New York City might hate cars, but car owners persevere and do indeed keep cool rides out on the street. Let’s go find some!
Let us go and seek out the cool cars parked on the streets of Manhattan’s Alphabet City neighborhood. There are cool cars of many kinds, and I think we can find them on video.
For some reason I bumped into this old folder on an old hard drive — pictures of streetparked cars in my hometown shot eight years ago.
If there’s one place in New York City where creaky, rusty, cool old cars come to congregate, it’s Brooklyn’s hipster capital of Williamsburg, soon to be shut off from the world when their subway gets nuked. Let’s go look at its cars!
Today we are on the hunt for one of the rarest streetparked cars in New York City.
Everyone says New York City is very un-car-friendly. But that doesn’t stop some cool stuff from showing up. Come take a walk with us as we hunt for cars.
Unless the coma you’re in is a really top-notch one, chances are you’ve been hearing an awful lot about Pokémon Go, an augmented reality app that makes people run around chasing invisible monsters without the use of pharmaceuticals. There really needs to be a version of this sort of thing with cars instead of…
It’s a beautiful day in New York City, so let’s go look for cars in one of Manhattan’s trickiest carspotting neighborhoods. We’re hitting up the West Village.
Having already checked out some of the more interesting cars of Manhattan, let’s go see what cars we can find in one of Brooklyn’s leafier neighborhoods.
You think you’ve seen some cars? We’ve seen some cars. Great cars. The best cars. Just terrific. Nice! Come look at cars with us, right now.
Forget car shows. Forget race tracks. Forget museums. You find the coolest cars out on the street, and there’s a simple reason why.
I went to Philadelphia on Saturday, and it was really hot. But, apparently, so were the cars.
People say New York is the worst city to own a car and drive in. Maybe it is, but I’m always amazed at the variety and quality of the machines I find in the Big Apple anyway. Join us as we try and find some right now.
What happens when you go carspotting during Pebble Beach weekend? Well, sometimes you randomly bump into the man who designed the legendary Ford GT, with his car parked right on the street.
Even the traffic jams at Pebble Beach are better than you. Yesterday, while jumping from the Legends of the Autobahn to The Quail we ran into a Tucker 48. In traffic. I may have screamed “OH MY GOD TUCKER, TUCKER, TUCKER!” a few times.
I try to visit Monaco as often as I possibly can. If you're a car enthusiast, I'm sure you already know exactly why this is: because I enjoy sipping lukewarm table water and spending 19 Euro for a slice of pizza.
The Bertone Mantide was introduced in 2009 and based on the Corvette ZR1. There were supposed to be 10 of them built, and they are slightly more expensive than a ZR1 at $2 million each. There's one in Massachusetts. And the owner, who is a hero, drives it.