Jerry Seinfeld  drives  a 1976 AMC Pacer to pick up Jason Alexander, aka George Constanza, for a coffee shop reunion.

Jerry Seinfeld drives a 1976 AMC Pacer to pick up Jason Alexander, aka George Constanza, for a coffee shop reunion.

Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander, aka George Constanza, let us know how much we miss the 1990s sit-com “Seinfeld” in their Super Bowl ad. Who knew the ad was just a prelude to a full segment on Seinfeld’s new show “Comedians Getting Coffee in Cars.”

The six-minute cars clip is “pure gold,” Jerry. “Pure Gold!”

The 1:59 Super Bowl add shows Jerry and George engaging in some coffee-shop banter about a Super Bowl party at the “Wassersteins.” Seems like they can’t stand Constanza.

Neuman also makes a cameo.

The full six-minute “Coffee in Cars” begins with Jerry putting a 1976 American Motors Pacer economy car through, well, the paces. The car, marketed as the only “wide” economy car, was a disaster from start to finish Jerry notes.

“Which makes it the perfect car for my guest today, George Costanza,” says Jerry.

Seinfeld in real life is a dedicated car buff with a huge collection, mainly of Porsche sports cars, but also automotive oddities. More than likely the Pacer is from his collection.

Jerry picks up George and the kvetch in the car on the way to the coffee shop.

Check out the commercial below, the full Coffee in Cars segment and follow TheImproper on Twitter for the latest television news.