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Ferrari California – East 76th Street, NYC

May 28th, 2010 by Ian

The name California might sound familiar but the new drop top is anything but typical for the Italian fabricator of automotive lust. With California, the list of Ferrari-firsts is long – among them, the first front-mounted V8, first 7G dual clutch gearbox, first use of a retractable hardtop, and first multi-link rear suspension. I think there is however a couple of familiar family traits we can all agree have carried over nicely into the all-new model. It’s damn sexy looks and ability to make people want one.

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Porsche Carrera – Oakwood Ave, Venice, CA

February 11th, 2010 by Mike

The type 964 Carrera (’89-’94) could be the perfect 911. The narrowness, simplicity and rawness of the longhoods and Impact Bumpers, but with just enough refinement to compete with the 993 and 996. It could also be the perfect car for this parking space.

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2010 Audi A5 Cabriolet – Washington Street, NYC

October 28th, 2009 by Stu

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We spotted this A5 drop top outside The Standard Hotel in Meatpacking and must say it looks every bit as classy as the coupe. The handsome convertible, which hit dealerships just this month, looks appropriately posed outside the ultra modern hotel that the NY Times called “…an architectural tour de force…”. A5 cabrio is an all new model for 2010 and replaces the decidedly less masculine A4 Cabrio in the line-up. Like its coupe sibling, the cabrio is available in front wheel drive with Audi’s venerable 2.0T four cylinder engine, making things more attainable than ever at $42,000 to start.

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Maserati GranTurismo – Central Park West, NYC

September 21st, 2009 by Ian

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We caught this stunning 2+2 sitting pretty on Central Park West. Most mentally sound individuals would think twice about parking their $120,000 Italian sports car on a busy urban street. But most people don’t live in Manhattan, where such careless disregard for high ticket items is entirely acceptable and not-at-all worrisome. Hey, if you have the bankroll to finance such a fabulous automobile than we would imagine your insurance payments are all up to date. We wonder if the Pininfarina-designed body would look silly with a Bumper Badger attached to the back. 

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