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The Chowder

In its time, Times Square has certainly seen a vast amount of history drive down its streets and park in its garages. History, which has been preserved by people like Wayne Carini and his beautiful time capsule of a car. A completely original 1921 Stutz Bearcat. Wayne got a call a few months back from a turkey hunter saying that he had stumbled upon a Stutz in a rustic barn. As it turns out, it was a completely original Bearcat, just as the hunter described. Wayne describes this as the best barn find of his life. He also announced that the car is to be sold at auction later this fall. I can’t say that I’ve ever seen any classic parked on the side of West 44 th or any other street in NYC for that matter. We had a great lunch at Sardis and witnessed a beautiful car drive down a busy New York street. I couldn’t have asked for a better day. Click here to view the Chowder website



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Chris DeMarey

Christopher DeMarey

When I was just seven years old I started judging at the world-renowned Greenwich Concours d’Elegance. Since then I have become a regular contributing author to the Classic Car Club of America New England Region magazine and I have been published nationally on multiple occasions. I am now fifteen and on the board of advisors for the Classic Car Club of America NER. From Amelia Island to the Boston Cup I have attended many car shows, tours and events along with helping in the process of planning the Classic New England CARavan for this coming September. I look forward to one day owning my very own classic and I hope to enter my vehicle in one of the various events I have attended throughout my childhood. E-mail - chris@demarey.net