WATERBORO, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Former late night comedian Jay Leno made a quick stop in Maine to take a few off-road vehicles for a spin.
Howe and Howe Technologies, based in Waterboro, is known for it's tank EV-2, featured in the latest Fast and Furious movie.
Brothers Geoffrey and Michael also designed the Rip Chair, built to hold a wheelchair and move through tough terrain.
They tell us Leno flew in from California to film an episode for his show "Jay Leno's Garage."
"He had 25 people with him," said Michael Howe about the production that only lasted a few hours. Howe joked that Leno made him carsick when allowed to drive the tank.
We're told the episode is set to air in December on CNBC.