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The LAST time Stanley played Dungeons Dungeons and More Dungeons with Princess Unattainabelle his brother.


Today we played a game of art telephone! Some babby Stans loosely (very loosely, haha) after @ficksuck‘s far more grunkles and far more red-hot art here.

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THE YEAR IN REVIEW: BEST PRESERVED OF 2015

Spotting a 1968 Datsun 2000 in good condition was a nice treat. There are so many late 60s and early 70s American muscle cars from around but for our money, but the nimble Japanese and European imports from that period offer more bang for your buck.

Meanwhile, the 1988 Chevrolet Nova may not be a favorite of collectors, but that is precisely why we loved the one we saw in Reston, Virginia. It’s these kind of workaday cars that are usually neglected. Not so classics like the red 1967 Mercedes-Benz 250 SL parked in Tribeca. Cars like these are treasured by enthusiasts, collectors, and fashion photographers alike.

Despite the crowds at a Park Slope street fair, we were able to get a good shot of a 1963 Ford Galaxie 500, which you could argue is a kind of spiritual ancestor to the 1983 Ford LTD Crown Victoria.

Late last December, we spotted a pristine 1963 Volvo 122, and about a month later, a 1933 Packard awaiting a newly married couple.

Finally, three more icons of auto design we spotted this year were a 1970 Citroën DS 21 a 1983 DeLorean DMC-12, and a 1978 Peugeot 504.

Happy New Year, everybody.