Car Crazed: Classic Car Club Opens New Location

Auto aficionados listen up: Classic Car Club has opened an auxiliary NYC garage on the Upper East Side.

The scoop: Auto junkies with a need for speed (in high style, of course) can try out any one of the Manhattan' chapter's 50 cars. The Club also has locations on Hudson Street downtown and in London.

Members pay an annual fee of $8,000 to $12,000 and have the chance to test a range of cars (think 1969 Ford Bronco and a 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo).

We hear from RobbReport.com that the club will add a 2010 Ferrari 458 Italia and a 2010 Mercedes SLS AMNG later this year.
 

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