Peek Into New York City's Exclusive Private Car Club That Has $200,000 Exotic Whips

Editors' pick: Originally published Dec. 1.

We were recently given access to the garage housing the vehicles belonging to the Classic Car Club of Manhattan and for lack of a more honest term, it was utterly insane. Two huge garage doors that also served as windows looking out onto the Hudson illuminated the cavernous space, with vibrant and highly polished cars taking the spotlight. It comes as no surprise that the garage and its associated lounge and bar can also be rented out as an event space.

It was refreshing to see the cars showcased almost casually, in a city where space is almost as big a luxury as the cars themselves. Membership dues for the club are $180 per month, without driving privileges.


Behold, five of the coolest cars we saw in the garage. More of the space can be seen in Brian Sozzi's extremely unenthusiastic periscope below.

LIVE on #Periscope: Wow a real life #McLaren right in front of me! $200,000... https://t.co/YFZgyO31O2

— Brian Sozzi (@BrianSozzi) November 30, 2016

2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

The 2017 model casually starts at $75,989.

2015 Lamborghini Huracan
2015 Lamborghini Huracan

And it could be yours for $203,295!

2016 BMW M2
2016 BMW M2

One of the cheaper cars, it's listed as a paltry $51,700.

1966 Ford GT40
1966 Ford GT40

Listed for sale at $425,400 on classic car websites.

1965 Shelby Cobra
1965 Shelby Cobra

There's currently one listed at $46,900 on eBay.

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