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“Anarchy on Wheels” - This 1930 Bentley may look ordinary but it’s not. It has a massive airplane engine inside. This 800 horsepower engine is the equivalent of 27 Toyota engines combined. The car also has no seatbelts. Yikes!
"Anarchy on Wheels” - For the first time in he life Jay Leno climbs (literally) behind the wheel of a massive Monster Truck. The truck is called “Survivor” and that’s the right name because all Jay wants to do is survive the double steering mechanism.
"Anarchy on Wheels” - Jay Leno is no stranger to driving fast but this is something entirely new. Sidecar racing requires the driver to essentially kneel and lean forward against the front of the vehicle.
“Anarchy on Wheels” - Today, Jay Leno goes off the beaten path and ends up in the Thunderdome. These post-apocalyptic cars are part of an annual event known as Wasteland Weekend. Be careful, Jay!
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