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  1. AHudson

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    Hi there, my family is taking a 4 day trip to NYC and we're very excited. The nights are pretty well planned out, but I wanted to sneak by at least ONE cool car place during the day.

    Obviously an Fcar fan, but sports and exotics of all vintage work for me. What places would you guys make for a car-addict with no hope of recovery?
     
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  3. Max4HD

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    There is a terrific wine shop, Pasanella & Son (115 South Street), located just north of the South Street Sea Port that has an actual Ferrari IN the store.

    Have fun!

    Cheers
     
  4. ALUMINUMYELLOW328

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    Look this place up.... www.classiccarclubmanhattan.com

     
  5. AHudson

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    Neat concept. Wish I could truly take advantage of it!

    Any neat dealerships in the city to browse?
     
  6. Kieran

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    Manhattan Motorcars
    http://www.manhattanmotorcars.com/

    Ferrari Park Ave Showroom
    (55th and Park, I believe)
     
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  8. Kieran

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    oh and if you have a few hours during the day....take the Southeast train from Grand Central to Mt. Kisco and go to Grand Prix New York. The train ride is about an hour.

    www.gpny.com
     
  9. Ashman

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    You will go crazy trying to find a "Southeast" train in Grand Central if there even is such a thing.

    Mt. Kisco is on the Harlem line out of GCT. GPNY is about a 5 minute cab ride from the Mt. Kisco station.
     
  10. Kieran

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    If you look on the board, it comes up as "Southeast". But yes, it does stop first at Harlem 125th St.
     
  11. Ashman

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    #9 Ashman, Mar 12, 2010
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    Okay, got it. Near Brewster. My mistake. I should stick to being a know-it-all about the New Haven Line!
     
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  13. Kieran

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    ;)
     

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