some awesome vehicles in your neighborhood.
spotted this a couple blocks from my house:
theres a guy in Marine Park Brooklyn with a Land Cruiser his plate says "Toy FJ40" also theres a S8 down the block from me, a M5 and a bunch of S5's nothing special really
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Long Island city also has it's share of weird awesome cars that need to be posted here, I will start taking pics of all of them and post'em here hopefully you don't mind OP.
Love the thread btw, I keep checking it daily and I have seen most of the cars you have posted, my wife looks at me weird when I tell her that I've seen that car in the car lound.
Thanks for viewing, and thanks to all the others posting cool rides from their 'hoods.
I really like that red Porsche that Alex posted up top (sorry, I suck at Porsche model numbers), and every time I see a car on the Beeks lot, I get crazy ideas for new projects.
It's sick just how small this world we live in really is. My gf lives in Park Slope, and I actually recognize seeing some of these cars on Flatbush. I see that GC SRT and orange buggy all the time. There is actually a 3.0 CSL that parks in front of her house all the time that I've been meaning to snag a pic of. It makes me want to divert my student loans into buying one of those.
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There are many spot on replica's built on other 250 chassis.
I'm going to back myself up now and post on F chat to find out.
I'll put the link up when I make the thread.
replica made from a 250 PF Coupe s/n 1273 GT
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I this thread.
Thought I'd share one of my favorite blogs: http://www.oldparkedcars.com/
Might be the fact that it's in Oregon, but I love looking at street scenes that remind me of my childhood.