Last year, I visited the Cablevision studios of "Davidson & Company" to discuss the Long Island Motor Parkway with host Larry Davidson.
Filmmaker Michael Spiteri created this two-minute pilot film last year entitled: "The Long Island Motor Parkway, the first highway in the world." (2 comments)
One of my favorite cars on Long Island was the 1908 Simplex Speedcar restored and owned by Walter McCarthy. Several owners and restorations later, the car was sold last summer and was documented on Wayne Carini's "Chasing Classic Cars" on the Velocity channel. (2 comments)
Sunday's finale of the History Channel's "Men Who Built America" featured a re-enactment of the 1901 "Race That Changed the World" of Henry Ford racing against Alexander Winton (played by me in the Alco Black Beast). (5 comments)
With the cooperation of the New York City Parks Department, vintage cars including the Alco Black Beast took a "Sunday Drive" on the Queens "Motor Parkway" Greenway. The event occurred on October 28, 2012, one day prior to the arrival of Superstorm Sandy. (3 comments)
Prior to the "Men Who Built America" episodes on Henry Ford, the History Channel has released this new 2-minute video clip. Check out me as Alexander Winton driving the Alco Black Beast racing against Henry Ford (Ed LaBounty).
This 8-minute video documents the fire truck escort to the car show from the Waterfront at Roslyn to Tappen Beach in Glenwood Landing.
This 8-minute film documents the four laps of the 1909 Alco Black Beast and 25 other vintage racers on Legends Day at the 2012 Indy 500 weekend. (12 comments)
The initial rides in Chrysler's Chrysler were documented in this two-minute video.
Chris Collora of Long Island Online News follows the restoration of Chrysler’s Chrysler, a 75 year old Chrysler Imperal custom built for the Chrysler family now restored by historian and car collector Howard Kroplick.