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Mystery Ride & A Camaro Monster Truck – Williamsburg, Brooklyn

September 16th, 2013 by Stu


We haven’t done one of these mystery spots in a while. You know the drill…name that anonymous, bright green coupe. For good measure, and to get those brain waves going, we have thrown in the below Camaro monster truck. We can’t make this shit up folks.




Mystery Ride – Jamaica Plain, Boston

August 15th, 2012 by Stu

You know the drill car fans…name that ride


Mystery Supercar: 49th Street & Sixth Avenue

April 16th, 2012 by Stu

Supercars are a rare breed. Rarer still are custom-bodied supercars based off of already existing supercars. Take this racy coupe spotted on 49th street for example. While difficult to recognize based on the styling alone, unless your an automotive super freak, the drivetrain, chassis and other major structural components are shared with one of Detroit’s greats. So go ahead, name that obscure supercar…

Thanks for the spot Mike.


Mystery Truck: RT80 – Salt Lake City, Utah

February 25th, 2012 by Stu

Spotted this unknown vintage military tractor trailer on I-80 outside of Salt Lake. Other than being a pretty cool rig, it’s also interesting to note how much the breed of truck has grown over the years.

Anyone know the make and model? There’s a super cool Man on the Move t-shirt with your name on it if you can name that rig.



Mystery Car: Beat Up Classic MB 4×4 – Naxos, Greece

September 12th, 2011 by Stu

A member of the Man on the Move tribe spotted this interesting old mystery Benz while honeymooning in Naxos, Greece. A far cry from the plush luxury sleds coming out of Stuttgart today, the deteriorated little ute has certainly seen better days. Still, the rust and faded paint only add to the old world charm. It kinda looks like a vintage mail truck. Love the exposed horn, side exiting exhaust and what appears to be an early rendition of a clamp on hard top.

Tell us what year/model it is and you get an awesome Man on the Move T-Shirt to show off proudly to friends, family and colleagues.

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Mystery Ride – Bridgehampton, NY

October 22nd, 2010 by Ian

I stumbled upon this work in progress while investigating Corrigan’s Service Station in Brideghampton. I probably shouldn’t have lifted the tarp, but what fun would that be? Previous mystery rides have been way to easy for you. Hopefully this shot is a bit tougher. So, what do we have here? please weigh in after the jump and stay tuned for the full tour of Corrigan’s garage..


Mystery Car – 10 FRWY Eastbound, Mid-City LA

July 28th, 2010 by Mike

What’s black, slilver and comes in 3 sizes? The awesome Man on the Move T-shirt you will win if you name the make and model of the fleeing classic pictured here. Throw down after the jump.

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Mystery Ride – Boonton, NJ

April 14th, 2010 by Stu

This turquoise gem from yesteryear was snapped inside Fred Kanter’s massive car palace in Boonton, NJ. People have said that our last few mystery car posts were a bit too easy. So today we’ll try something more obscure on for size. And, to make things even more difficult, I am only showing you pieces of the car (rear shot after the jump). Let’s see what you got…weigh in below for your chance at a free, pre-shrunk Man on the Move T-Shirt.

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Mystery Ride – Vista Street, West Hollywood

April 6th, 2010 by Mike

I’ll give you a hint…it was only sold on these shores for one year and needed to change its name as not to conflict with one of the General’s popular models. Weigh in below with a make and model for your free Man on the Move t-shirt.


Mystery Ride – 17th & US1, Ft. Lauderdale

March 30th, 2010 by Stu

Our pal Eric nearly collided with a telephone pole trying to capture this exotic drop top on US1 in Ft Lauderdale. The owner wasn’t a big fan of the automotive paparazzi but Eric managed to fire off this shot of the car’s well-sculpted rear end. We know the make and model – do you? Weigh in below with your guesses. As always, there is a free Man on the Move t-shirt for the winner.

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