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VINTAGE VEHICLES & DINERS CLASSICS EXPOSITION
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DUNKIN DONUTS DINER 
THE STUDIO CAFE
Many times my mother and I ate here when I was a boy.She told me her father, Nicolo Rinaldo, would stop and park his Model T Ford at this very diner in the 1930's with my mother Sylvia and her sister on their way to their summer home in Syosset, Long Island
COURT SQUARE DINER IN LONG ISLAND CITY
on the way into Woodside, L.I., N.Y.
This diner was a watering hole for Rich Burriesci and his friends (scrambled eggs and home fries)
when he lived in Stewart Manor 1965-1974. It was more of a dining car in those years unlike this.
RICH BURRIESCI AND VICTORIA DILLARD EAT HERE AT UNION STATION WHENEVER THEY RIDE TO D.C.BY AMTRAK TRAIN
1964 CHRYSLER TURBINE introduced at the 1964 New York World's Fair
1964 CHRYSLER TURBINE(rear view)
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CLICK CAR FOR TUCKER CLOSEUP
WHITE CASTLE IN JAMAICA QUEENS NY
2 STUDEBAKERS OWNED BY TEACHER BOB KUZYN 
OF NEW HYDE PARK, L.I., NEW YORK ... 
The red 1950 STUDEBAKER Commander and the black 1959 STUDEBAKER Lark
1934 DESOTO AIRFLOW
ROLLING RAMBLERS (American Motors Corporation)
1960 LINCOLN Continental
1948 TUCKER Torpedo (The Car that Preston D. Tucker built all 52 of them!)
1948 CHEVROLET Fleetline (rear view taken by Richie Burriesci)
1940 CHEVROLET COUPE
masrat's magnificent motorcycle mile
1952 TRIUMPH MOTORCYLE
CLICK MOTORCYCLE TO VIEW TRIUMPH HISTORY
1966 FORD THUNDERBIRD convertible
end of masrat's magnificent motor mile
CLICK THIS MOTORCYCLE FOR MORE TRIUMPH HISTORY
1926 BROUGH SUPERIOR
1928 INDIAN SCOUT before and after restoration below
1958 EDSEL CITATION
1956 FORD CROWN VICTORIA
THE WORLD OF DESOTO a product of the Walter P. Chrysler Corporation
1956 DESOTO
1959 DESOTO
1963 STUDEBAKER AVANTI
1952 HUDSON HORNET
For the lovers of motorcycles other than Harley-Davidson, MASRAT RATHER would "rather" ride the English classic TRIUMPH and some pre-war classics. Masrat was born in France and biked some areas of the European and Asian continents on these classics including those with a side car! He once was attacked by a yak while in Tibet! He personally restored his black 1957 Royal Enfield motorcycle he still owns. The photo of him in a top hat his signature trademark. Enjoy his recommended links simply by clicking his favorite motorcycles.



1957 ROYAL ENFIELD owned and restored by Masrat Rather
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Mom Annabella Rutherford & Daughter Cheryl Hansen worked together at this popular Deli-Diner Perley's Restaurant in Richmond, Virginia 2001 thru 2008
FORD THUNDERBIRDS 1956-1966
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we open our page with 3 PACKARDS
Ladies and Gentlemen ... Write a fictional or nonfictional short story (less than 500 words) about any vehicle diner or both and we may publish here on our website.  Email your tale to: TheLincolnStudio@yahoo.com
Strictly Vintage!
THIS DINER I PASS DAILY ON 57th Street and 7th Avenue in NYC
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1957 NASH Metropolitan
1950 CHEVROLET Fleetline
1956 T-BIRD
1958 T-BIRD
1959 T-BIRD
1960 T-BIRD
1962 T-BIRD
1991 FORD  LTD Crown Victoria Station Wagon
1948 PLYMOUTH Business Coupe
MY FIRST CAR 1962 PONTIAC Tempest
It was cheaper to buy sneakers than a set of brakes! And so it was for me at the tender age of 17 having only a junior license I purchased my FIRST car in a Mineola salvage yard. It was a beat up rotted out 1962 Pontiac Tempest. I paid the rotund bald Joe Minnetta just $100.  He did warn me that the brakes were going but has a recent inspection sticker he just scraped off the windshield of an accident he just towed in. I gave him five twenty dollar bills hoping to bargain him down but he originally asked for $150. Two weeks later I bumped into him at Júpiter's nightclub in Hempstead. I did not recognize him because he looked like John Travolta discoing on the dance floor with a half foot high toupee and wearing a girdle to fit in his bell bottom pants! Joe at 40 was going through a change of life and third divorce. I told him that when I am driving on the Grand Central Parkway my two front fenders open up like wings and I am afraid of going airborne! The brakes are gone but I throw it into Drive One which slows the car down which never went faster than 50 mph and then I open my door a little using my sneakers to stop.  He told me to bring it in to his shop when I got tired doing that. Six weeks later I traded it in and gave Joe an additional $175. even though the front fender was bashed in but it did have its very own recent inspection sticker and good brakes.   My second car from the same benefactor was a two tone 1963 Chevrolet Impala. Believe it or not, this is a true story.  RICHIE BURRIESCI
1960 CHEVROLET CORVETTE
1948 DESOTO Custom
1940 DESOTO
1956 DESOTO Firedome
1950 NASH Ambassador
American Classic Cars
Richard ... I once stopped a little truck my dad used for delivering with my foot on the pavement too. I was going down monument. I pushed the brakes to slow down and there was no brakes. I pumped the useless brakes in disbelief. Luckily there was no cars in front of me. I pulled the hand brake which slowed it a little, but not much . I cut the motor off off and put it in neutral trying to get it to slow. This made it harder to steer. I was on fairly even/level section of monument. It decreased very slowly in speed. I prayed no one would pull in front of me. It gradually dropped below five miles per hour. I opened the door and put my foot on the ground like Fred Flintstone. The little truck slowly slowed down as my shoe heated up. I was grateful when it came to a rest. Took the tread off my left shoe. One of those unique life experiences. John Dillard  
1964 CHEVROLET CORVAIR
1940 PLYMOUTH Woody
1956 MERCURY Monterey
BREAKFAST ANYTIME
2 farm fresh eggs, home fries, choice of toast 
and fresh perked coffee and choice of juice 
$4.95
a buck more for choice of meat
1959 EDSEL Pacer
1946 DESOTO TAXICAB
1934 CHRYSLER Airflow
DESOTO LOGO FOR ALL DESOTO VEHICLES
COLUMBO CHILI w crackers ... $1.49
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