Parking in Manhattan is not easy to come by and if you are looking for a garage or warehouse to keep your classis car collection, well, you’re pretty much out of luck. So, what’s a guy to do?
Well, you could get a little place out of town and have weekend visitations, but after Hurricane Sandy, who knows what’s really safe anymore. The last thing you want is a flooded collection. A nearby motor club may be a good option, but that still takes you out of Manhattan.
What if you could stay in the city but still hang out with a couple dozen mouthwatering sports cars, vintage beauties, and some of the baddest supercars on the planet? Well, Zac Moseley and Michael Prichinello created just such a heaven on earth in 2005 when they founded The Classic Car Club of Manhattan.
The club with its bevy of beauties (beautiful cars, that is) has found a home in an impressive 8,000 square foot building that was once the horse stable for the NYPD – how fitting. The facility may no longer house horses of the four-hooved variety, but there are still plenty of horses within its walls. The kind that go vroom.
Now New York’s upper echelon of car enthusiasts rub elbows with each other every weekend, mingling with some very fine automobiles. If you’d like to be considered for membership, you’re looking at a $180 per month club fee, plus a price tag that runs between $5,000 and $15,000 to get points packages. It all depends on how often you want to drive the cars and which ones you want to take out of the stable.
Corvettes, Cadillacs, McLarens, and much more are right there waiting. Saddle up.
Because very few of us have access to a club like this, why not contact Woodside Credit and take the first step in owning your very own Classic beauty.