Hurricane/Snor'Eastercane/Superstorm Sandy ruined thousands upon thousands of cars on the East Coast in a matter of days. So where do you put all of these now ruined rides?
As cleanup continues, Snor'eastercane Sandy's wrath is still being felt in many locales along the Atlantic coast. On Hatteras Island, North Carolina the hurricane damaged the only bridge on and off the island, and also left parts of the coast weak when a nor'easter hit a week later.
I was down at Autosport Designs recently, and spotted a couple of cars out back. It turns out they were Hurricane Sandy victims, an Aston Martin Lagonda and Vanquish, both of which were fully submerged. Of course, until insurance settles up, they're not going to do anything with them, just two of what must be hundreds…
You're in New Jersey and Hurricane Sandy hit two days ago. There's no gas at the stations, but you've got a bunch of fuel containers in the garage. You fill up your GT-R and, oh shit, you grabbed the container of diesel.
We already knew that Ferrari was going to auction the first F12 in America for Hurricane Sandy relief at the Austin GP this weekend. Now we have the country-fried video.
Hurricane Sandy and its aftereffects have left scores of people in the Northeast still without power. But even a giant hurricane can't stop the power of American ingenuity — even if it required a Japanese car.
We give Ferrari a pretty hard time around these parts for a lot of the things they do. But one place where we cannot fault them is their willingness to help out in cases of disaster.
New York and New Jersey are still recovering from Sandy and many companies are trying to help storm victims. Central Parking Corporation doesn't appear to be in that category.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, there are cars all over the place that were severely wounded by the storm and are now being towed to mechanics and homes around the tri-state area.
Hurricane Sandy had absolutely devastating effects on the Northeast last week. And as we exclusively told you, that included a fire that destroyed 16 Fisker Karma plug-in hybrids in Port Newark, New Jersey.
Coney Island took a beating from Superstorm Sandy. Way down by the Atlantic Ocean at the south end of Brooklyn, flooding and high winds exacted a heavy toll on the seaside community. Most residents are still without power, and gasoline and food are scarce.
Many people lost a lot of things when Snor'eastercane Sandy hit the Mid-Atlantic states. But when public safety people lose equipment, destruction-related problems become compounded.
Well, that sucked.
Have no fear, gas-seeking people of New Jersey. Your high school students have come to your rescue. Check out this map they put together of stations that still offer fuel and ones that are sold out.
The flooded subways have essentially crippled transportation in New York City and some of the surrounding areas. So how are recovery workers supposed to get some 400 million gallons of water out of the tunnels?
Have you ever seen Union Square Park completely empty? That was just one of the eerie images that New York-based photographer John Hook caught on Thursday when he ventured from Brooklyn into Lower Manhattan to shoot Hurricane Sandy's effects on the city.
An insider who works for "a certain blonde haired blow-hard who has an obsession with our current president" has tipped us that a fleet of 15 passenger vans will be getting fuel from gas stations in Yonkers or New Rochelle that have otherwise been closed to the public.
Answering the question of ‘will it hurricane?' these are some of the coolest cars I found in blacked-out Lower Manhattan. Up top is a '70s Lincoln Continental. Below are the GranTurismo MC Stradales of Maserati of Manhattan and a new Dodge Challenger across the street. Then there's the proud blackout Tesla. At the…
A burned truck holds an American flag in Rockaway, Queens.