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The St. Paul native was a counselor to troubled children before he got his start in comedy when he won first place in the Midwest Comedy Competition in 1981, according to Deadline.
The cause of Saget's death was unclear. Detectives found no signs of foul play or drug use, the department said.
Usually, when you think of barns, you think of animals. But this place is packing some Pontiac horsepower.
Jay and George Masters talk through one of George’s favorites, a 1956 Continental Mark ll.

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Jay heads to rural Minnesota to see a one-time shop that's now a great hang-out space.
See the power this 1941 biplane has, as Jay jumps in and goes for a ride.
This week we take you to a shop brimming with so many cool collectibles that you almost miss all of the old motorcycles.
We’re gonna take you to a place called “The Freak Speed Shop,” where we found one unique Volkswagen.
George Masters went all out on the restoration of this Ford, from brand new wood and a decked out chassis to its custom interior and 351 Windsor.
Dan Caswell is an encyclopedia of knowledge when it comes to his 1957 Mercury Turnpike. He walks Jay through all the features.

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We’ve met a lot of people that are passionate about their rides, but Michael Shirk absolutely loves this Javelin.
On this week’s segment, Jay heads to Kindred, North Dakota, to take a look at Mark Burke’s hangar house.
Curt Renfrow had his eye on this Chevy, which was parked off a highway in a field, for years. One day, he finally stopped to see if the owner was interested in selling it, and the rest is history.

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