One-Off 1938 Hispano-Suiza Dubonnet Xenia Visits Jay Leno’s Garage


Why having money and influence really pays off.

Jay Leno always has a good time at his own private garage/museum. Besides having a wonderful collection of his own, he's privileged to have the opportunities to see some of the most unique and rare cars in the world. Automakers want and value his opinions and he regularly attends some of the best auto shows. He's basically living the dream of any gearhead. Take this case involving this extremely unique and one-off 1938 Hispano-Suiza Dubonnet Xenia (got all that?).

In this latest episode of his web series, Jay talks about the Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard, California, which is dedicated to the preservation of French cars of the 1930s - you know, before that whole German invasion thing.

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The head of the museum, Peter Mullin himself, brings the car by Jay's garage where he gets the chance to take it out for a spin. It's truly a beautiful machine and it's well worth watching the video in its entirety.