay keep talking cause I'm learning.Thanks

    Phill HofhanslPhill Hofhansl8 kun oldin
  • Jay, paint a colored dot on the key and the lock. A different color for each lock.

    Earth OrbiterEarth Orbiter8 kun oldin
  • 85 degrees in SoCal, driving a Dusenberg, in Dickies cover-alls of all things. 🤣 I absolutely love it, sir.

    Bill In The BoxBill In The Box8 kun oldin
  • Thats Still the Most Beautiful American made Car. Stoled German money for German Immigrant Made Car That's What Happens to Theifs Karma.

    Klaus SchreyerKlaus Schreyer8 kun oldin
  • Do you have an F-1? Crapola, I should have thought some before typing that. Of course you have an F-1! Do you ever let Noobs like me drive it? I promise to be nice to it and own a 650+ HP '97 Camaro, so you know I won't do anything stupid in your very nice car! We could trade rides? Boy, now I have lowered myself to that level of begging! I love your Dues! My grandfather had a stretch '32 Lincoln with four rows of seats so the entire family could ride at the same time. My mom was 12th of 13/14? and always got to sit in the front seat. The pictures he took out west are iconic! Again, I love your car. It is also my favorite color, blue. I have a Chrysler Pacifica in that color and it is nicer than a Mini-van should be. Rambling and drooling at the same time, and still thinking of your F-1! PS, the Jaguar XJ-220 is my favorite Super Car, just because it is so gorgeous! Do you own one of those and would you do a video about the F-1 and Jag XJ-220 some time in the future? Love your show, why isn't it on Netflix, or some place where I can watch on my big screen? PPS. Just saw the adds for the tour of your garage! WOW!

    Stewart DaviesStewart Davies8 kun oldin
  • The illuminati car guy Jay leno

    stevexNYCAutomotivestevexNYCAutomotive8 kun oldin
  • I wonder if jay knows about gordon maray’s T50 because he loves the F1 .

  • The sound of the hoods closing. Not tinny like others, sort of a solid fit. Better than Jay's downshifting...crunch!

    Gary ChandlerGary Chandler8 kun oldin
  • Uhh who does the b roll and exteriors beauty shots if leno is alone?? Ha ha ha good lighting too plus he has e3 cams with edits

    r sprocketsr sprockets8 kun oldin
  • ...omg... Jay. I will drive down to you (I'm in San Jose), and personally teach you how to drive a crash box! I was a professional driver for 45 years, driving GM buses, with the transverse engine and gear box from a front end loader. Miserable things, but you learn and get pretty good at it. So, let me teach you !!

    crickle47crickle478 kun oldin
  • Why is he putting tap water in an engine instead of Distilled water and antifreeze?

    Craig HubachekCraig Hubachek8 kun oldin
  • Fun to see Jay driving around the San Fernando valley, it brings back memories. I had a '70 Dodge Challenger convertible back then, it was a factory 340 car. Most of the money I earned was spent on gas, which was burned driving that car as much as possible. Nowadays I live in Tokyo, Japan, and drive a BMW 550i. I would trade for my old Challenger in a heartbeat. I would also love to eat at some of those places Jay drove by, like El Pollo Loco, and Carl's Jr.

    JP GuthrieJP Guthrie8 kun oldin
  • This made me feel Jay is a bit more human. ...this gauge doesn’t go back to zero.....tool kit just drops out... a little leak here and there.... can’t find a key.. I guess there are some things we all have in common. I like the pandemic editions better actually.

    vnorvivnorvi8 kun oldin
  • A great car for a run to In-N-Out.

    jelly336jelly3368 kun oldin
  • Damn, nothing like owning a car someone actually died in.

    Brandon PetroskiBrandon Petroski9 kun oldin
    • @bill boyd Okay boomer

      Brandon PetroskiBrandon Petroski6 kun oldin
    • I remember when 50,000 a year died in cars, they're not that rare.

      bill boydbill boyd6 kun oldin
  • Amazing car. To me this the best looking Duesenberg he has. First one I saw was in a famous Dutch car museum, Louwman Musuem, including the 1st Toyota among many other fantastic cars. The moment I sat my eyes on the SJ they have in there I was sold and that's when the name Duesenberg got stuck with me. Never heard of it before and thanks to Jay's videos one can learn a lot from these cars. If you like, please check the car I menioned following this link of the museum: www.louwmanmuseum.nl/en/car/duesenberg-model-sj-lagrande-dual-cowl-phaeton/

    cornpit77cornpit779 kun oldin
  • Wow , Great Car , Great Story ...

    Thomas RankinThomas Rankin9 kun oldin
  • Oh Jay you're so much fun to watch I love your videos and the close UPS of your finger

  • Uncle Scrooge's ride.

    Dan LekinDan Lekin9 kun oldin
  • I read about Deusenbergs in the 1970's (my Dad bought me a book about classic cars). I was intrigued. Thanks, Jay for making this come alive! You even showed us the toolkit and the tire wrench operation. I appreciate Deusenbergs even more now.

    Bob CitizenBob Citizen9 kun oldin
  • Jay, thanks for another great episode! It''s almost as good as being invited into a stranger's shop and finding out he shares the same wonder of 'things mechanical' from a bygone era. Keep'em coming; COVID is not going away anytime soon and your efforts sure are appreciated.

    OmphaloskepticOmphaloskeptic9 kun oldin
  • I like the ageing supermodel analogy,,,

    PJ GreenPJ Green9 kun oldin
  • 4 Valves per cylinder and dual cam in 1928 ??? Let that sink in...

    Andrei MAndrei M9 kun oldin
  • I've got some paperwork from the deusenburg factory on west Washington street in Indianapolis.

    Andrea JumpAndrea Jump9 kun oldin
  • Jay always tells a good story. Cheers.

    mike requadtmike requadt9 kun oldin
  • What an absolutely stunning vehicle

    Mark B.Mark B.10 kun oldin
  • Really love this channel. Thanks Jay Leno, keep up the good work!

    ZOMGoS ZZOMGoS Z10 kun oldin
  • There was a time when scientists thought that if a person were to go faster than 60 mph, their blood would freeze

    Joe JamesonJoe Jameson10 kun oldin
  • Wow what a beautiful car....

    u tuberu tuber10 kun oldin
  • Jay , who owns Gary Coopers Phantom ?

    EttoredipugnarEttoredipugnar10 kun oldin
  • It's time for Jay to build a "Leno". Who knows what it would be in the end, but we all know it would be a design marvel.

    no nameno name10 kun oldin
  • Terrific car, Jay. Thanks for the nistory on Duesenberg, I always was curios about it. Hope to see your other ones. 12 Qts oil every 800 miles. That means I can't buy one~....

    Charles FlemingCharles Fleming10 kun oldin
  • On the off chance that Mr. Leno sees this, thank you for sharing your collection and knowledge of cars with us. I enjoy these very much, if anyone else had this collection I don’t thinks they’d be able to present them as genuinely as you do, thanks again.

    KnockingDieselKnockingDiesel10 kun oldin
  • The altimeter was a crucial part of the equipment of a Duesenberg. The ultra-rich of the time would have insisted on a driver who, when they told him to jump, would ask them, "How high?" Without that instrument, how would they be able to tell him?

    Dread PenguinlordDread Penguinlord10 kun oldin
  • had to change the oil every 700 miles? too high maintenance for me.

    Carl LarsenCarl Larsen10 kun oldin
    • All cars needed oil changes 10x as much. Oil would burn off and turn to sludge real quick. Oils come a long way.

      Barry BoppinsBarry Boppins10 kun oldin