Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Harley Davidson Hog Motorcycle New York NYC

 




BLUE & WHITE HARLEY

The STREETS of NEW YORK








BLUE & WHITE HARLEY DAVIDSON






"I LOVE HARLEY'S"

HARLEY DAVIDSON LOGO TEE SHIRT





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BLUE & WHITE HARLEY




"I LOVE HARLEY'S" !!!!



BACK of T-SHIRT




FRONT of " LOVE HARLEY'S"  T-SHIRT




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Cadillac Eldorado 1958 Seville

 

 



CADILLAC ELDORADO


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1958 CADILLAC ELDORADO SEVILLE

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The 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Seville one of Harley J. Earl’s finest masterpieces, and was originally penned as a hardtop to incorporate many distinctive design details into the roof. And as Cadillac's flagship model they were frighteningly expensive when new, hence just 855 Eldorado Sevilles were built for 1958. Equipped with Cadillac's famous Tri-Power V-8, four-speed Hydra-Matic transmission, optional air ride suspension and every other power accessory imaginable in 1958; there are few cars that offer the same kind of turbine-smooth acceleration and luxurious ride that a 1958 Eldorado can.

This example is regarded as one of the finest, most correct and original Sevilles in existence. Discovered in 2011 from the estate of its second owner from new in Arizona, it was an unrestored car just out of almost 40 years in storage with 55,000 original miles, a beautiful original interior and faded original paint. What followed in the hands of its third owner was a painstaking and highly detailed restoration was carried out over a three-year period performed with the goal of preserving the cars incredible originality. The mechanical components were restored to as-new condition or better. The entire braking system is stainless steel sleeved, the engine is balanced and blueprinted with items such as bronze valve guides, hardened valve seats, and a fully ethanol compliant fuel system. The original optional air suspension has been completely rebuilt by the foremost Cadillac air suspension expert, with NOS or flawlessly restored components, and performs better than new.

The original Biscay Blue interior, including the carpet, was cleaned, detailed, and reinstalled and every piece of original chrome, stainless and gold anodized trim was restored at great expense to as-new condition, as were its factory original Sabre wheels. There are no reproduction trim, hardware or soft parts on this car. For example, every piece of the original grille was disassembled, wet-sanded until it was flawless, and then properly re-anodized and reassembled. All of the original gold emblems were treated the same way – as today’s reproductions are different in every detail, something unacceptable to the owner of this vehicle.

The exterior, having never had so much as a door ding, was stripped to bare metal and refinished in its original Argyle Blue color after having an exact color match prepared by Sikkens. The car has never had any rust and has the original sheet metal throughout. In total this meticulous, multi-year restoration consisted of over 2,500 labor hours to complete. Please pay close attention to the panel fit, the absolute flatness of the paint and every panel, and the integrity of the car in general. It was not a car restored for resale, it was a labor of love and restored to a level of appearance and function not often seen in 1950s Cadillacs due to the tremendous expense of doing so.





1958 Cadillac Eldorado Seville

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Monday, August 30, 2021

Mick Jagger Loves Taylor Ham Eggs n Disco Fries in Jersey

 



MICK JAGGER with a COFFEE




Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones hit the Tick Tock Diner in Clifton before the Stones’ show at MetLife Stadium Thursday night.

According to NorthJersey.com, Mick went for a classic New Jersey breakfast and in so doing, weighed in the Pork Roll/Taylor Ham debate: he told the crowd before the show that he ordered a Taylor Ham, egg, and cheese along with Disco fries.

Keep in mind that Mick could eat anywhere (he’s worth an estimated $300 million), but chose a classic Jersey diner! Employees at the diner told NorthJersey.com that one of the most famous rock and rollers of all time went virtually unnoticed, being described as “quiet and low key.” The Tick Tock Diner is arguably the most famous diner in New Jersey, although a lot of that notoriety came when the manager tried to have one of the owners (his uncle) killed. The plot was foiled and the manager, Georgios Spyropoulos, was sentenced to 8 years in prison in 2014.

Waitress who served the Rolling Stones Taylor ham says no one recognized them. Mick Jagger knows exactly what his New Jersey audience wants to hear. On stage Thursday night at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, the legendary Rolling Stones frontman divulged to the audience that prior to the band’s latest monster Garden State performance, they visited the almost-as-legendary Tick Tock Diner in Clifton Thursday morning.

The Rolling Stones' lead singer told the crowd during Thursday night's concert at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, that the band visited the legendary Tick Tock Diner in nearby Clifton earlier in the day, NJ.com reported.

Jagger said they ate Taylor ham, egg and cheese sandwiches, the website reported.

      "So we went to the Tick Tock Diner!" Jagger told the            audience, according to the North Jersey Record. "We had          Taylor ham, egg and cheese! With Disco fries! 

And Sloppy Joe to go!"






                                          TAYLOR HAM & EGG SANDWICH




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                      Recipe - TAYLORE HAM & EGG SANDWICH




      


                               MICK & KEEF



                 "KEEF & JD" !!!!

                        KEITH RICHARDS / JACK DANIELS T-SHIRT






Yes, they chowed down on Taylor ham, egg and cheese sandwiches.

And yes, Jagger explicitly called it Taylor ham, not pork roll.

Maria Portalakis, who was managing the diner Friday morning, said she wasn’t there when Jagger came in – nor were any of the staff who were on duty this morning — but that it’s all anyone at the diner is talking about this morning.

She couldn’t say what time he came by, if he came inside at all or if the band was in tow, but she was psyched that the rocker chose the Tick Tock Diner.

