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Porsche 911 Carrera C4S – Goldsmith Inlet, Peconic NY

January 14th, 2010 by Stu

We all lust after the latest and greatest in automotive exotica – Ferraris, Aston Martins, Lamborghinis and whatever other hand built, high speed sex machines you can spout off. We read fervishly about them, drool over pictures in magazines and enviously watch Jeremy Clarkson beat the shit out of them on Top Gear’s private test track. The reality is that they are quite rare and prohibitively expensive for those of us who don’t hedge funds for a living. That is why the everyday automotive heroes are the ones who appreciate what they have, not what they don’t. Our loyal reader Steve falls into this camp. The 51 year old car nut is every bit as in love with his ’97 Glacier White on blue C4s as he was the day he brought it home. Can you really blame him?

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Austin Healey 3000 – Jericho Turnpike, Long Island

December 22nd, 2009 by Stu

Austin Healey 3000 - Jericho TurnpikeWinter is officially here and, as if walking outside wasn’t unpleasant enough, the cabs are making dirt-flavored slushies out of last weekend’s snowfall. I figured sharing these images of happy Long Island motorists enjoying their classic roadster on a beautiful Autumn day might cheer you up. So think warm thoughts and enjoy.

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2010 Porsche Panamera 4S – Huntington, NY

November 11th, 2009 by Stu

Panamera

Justifying the need for a Porsche got a lot easier when Panamera hit dealerships last month. Thanks to the unconventional hatchback design, additional seating capacity and split-folding rear seats, the uber sedan from Stuttgart offers the best of both worlds – Carrera-like athleticism cloaked in a more practical package. All those angry Porsche enthusiasts who shouted blasphemy when Cayenne debuted in 2002 can sleep better at night knowing that a proper 4 door sports car has finally joined the line-up. The family truckster has never been this bad ass.

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