Rick Ross To Show Off '57 Renzel' Car On 'Jay Leno's Garage'


With the amount of money that Rick Ross has, his taste in expensive things is very high. On Monday (May 11), Ricky Rozay took to Instagram to offer fans a sneak peek of his upcoming appearance on Jay Leno’s Garage. For his episode on the car show, Ross will be showing off his prized 1957 red Chevrolet Bel Air.

“Detail is everything,” Ross wrote in the caption of the photo showing him popping the hood on his 1957 Chevy in front of Leno. “I thank Jay Leno @jaylenosgarage for bringing me and my team @geterk_183rd @iamlexpierrelouis to Burbank,California to film an episode starring my prized possession ’57 Renzel’ built by @57freddy out of Miami.”


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The Miami native continued, “I got to ride thru Cali hills top down,windows up talking classic rides with the Legend today.Cool shit huh..episode coming stay tuned!!! Dade county just took it to another Level.”

Jay Leno has always been an avid car collector with some rare vehicles in his collection. One of those cars, a $15 million all-black F1 McLaren, caught the attention of Ross while meeting up with Leno to film the episode. Ross showed his amazement with the pricey car with a video clip.

“Ladies and gentlemen, this is the F1 McLaren,” Renzel said in the clip. “Valued at fifteen million dollars. The gold motor. The middle seat, I know you can’t see it because of the reflection, but the red seat is a middle seat in between both seats. F1.”


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Rick Ross recently spoke about the late DMX during an interview with the People Every Day podcast. During the talk, Ross reflected on the time he worked on set with X during a shoot with Swizz Beatz for “Just in Case” off the Godfather of Harlem soundtrack.

“I got to see the funny side of him, we got to laugh at a few jokes,” Ross recalled. “I saw him really focused and turned up. And hearing about his addiction many years ago, being in the industry, it’s something that’s been in my heart the most.”