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Streetcars of Desire: San Francisco Style

Posted in Best of, Chevrolet, Classic, Dodge, Domestic Rides, Fiat, Ford, General, Import Rides, Other Rides, Pictures, Plymouth, Rides, Toyota, Volkswagen by MrAngry | January 29th, 2011 | 3 Responses |

Fiat 500

I was cruising around San Francisco today and just couldn’t help but notice all the old vintage iron that was parked on the streets. New York City is currently experiencing snow, freezing temperatures and salted roads, all things that are not conducive to the longevity of an old car. Around here though it’s friggin’ paradise. After cruising the streets for a few hours I just knew that I had to start snapping some photos. Old Corvairs, El Camino’s, Ford’s, Dodge’s and even a bunch of old VW’s littered the streets. The best part though… they’re all driven! Back in NYC seeing anything that was built prior to 1975 is a rarity, but here in San Francisco it seems to be the norm. I’ll be heading home in a few days and truth be told I’m not overly happy about it. In fact I’m so bummed that I actually met with a realtor today just to see what kind of pads I could get for my hard earned dollar. Who knows, maybe it’s time for ole’ Mr. Angry to head west to the land of 75 degrees and sunshine and give these folks a little bit of my New York charm. Click through to check out all the street side beauties.

VW Syncro

VW Bug

Toyota Bong

Dodge Polara

Karmann GHia

Ford Thunderbird

Ford Fairlane

Ford F-150

Ford Bronco

Fiat Spyder

El Camino

Dodge Coronet




BMW 2002

BMW 3.0

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3 Responses

  1. Taylor says:

    You know, if you move out west, you’ll have to change your handle from Mr. Angry to Mr. Laid Back don’t you?

  2. Siddharth says:

    That’s how you should treat a car, keep them running on the roads rather than keeping them all neat and tidy in a garage as a showpiece!

  3. MrAngry says:

    Taylor – after coming back to NYC and 15-inches of snow, I’d be happy to!