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Boston Herald: Batmobile Sighting on the Common

May 23, 2013

"Holy flashback, Batman! The Batmobile — the original superhero ride from the 1960s TV show — landed on the Common yesterday for a quickie photo op before jetting back to its temporary Batcave in a tony Boston ’burb. “It’s pretty amazing,” said Bruce Ledoux, who has custody of the Batmobile for the next few months. “It has to be 20 feet long. It barely fits in my garage, and believe me, it’s causing quite a ... read more


Greater Boston: Emily Rooney Talks To Rich Doucette

March 5, 2013

Rich Doucette discusses this weekend’s car show, featuring Andy Rooney’s car. Program: Greater Boston; Episode: Sept. 20, 2012: The Boston Cup Classic Car Show... read more


Sports Car Digest’s Coverage of the Boston Cup 2012

October 16, 2012

Written by: Andrew Newton

“On Sunday, September 23, 2012 the City of Boston woke up to the inaugural Boston Cup Classic Car Show. Held on Boston Common, the oldest city park in the country, the show attracted dozens of vendors, hundreds of VIPs, and thousands of spectators. For Sunday morning park-goers, the Boston Cup was a very pleasant and unusual surprise. For car enthusiasts, though, it was a small slice of heaven. The Boston Cup Classic Car ... read more


Emily Rooney takes a ride in Andy Rooney’s Sunbeam Tiger

September 20, 2012

Written by: Meredith Goldstein

“WGBH’s Emily Rooney drove the late Andy Rooney’s 1966 Sunbeam Tiger to the Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common on Tuesday. Her ride in her dad’s sporty convertible was designed to get people excited about the upcoming Boston Cup Classic Car Show, which is this Sunday on Boston Common. Andy Rooney actually taught Emily to drive in this car. She says that he gave her the keys and told her to “try not to grind the gears.” . ... read more


Boston.com’s Coverage of The Boston Cup 2012

September 19, 2012

1948 Delahaye 135M, France, owned by: Bruce Male / Photo credit; Dillon Rand

“About 100 high-end cars encircled the Parkman Bandstand this Sunday in the Boston Common’s first classic car show. The event displayed cars manufactured in five countries, some with price tags estimated in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.” Read more and view slideshow here.... read more