Yellowstone Tour Bus: 1936 White Model 706 | Jay Leno's Garage

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Yellowstone Tour Bus: 1936 White Model 706

23 Replies to “Yellowstone Tour Bus: 1936 White Model 706 | Jay Leno's Garage”

  1. Like that Jay feels response and expirencd to that he knows what's going on.

  2. Funniest thing I've ever seen in any of Jay's videos Checkout 24:40, where Jay explains the origin of "it runs like a sewing machine."

  3. Now that was a fun video. I love when Jay features these "orphan" vehicles. Much more fun than a Ferrari or Lamborghini. Makes me want to visit Montana.

  4. Nostalgia, what a great concept! I enjoyed this episode of Jay's garage the most!

  5. Glacier National park has the same bus, only they are Red. The drivers are called "Jammers, " since they Jam the gears. Two of my best summers working in the parks. Glacier also has a LaSalle Roadster that they us to drive famous people over the pass, which is SSSOOO cool.

  6. The bus owner leans more to the business side of the restoration of these vehicles. Although not surprising Jay knows about vehicles, he’s a definite gear head. He’s very knowledgeable and gives great mechanical advice along the trip.

  7. Jay, I never thought I would find a bus video interesting, but this one was–well done. 🙂

  8. I feel like I have seen all the episodes, but I know I haven't….is there an episode where Jay talks about the posters and artwork of his warehouses, or does anyone know what the giant Mustache Man face is or where it is from? It looks like something that would have been an entrance for an amusement park or something like that

  9. Why does this look better than any other new vehicle on the road? I really think this vehicle needs to be in service at the park again. EDIT: The fact that these are still in use today, in original form, is the best thing I've ever heard! Yay!

  10. Thank you, Jay! This is a very important episode for me. My grandpa Milton DeLucchi worked for the White Motor Company from 1919 to 1953 at their San Francisco truck factory, 11th and Mission streets. I have pictures of him and his crew working there. He loved those trucks — especially the later "pancake" engine. He was very proud of all White trucks.

  11. Its nice and refreshing to see someone so into a product. Its quite possible that he is a reincarnation of Yellow Stone Park. Perhaps someone from a past life that loved this park so much.

  12. The episodes with classic, antique, historic…etc vehicles are the best. Jay's knowledge of the manufacturer is amazing. He seems like your grandpa that knew everything and could fix anything. Episodes like this where the vehicle owner or spokesperson actually cares about the vehicle instead of just reading their script are great.

  13. Can almost feel 1936 just looking at this truck. Love it. Thank you Jay Leno for letting us enjoy this one with you.

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