Dennis checks out Jay Leno's many Bugattis and goes for a spin in his one Maserati, a 1962 3500 GTi. In the shop, Steele Rubber Products use their 60 years of experience to help him learn about when ...
A weekly television program that captures America's love affair with the automobile. Dennis Gage, the handlebar mustachioed host, takes you along for the ride and keeps it entertaining with his unique perspective and infectious boundless enthusiasm for all things automotive. Since its premiere on TNN in January 1997, this show has become an icon in the collector car world and has something for everyone. From daily drivers to Duesenbergs, from local cruise-ins to the most prestigious car shows in the world, this program covers it all.
The pilot episode aired on The Nashville Network (TNN) on 3 January 1996. After viewers went wild about the show, TNN agreed to fund 13 episodes and the first season premiered in January 1997. It moved to Speedvision in 2000, continuing with 13 episodes per year/season. For season 9 in 2005, it was expanded to 26 episodes per season and has continued that way every year to the present, through a couple more network moves. See more »
Jay Leno's Favorite Program
Comedian and talk show host Jay Leno, himself quite a collector of classic automobiles, with several dozen stabled at his home, once commented on the 'Tonight Show' that 'My Classic Car' was his favorite television program.
Not a program for those who don't like the smell of grease and oil, 'My Classic Car' regularly looks in on off-the-frame restoration projects and follows them through from towed-in rust heaps to best-of-show prize winners.
Initially placed on TNN and now seen on Speed TV, the program attracts a wide-spectrum following. The show offers tips for the do-it-yourselfer, giving suggestions as to determining the value of your car, etc.
Produced by Bradley-David Productions, which also brings to life 'Ride-On' and 'Texas Hardtails', the program is hosted by hardcore collector Dennis Gage. The off-camera narrator is Brian Jackson, Gage's on-camera co-host on Speed TV's 'Ride-On'.
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