1969 Lamborghini Espada – Jay Leno's Garage

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After 30 years of ownership and one mechanical rebuild, Jay gives his 1969 Lamborghini Espada a cosmetic restoration and is ready to show you why this car was once known as the Italian Rolls Royce.
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1969 Lamborghini Espada – Jay Leno’s Garage

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48 COMMENTS

  1. Is it strange not to apperiate Lamborghinis? I mean no real racing pedigree, only looks and specs which were not tested against others on the big stage.

  2. People say the Lamborghini Espada is ugly? They are the same ones that say the Yugo has first class style!

  3. Today journalists measure the car by its infotainment system, regular (read boring) humans drive mostly all those generic shoe boxes, great brands will disappear if things continue this way…

  4. Gas pumps used to have long hoses so you could reach over to the other side but no more! Things don't always get better.

  5. I agree that it is a good idea to let it warm up and I also think it is a good idea not to rev the motor while sitting still because that has been the cause of more than one Exhaust fire on the newer models.

  6. Seems like I'm the only one who thinks this car is ugly. Those headlights. Can't stand them. Look like something is missing. And the windows…they look too big for the car.

  7. As he mentioned, Harry Metcalfe has a few videos on his Espada. Currently he is having the engine rebuilt and has a multi-part video detailing that if you're interested in the technical side of the car.

    Personally, this is not my favorite style of car with the large quarter panels. I prefer a sleeker design but I certainly can appreciate the look.

  8. Great car but… Is it just me or is Jay a horrible driver? He cut off at least two vehicles changing lanes on the highway. Especially that school bus trying to get to the offramp! Yeah, he had his blinker on but…

  9. There was one of these cars in Charlotte NC. For many years it sat high in the air on top of an old brick flat roof top above the front entry way of a garage that fixed European cars. It was slime green. 🤔 I wonder if it is still there.

  10. Hard to believe that Lamborghini started off making tractors and tractors are still made under the Lamborghini name. Lamborghini Trattori

  11. It is an absolutely fantastic car! I remember
    about 1969 my brothers and I saw a silver one inside of a bank in San Francisco,
    unforgettable.

  12. I have seen a lot of these episodes and I have to say this is my favorite car. I wish to god I could have one. After I watched this vvideo (for the 50th time) I researched everyone and gandini and everything. God I want one. Unfortunately I'm a sous chef making 32 a year with a 13 year old kid so I will have to make do with my 2000 dodge dakota that is on its last leg. Maybe a pinto in my future

  13. I love the styling but look at all the effort they go too for 350 horse, from the front it looks like my old corvair

  14. The front of the car and front fender lines looks like the AMC AMX 1971 copied some of the styling cues.

  15. I absolutely adored this car when I was a kid in the 70's, although all I had was a photo of a deep green one from a magazine, mounted on my bedroom wall by the light switch. I liked everything about it. It is just great to have your video about it! The switchgear, the rocker switches reminds me of Dad's car Fiat 131.

  16. The bummer is in 1990 I made like 40K and in 2020 I make like 70K and the Ferrari's price went from 28K to 1M…thanks Boomers

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