Went on a day trip to NYC yesterday, the drive there wasn’t bad, but the drive home was terrible, because we haven’t switched to snows yet for the winter, and the contipro contacts that are on the car are almost to the wear bars... Despite the interesting drive home, I saw some cool cars throughout the day, so here they are!

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(Above:not a stick, below:was a stick)

Just too damn cool not to include. Porsche was a stick, too.

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Above: this is a damn fine looking wagon

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Both: No words needed here.

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Don’t know what powers this, but it had a rather sizeable exhaust pipe with some soot above it...

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Not a grey market 500sel, but not a rusted out sel either...

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Above:Hadn’t seen one in the wild yet

Below: two for one shot, couldn’t pass it up. Oh, and they were both manuals.

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Above: this thing was SPOTLESS (somehow)

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Above: 3.slow Below:2.0hnowegotcaught

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Above: Jaaagggggggggggggggggggggg

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It looks like an IS But IS it? I do hope so..

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Above and below: hnggggggg amgggggg

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Below: not a 6.3 but it’s still a darn cool car.

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Below: the one and only Wagon Queen Family Truckster. I washed and waxed it just yesterday morning... It now looks like it’s been painted with road salt, because there was a salting truck about every mile on the Merrit coming back from the city. I’m taking it to the self-serve car wash first thing in the morning to powerwash it free of the nastiness that is today’s road salt, before going to get snow tires. Hopefully it doesn’t damage the paint in the meantime