Ever wonder how movie set designers achieve such period-correct looks for their films? Well, here’s how they do it. Rent a bunch of old cars and line the streets of NYC with them. Or at least that’s what director David Chase is doing in shooting his yet-to-be-named film about rock & roll in the 1960s. I stumbled onto the NYC movie set walking home from work the other day. The whole street, 26th b/t 5th & 6th, was lined with the likes of Checkers, Falcons, Beetles and Mustangs. It was a thoroughly enjoyable experience, like a time warp in the heart of Chelsea.