“He could have gone to any diner. We’re obviously happy he came to us of all places,” Portalakis said, praising the Tick Tock’s Taylor ham, egg-and cheese. “It’s really good. I actually had one this morning with avocado."

Is it significant that a star like Jagger called it Taylor ham and not pork roll?

“If he’s in North Jersey, then Taylor ham would be the correct term,” Portalakis said.

While we can’t be certain if he Jagger took sides in our endless breakfast meat debate simply because that’s how the sandwich is written on the Tick Tock menu — or perhaps it’s a tribute to ex-Stone Mick Taylor — but whatever he wants to call it, a rock luminary munching the same sandwich many of us Jerseyans eat after a hard night of drinking is pretty cool. Plenty of other famous celebrities have mentioned stopping by the Tick Tock Diner, too, including comedians Jerry Seinfeld and Artie Lange.

Though we do not condone the 76-year-old star eating this artery-clogging food after he just underwent heart surgery earlier this year.

The Tick Tock Diner is one of the state’s most well known eateries, and was named the country’s second-best 24-hour diner by the Daily Meal in 2017.

"Literally everyone from North Jersey has heard of the Tick Tock Diner, and just about all of them have dined there as well,'' the website said. "It’s really, really good ... this diner is a quintessential New Jersey hangout, with a menu about as long as War and Peace.''

In 2017, the Tick Tock made the news when Gov. Chris Christie met with Gov. Andrew Cuomo there.

The Stones’ visit to the diner also included disco fries and Sloppy Joe sandwiches, Jagger said.

The band has had plenty of opportunities to chow down on Jersey eats over the last 50-plus years. Its first Garden State concert was at Symphony Hall in Newark Nov. 7, 1965, on the heels of its “Out Of Our Heads” album (Patti LaBelle opened). The rock icons would go on to play 24 New Jersey dates — including this “No Filter Tour” run, which hits MetLife again Monday — across its prolific career.

Mick Jagger Disco Fries in Jersey

 








TICK TOCK DINER

"MICK JAGGER LOVES The DISCO FRIES"







Sunday, August 29, 2021

Jersey Diners Rock - Bendix Diner NJ

 





The BENDIX DINER

Route 17

HASBROUCK HEIGTS,  NJ







WHITE MANNA BURGERS

HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY





The MISS AMERICA DINER

JERSEY CITY

NEW JERSEY






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Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Friday, August 20, 2021

The Good Italian

 





LANCIA "SPIDER"








THE GOOD ITALIAN

Starring GIANCARLO GIANNINI






Giancarlo Giannini





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ROLEX SUBMARINER DIVER WATCH Sale

 





  • Rolex Submariner (16610) self-winding automatic watch features a 40mm stainless steel case with a black aluminum bezel surrounding a black dial on a stainless steel Oyster bracelet with folding buckle. Functions include hours minutes seconds and date. This watch does not come with box or papers. F Serial. We back this watch with a 2-Year WatchBox warranty!  

  • This watch is Certified Pre-Owned in New or Like New condition. Watch may show subtle scratches. The case should exhibit no dents or dings and the bracelet should show little wear or stretch. The watch keeps time according to manufacturer’s specification and needs no mechanical service.

  • Watch Year : 2000-2009 . All images shown are of the actual watch.
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Mickey Rourke Pope Greenwich Village tshirt

 




The POPE of GREENWICH VILLAGE

Starring : MICKEY ROURKE & ERIC ROBERTS

With Daryl Hannah, Burt Young, Geraldine Page

And BURT YOUNG as "BED BUG EDDIE"





MICKEY ROURKE

"In BETTER DAYS"






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Thursday, August 19, 2021

CHOP SUEY ! Edward Hopper

 




"CHOP SUEY"

Edward Hopper



The scene depicts two women at a table in a restaurant with another couple in the background. The only features being shown in particular detail are the painted woman’s face, the coat hanging above her, her companion’s back [to the viewer], the features of the couple in the background, the Tea Pot on the table, the masked lower window panel, and the restaurant sign outside. These are all features that would bring a sensory element (besides sight) to the memory painted: the buzzing noise of the outside light, the voices of the people in the background, the texture of the coat, the taste of the tea and smell of the cigarette smoke (held by the man), and the muddled light from the masked window.

Edward Hopper’s artwork is known for its realistic scenes that touch themes of isolation and self-being rather than a narrative context. He often described his art as a “transcription [of his] most intimate impressions of nature” meaning he related the process of painting to that of memory. This idea could further be described in another way as when, for example, you draw something from a personal memory, certain details can be remembered but everything outside the primary focus is blank background. Chop Suey captures this concept of memory, making the viewer focus on particular elements of sensory iconography whilst depicting a theme of isolation due to self being.


According to art scholar David Anfam, one "striking detail of Chop Suey is that its female subject faces her doppelgänger." Others have pointed out it would not be so unusual for two women to be wearing similar hats, and that it is presumptuous to claim doppelgängers when one subject's face is not visible to the viewer. The painting has an interior subject matter, being inside of a cafe, and does not focus on any one given figure. As with many of Hopper's works, the painting features close attention to the effects of light on his subjects.








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Chinatown, New York

1934

"CHOP SUEY"











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Sunday, August 15, 2021

Peter O'Toole tells Drinking Stories - Letterman Show

 




PETER O'TOOLE







Peter O'Toole on The Letterman Show







Richard Harris Peter O'Toole DRINKING STORIES







PETER O'TOOLE / RICHARD HARRIS















AMERICA'S FAVORITE DISHES

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Warhol Man on Moon Walk