Why wasn’t this on the menu from Day 1?
Broadway and W. 49th, around 7:30am, and they’ve set up the police barriers for Pride. I see this RL, fenced in, with two different types of wheels that I believe were both available on the car. Probably towed given the cone on the roof (or perhaps belongs to a cop setting up the barriers).
And then there’s this ...
I look forward to test driving a Cadillac F250: https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/gm-merger-with-ford-looks-more-likely/ar-AAC1TSR?ocid=sf&fbclid=IwAR2XjZZv6zi3mEGCjvEO2jgMtHwrdwQ90eIcKc4PHAkFNyIWZv22wkSKkhU#page=2
This has been going through my head all day - it’s the commercial that made me want a Firebird starting at age 8 ...
Trackhawk does not = common everyday car:
This is a couple blocks from us - had no idea it was a thing. I suppose it’s the new catalytic converter scam ...
I pay pretty good attention to what’s going on, and I had no idea that this exists:
On the way to CVS and ... SUPER BEE!
The Paper Chase, Ghost Story, a player in Orson Welles’s original company - John Houseman had the gravitas to make you buy anything:
I did not know this existed until today - helping a friend pick out an SUV in the Macan/XC60/CX5 class (hint: the answer is CPO Macan). Kia’s design studio has, until now, done a good job. Unless I need new glasses, isn’t this thing blazingly ugly?
Yesterday, on the way back from Fairway, saw the most unreliable BMW ... in the world:
Having been exposed to these, I wanted one when I graduated from law school in 1997. Went to Stohlman in MD - they had about 10 of them, including the white top-of-the-line model I wanted. The sticker was north of 38 grand, and I told them I’d drive it home that day for about $30-31K plus tax and tags. They tried all…
Reposted for the daytime crowd:
First one I’ve seen in the wild. Supposed to be fuel cell, but I suppose they repurposed the design. I hate the rear end, especially the wheel well.
Shuttle, number 4 Platform:
I got here in July 2001, and I got a job in the Chrysler Building in late 2002. On the 51st floor. The windows opened, and I did a lot of night photography. Now I work down the street off 3rd Avenue, and I usually take the staircase off 42nd Street and get to walk through the basement of the building on the way to the…
Once again, I really want to get one when it comes up on Turo (and if I need a car) ... and gotta love Chris Harris.