Comments - Leno Turns his Chin to a Two-Faced Camaro

Published: Oct 25, 2012
Description: This "Jekyll and Hyde" 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS convertible is half high-quality restoration, half customized street machine. Built as a showpiece, it was used to educate State Farm insuranc...
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Description: The Harvey Dent job continues from the boot, through the interior and into the engine bay. Even with mismatched brakes, wheels and cylinder heads, the car is still drivable, and will be making an appe...
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Tim Preisinger Oct 26, 2012
Thanks for the info Wyatt
Wyatt Gordon Oct 25, 2012
Leno says he doesn't like Ferrari very much because he felt like they were just using the looks and the badge to sell for far too expensive prices, and he feels that Lamborghini were far better cars, not relying on just the looks, and they were much better priced (at least used to be)
Michael Montefusco Oct 25, 2012
If you google it, there is a short video somewhere telling why he does not have a Ferrari.
Tim Preisinger Oct 25, 2012
I have also heard he isn't really into Ferrari. Anyone know why?
Chris Gaines Oct 25, 2012
I don't think Leno owns Any ferraris for some reason
Bill Estep Jr Oct 25, 2012
Nm its a 87 n that's not a dino but a miura my bad
Bill Estep Jr Oct 25, 2012
Idk if I saw it right but does jay Leno have a red countach I saw in the back bout 2-3 down from the dino
Aaron Crisp Oct 25, 2012
"Harvey Dent job" .. Haha good one CarBuzz. Very interesting video, worthwhile to watch.
Colby Church Oct 25, 2012
So many people comment before reading the article... -.-
Wyatt Gordon Oct 25, 2012
dafuq? that's all I'm gonna say
Daniel Eads Oct 25, 2012
Jim, you obviously didn't read the article did you? How about you know what you're talking about before you talk again? Ok?
Jim Hinds Oct 25, 2012
This just screams I have too much money and too many camaros this thing looks like shit
Jimmy Bartolotta Oct 25, 2012
I prefer the stock look when it comes to my muscle cars. I just like the wider wheels and upgraded engines.
Tim Preisinger Oct 25, 2012
I would want both sides!
Dillon Dixon Oct 25, 2012
I'll take the yellow, please. I like my muscle cars to be mostly stock. Just stick to power upgrades.
Craig Lafey Oct 25, 2012
Ummmm what? Lol
Bill Estep Jr Oct 25, 2012
I wonder if sit in the middle I'd feel normal mmmmmm....
Lou Guerrero Oct 25, 2012
Passenger dude. Duh.
Aaron Crisp Oct 25, 2012
I feel like my insides are ripping apart to decide which side I prefer more.
Antonio Falsetti Oct 25, 2012
Would be good for NASCAR. The right side has the better tires.
DjVegar No Imitations Oct 25, 2012
MOT tester would have a field day with this
Brad Henson Oct 25, 2012
Hahahah yea boy
Boyd Boudreaux Oct 25, 2012
Guess I'm simple I'll take both sides
Bill Estep Jr Oct 25, 2012
It's like rag's to rich's
Lee Cascio Oct 31, 2012
Left bank forged internals and valve job.
Clay Higdon Oct 26, 2012
Did you not "read" the article? It clearly states that it IS drivable.
Adam Gray Oct 26, 2012
Did you guys not watch the video or something? This car is not drivable an Leno had nothing to do with it. He's just talking to the guy who was on the team who put this car together.
Serge Pankratov Oct 25, 2012
Anythings possible if you got Leinos money haha
Morgan Marcella Oct 25, 2012
What the hell, this is weird
Cody Gillard Oct 25, 2012
Thats some really good work
John Serely Oct 25, 2012
@bill um...that would not really work lol
Blaise Harned Oct 25, 2012
That's pretty legit!!
Grant Boshart Oct 25, 2012
Kudos to them. Can't believe it's drivable
Bill Estep Jr Oct 25, 2012
That is unbelievable now let em do a Prius n Venom GT
Lou Guerrero Oct 25, 2012
Now that is weird,