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Datsun 270Z – 10th Avenue, NYC

February 10th, 2014 by Stu

Datsun 240Z - 10th Avenue, NYC

This remarkably well-maintained Datsun was spotted on 10th Avenue amidst all the cabbies. It’s in such immaculate condition that one has to wonder if it’s even better than new. In any case, our hats off to the Z-lovin owner.

Datsun 240Z - 10th Avenue, NYC

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Ford F-350 “Woody” – Fort Lauderdale, Florida

February 3rd, 2014 by Stu

 

Ford F-250 "Woody" - Fort Lauderdale, Florida

This super tough Florida F-350 brings modern meaning to the automotive species of woody. The paint detail is mind blowing. As always, thanks for the great spot Steve! Keep ‘em coming.

Ford F-250 "Woody" - Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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Chrome Lambo Aventador Roadster – Long Island Expressway, NY

February 2nd, 2014 by Stu

Chrome Lambo Aventador Roadster - Long Island Expressway, NYC

Don’t you just hate it when your brand new, $500K Lamborghini Aventador Roadster isn’t flashy enough? Well, this Long Island auto buff thought perhaps covering his 700 HP toy in chrome and lime green accents would do the trick nicely.

For the record, this is not our first chrome lambo sighting. Apparently great minds think alike.

 

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Ford “Custom Cab” Pick Up – Woodstock, New York

January 19th, 2014 by Stu

Ford "Custom Cab" Pick Up - Woodstock, New York

Ford "Custom Cab" Pick Up - Woodstock, New York

 

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Harley + Wicked Sidecar – Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

January 12th, 2014 by Stu

Harley + Wicked Sidecar - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Love the flame job and vintage-looking side car on this Harley. Tons of Floridian attitude.

Thanks for the pic Steve!

 

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Mercedes 220 SE – Point Reyes, California

January 8th, 2014 by Stu

Mercedes 220 SE - Point Reyes, California

Loyal left coast Man on the Move spotter and LA Times entertainment reporter Daniel Miller peeped this classy 2-door Benz in a Point Reyes parking lot. Not sure if you can make them out in the pictures, but there are three custom car seats in the back seat, done in red cloth to match the interior. The owner quite obviously has class to spare, not only in taste in vintage vehicles but also in said vehicle accessories. It’s clear that children are not road blocks for taste and style as far as this owner is concerned.

Mercedes 220 SE - Point Reyes, California

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Cadillac Sedan de Ville – Hudson St, New York

January 2nd, 2014 by Stu

Cadillac Sedan de Ville - Hudson St, New York

Cadillac Sedan de Ville - Hudson St, New York

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Fugly Kit Car – Williamsburg, Brooklyn

December 31st, 2013 by Stu

Fugly Kit Car - Williamsburg, Brooklyn

I spotted this home grown kit car in Brooklyn. The term improvised comes to mind as you take in the fabrication details scattered throughout the body. As you can  tell, this “Porsche” is a bit rough around the edges and brings new meaning to the term Do It Yourself. I think a stiff breeze would blow off some of the body panels. My guess is that a VW Beetle power plant, mounted in the rear, provides motivation for this fugly sports car. The tried and true work horse has powered countless other kit cars and, based on a quick peek inside the cabin, also provided parts for the steering wheel, shifter and other interior deets.

Fugly Kit Car - Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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Maserati Quattroporte – 5th Avenue, NYC

December 13th, 2013 by Stu

Maserati Quattroporte - 5th Avenue, NYC

Maserati Quattroporte - 5th Avenue, NYC

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Land Rover Defender – Park Avenue, NYC

December 12th, 2013 by Stu

Land Rover Defender - Park Avenue, NYC

One of the more modern Defender 90s I have run into in a while. The black and white two-tone paint is hip and the car is super clean. Not a ding, rust patch or shred of off-roading evidence to be found anywhere on the vehicle. I guess they can’t all be mud monkeys. Love the black wheels in contrast with the roof.

Land Rover Defender - Park Avenue, NYC

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