Classic Car Club Manhattan: The Coolest Gay-Friendly Cars In New York City

Classic Car Club Manhattan

If you think Gone in 60 Seconds is a film about gay dating habits, then you could probably use a break from the bar scene. And for a car fan in New York City, there’s no better way to unwind than with the amazing fleet of classic and sports cars owned by the Classic Car Club Manhattan. Opened in 2005, the CCC offers members the thrill of having dozens of incredible vehicles at their disposal, without the hassle of garage bills, insurance premiums, and hefty maintenance fees.
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Rimac Automobili’s Concept One Electric Supercar — And The 23-Year-Old Behind It

Mate Rimac with his Concept One electric supercar from Rimac Automobili

Our friend from Croatia, Zach, has returned with a great write-up of 23-year-old automotive designer, Mate Rimac; his new car company, Rimac Automobili, based in Zagreb; and Rimac’s first vehicle, the Concept One electric supercar, which debuted earlier this year at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show. Of course, since this is Gaywheels, Zach also asked Rimac about his feelings toward the LGBT community and LGBT workers. Rimac’s answers are in keeping with those of Croatia’s president, who has been vocal in his support for the LGBT community, in stark contrast to politicians in some other Eastern European nations. Continue reading

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

2011 Nissan Leaf

You’ll never visit a gas station while driving an electric-powered Nissan Leaf. But if you don’t have somewhere to keep it plugged in when not in use, get ready to spend lots of time on Google Maps, carefully planning each trip. For a New York apartment dweller like myself, someone who routinely drives short distances but doesn’t have a garage, the Leaf offers the best (and worst) of both worlds. Continue reading

The Best Cars For Coming Out

2012 Beetle

Coming out of the closet can be liberating, or terrifying. It can end up being a complete non-event, or the biggest change you’ll ever face. For most people, myself included, it was a combination of all of the above (and much more). Without delving into clichés – like talking about ‘the road ahead,’ or being sure to check under the hood etc. – I recently wondered what might qualify as an ideal coming out car.
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