Finally, we have a car that, unlike the others, is not designed to enter the water. Instead, the Holbrook Skiff, which was a one-off that Leno now owns, mostly just looks good near water.
Taking design inspiration from a yacht, the Skiff has a center door along the side and even a nonfunctioning propeller in the back. The engine is covered in brass and copper. Appearance-wise, it evokes a time when wealthy car owners had chauffeurs to clean and polish cars to keep the vehicles both attractive and functional.
The Skiff is a true head-turner, but how does it compare to the two other cars when it comes to appreciation? Watch the video to find out.
CNBC's "Jay Leno's Garage" airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET.