Author Archives: Raphael Orlove

Just A Normal City Car

Here’s a 1977 Dodge pickup, looks like an ex-military truck, parked on Fifth Ave. Looks like a city car to me.

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Around The Corner

I’m not sure why this ugly not-a-Honda-Accord caught my eye, but it did. Something about the light, maybe.  

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I found this Dodge Coronet 440 streetparked in some state of repair and/or sale out on Coney Island Avenue the other day. The classics are still out there.

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I Found A Streetparked Baja Bug!

Somebody has an old Baja Bug in the city, and they parked it on my block! 

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The 2015 Mustang Finds Itself On The UWS’ Sketchiest Corner

“Pretty car,” she said turning away. “For now.” 

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The Baja is itching for more dirt. It just needs a new pushrod tube, and a skidplate, and maybe new suspension bushings, and maybe that shift linkage linkage I was supposed to do ages ago. You know, nothing serious.

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The BMW i8 Is A Very Heartening Car

It’s rare to find a car that communicates so much optimism about the future.

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