CCC's "Drive-Thru" video series soldiers on with our latest episode, the 2015 Subaru WRX STI launch edition.
This morning, Classic Car Club Manhattan played host to a small media event, where the 2017 (or is it 2016?) Ford Focus RS was shown ahead of its 2015 NYIAS Auto Show debut.
Say goodbye to the Mercedes ML63. In 2016, it graduates to G-Class, becoming the GLE63, so we took one of the last hopped-up mini Mercs to Lime Rock Park's Winter Autocross see if the off-road Geländewagen badge is deserved. Here are five thoughts we had while hooning the bejesus out of a $114,000 race car…
Our 2016 Lamborghini Huracán, wearing Verde Mantis Green, arrived at Classic Car Club Manhattan just in time for our Thursday (2/19/15) members-only happy hour.
Our 1966 GT40 underwent some restoration and repair this winter, in the form of removing both gas tanks to weld and relocate fittings.
Hump day is great, but we're making it even better with this handsome SLS AMG wallpaper.
This week on AFTER/DRIVE, Zac and Mike join host Mike Spinelli to determine whether the new GT will be the raw, race-bred driving experience like our '66 GT40, or suffer from the driving nannies that plague so many modern supercars today.
Recording something in slow-motion makes normal moving subjects look cool, but if you place that same camera at an interesting subject in motion the results are freakin' AWESOME.
Extensive damage to Audi Sedan, suspect wheeled away in stretcher.
Over the past decade, Classic Car Club has answered the same queSTIon many times for visitors not equipped with their own member card: Why does a rather swank SoHo garage stuffed with Ferraris, Porsches and other striking sports cars have a lowly Subaru amongst its weaponry? This new, 2015 WRX STI is our fourth time…
The 1966 Ford GT40 is not like most cars. Sure, its got headlights, air conditioning, and a key, but that's not my point.
Automakers are spending millions testing different ways to get Millennials interested in cars. They're trying focus groups, cultural experts, experimental marketing events with hipster bands, organic hors d'oeuvres and craft brews. Never mind that the Millennials can't afford to buy the cars just yet, automakers…
Sometimes, life throws inconveniences at you. You can deal with it by either passing the problem to someone else, or applying a dose of common sense, a heaping of elbow grease, and take care of it.
Classic Car Club's 5,500 square-feet of event space transforms in a matter of hours each time we have an event, and the 2014 Jalopnik Film Festival Kick-Off party was no different.
The Porsche GT3 has long been regarded as a driver's car. While the results are always staggering, the recipe for GT3 pie is very simple – take a normal 911, ratchet up the cc's and revs, strip out the weight while exaggerating the width and wheelbase, give it cup-car stiff suspension, strap on a huge wing and use…
The newest bit of kit in the Classic Car Club is something different. It's the American-made, all-electric Tesla Model S. We've all heard the reviews, but after 500 miles of polar-bear friendly motoring, Classic Car Club can finally tell you what it's REALLY like.
"Hey, there's two Lamborghini's parked outside the lobby," said my dad as he drank his morning coffee, with 20+ years in the car sales business under his belt. You see, his passion for car culture lies within MSRP and resale values rather than horsepower and torque figures, so when he directs my attention to a car on…
I work at a place called the Classic Car Club Manhattan; a private club where members get the keys to some of the most iconic cars ever built. I was recruited young, just 19 years old. Initially I was only meant to be a temp, but Mike & Zac (owners/directors) decided to keep me around. I developed a passion for the…