Category Archives: NYC
At Gullwing Motorcars in Queens last summer. Wiping sweat from my eyes, the cars melting together.
Broke the Baja twice in 24 hours, covered something near 400 miles in it in anyway. It’s all good because I got to rallycross this orange, rally-prepped 1979 Plymouth Arrow thanks to the kindness of a complete stranger. There were … Continue reading
Why is it that I feel like this sign on Riverside Drive (known for semi-regular auto break-ins) was drawn up with exactly this Focus ST in mind?
The US car market is possibly the best in the world, but we’re always griping that we don’t get the high-quality family hatchbacks that are so common in Europe. Strangely enough, we do get the Euro-spec Elantra GT is, and … Continue reading
Lincoln Continental Town Car. From the mid-late ’70s. Not quite nineteen and a half feet long. Upper West Side, Summer 2013.
This 1980s Chrysler 5th Avenue lives in my neighborhood. The driver is exactly as you imagine him – a wrinkled face topped with wisps of grey hair and big glasses, wrapped up in an old man jacket. When I see … Continue reading
The first cars were designed like true horseless carriages.
If you’re wondering what the new look for speed is, here you go. Mitsubishi Eclipses may be out of vogue, but the mismatched-color, no-bumper style is what’s cool right now.
Fuck your money, man.
Why is it that red cars looks so good in the shady, sweaty evenings in NYC summers? Whatever the reason, this red-on-gold Subaru was absolutely gorgeous sitting just around the corner from my front door.