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This turquoise and white zebra print mini car was spotted parked on the streets of Westhampton Beach. Animal prints may have once worked with clothing, however, I did not know that that same trend carried over to the car industry. Could you only imagine if everything that succeeded in fashion also showed up with cars. We would sure have some interesting looking highways and interstates.
No need to keep guessing at what that gold material is on the back of this Morris, for it is wood trim. Back in the day this type of construction material was used before the automobile was even invented, a la the covered wagon days. However, this is 2009 and this Morris does have wood trim. Not too sure what purpose it serves, but it sure adds some cool flare to this antique spotted in Sag Harbor. More»
We spotted this 1950's Cadillac convertible parked curbside over July 4th weekend on Main Street in Sag Harbor. The cream-color, black leather interior, chrome grill and fenders, and that shiny gold Cadillac emblem stopped us dead in our tracks completely distracting the GofG Hamptons team from our Sunday afternoon stroll. More pics of this classic beauty below... More»
More often then not, it seems like the most colorful and flashy cars are either the highly-valued collectibles or the luxury cars that have a big price tag but an owner with a small ego. However, in this case this convertible looks just in its element with a neon orange-tangerine paint job. Top top it all off, what makes this car better are the grey racing stripes on its hood. More pictures below: More»
What a coincidence that in the same day I saw two Mercedes cars which both had an outwardly display of love for pirates? The first Mercedes, was spotted in Westhampton, with a license plate emblazoned with the words Black Pearl. Although the Black Pearl is technically a ghost ship, I'm sure Jack Sparrow would not mind driving this Mercedes around for a day. More»
The Hamptons is known for many things. Some of which include beautiful beaches, great fishing, and exorbitant wealth. Although modesty is a virtue, nothing says, "I am darn proud to be an American" better than driving around a several hundred thousand dollar car on the 4th of July. Spotted at Day & Night brunch on the 4th of July, this Lamborghini along with several other luxury cars were casually parked out front. More»
[Photo by THAC] While getting ready for the celebratory 4th of July holiday weekend, most Americans' choice of transportation will be by car. So in honor of one of the most famous road tripping families, the Griswald's, today's car of the day is a 1949 Buick Roadmaster Station Wagon. In the Hamptons at least, the Range Rover seems to have replaced the Station Wagon as to the go to family car. More»
While writing live from the Hamptons Golf Classic, we could not help but admire the countless golf carts buzzing around the course. We spotted this "cart" of the day with Jeweler to the Stars Jeffrey Rackover in tow. Whether you are golfing for the day or in the mood for a casual summer drive a golf cart is the perfect accessory.
Back in the day when it was okay to have faux wood siding and the Grand Jeep Cherokee was called the Grand Wagoneer this automobile had a specific place in car land. Today...not so much. This car sure had plenty to say with its white decal statement of,"Its a Jeep thing...you wouldn't understand!" and although we may not have understood it, Rachelle seems to hold a loving place in her heart for the good old Grand Wagoneer. More»
After previously reporting that Real Housewives star Bethenny Frankel was getting her own Skinny Girl Margarita VW Bug, we finally spotted this beauty in the parking lot of the Wolffer Estate. Bethenny in fact, was on the wineries premises that same day for a book signing of her Naturally Thin: Unleash Your Skinny Girl lifestyle book. More pictures and a full recap of our meeting with the skinny girl to come so stay tuned... More»
Monday, May 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.