Ordinarily, the prospect of stumbling half-asleep to work at some ungodly hour wouldn’t excite me. I like my mornings slow—linger in bed a while, take my time drinking coffee and eating bagels, go over the car news for the day, and stroll to the subway on my way to work. There’s something nice about not having to…
Driving old cars can be a mixed bag. On one hand, they tend to be nice to look at and fun to see how “things used to be.” On the other hand, they tend to be mechanically temperamental and lacking relative to what we may be accustomed to in terms of performance and handling.
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I'm not going to describe the exhaust note of this exuberant machine, apart from saying that I have a feeling the same guys who engineered the sounds of the Jaguar F-Type had a hand in it.
Well, it looks like the NYPD still has targets on their backs. Michael Roselli, an employee at Classic Car Club of Manhattan, has all of the details below.
Over the past decade, Classic Car Club has answered the same queSTIon many times for visitors not equipped with their own member card: Why does a rather swank SoHo garage stuffed with Ferraris, Porsches and other striking sports cars have a lowly Subaru amongst its weaponry? This new, 2015 WRX STI is our fourth time…
Sat down at my desk this morning and saw a Facebook post indicating that there was a Ferrari F40 parked a little over a block away at Classic Car Club Manhattan. I put my scarf back on so quick I almost got scarf burn.
Do you know where the 40 comes from in GT40? It's the tallest point of the car, 40 inches. There's a small caveat in that though: Although the GT40 is a street-legal racer, true racing versions of the car often had bumps in the roof above the driver's side for helmet space.
Have you ever wanted to rent a fast and fun car? Have you ever wanted to pay for friends? If you answered yes to either of these questions than the Classic Car Club fraternity is for you. Located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan near the Holland Tunnel the Classic Car Club is essentially the Enterprise Rental Car…
So, I was driving along today in my plain jane NA Impreza, and saw a fellow Subie on the road....a nice new STi to be exact. Sure, I love it and it grabbed my attention. But then, right behind it, was a GMC Acadia. Normally, I couldn't care less about that car, but then I noticed the headlights.
Automakers are spending millions testing different ways to get Millennials interested in cars. They're trying focus groups, cultural experts, experimental marketing events with hipster bands, organic hors d'oeuvres and craft brews. Never mind that the Millennials can't afford to buy the cars just yet, automakers…
If you grew up in 90s like I did, you probably spent your allowance on some exceedingly uncomfortable plastic inflatable furniture, wasted countless minutes AIM chatting with SmarterChild, and rocked out to Weezer's Blue Album, like I did. You probably also saw Dumb and Dumber. A few times.
I held off as long as I could...
The Classic Car Club of Manhattan has some pretty amazing cars under its doors. One of the owners, Michael Prichinello, drove the Model S from NYC to Albany and had quite the scare when the expected range fell short. Check out his review for more.
The newest bit of kit in the Classic Car Club is something different. It's the American-made, all-electric Tesla Model S. We've all heard the reviews, but after 500 miles of polar-bear friendly motoring, Classic Car Club can finally tell you what it's REALLY like.