The Ford Indy Speedster V8 was built by Bill Lindig and the team at SO-CAL, it's a testament to classic, race-ready hot rod building and we like it a great deal. The chassis was first conceived by Jackie Howerton, an accomplished second-generation race car driver and lover of all things race car related.
Worn & Wound is a NYC based watch strap and accessories maker specialising in classic leather straps that'll suit almost any watch you throw at them. This strap is called the NYC NATO Brick Full Grain, it's made from full grain leather and can be ordered in either 20mm or 22mm sizes.
This is the last surviving Riva Ariston Cadillac, only 19 Cadillac-powered Riva Aristons were ever made and this one has been a resident of its native Italy since it was sold there 57 years ago.
The Red Cross Safety Hub by Eton has a handcrank on the side that allows you to charge it manually, you can also plug your Apple/Android phone or tablet into it and charge them directly from the crank.
The BMW R80 ST is a fascinating little piece of motorcycling history, it was the street-going version of the iconic dual-sport BMW R80 GS - the first in the long line of world famous BMW GS dual sport bikes of which over 500,000 have been made.
This art deco era Douglass Automatic Pocket Lighter is a beautiful throwback to a time when cigarettes were good for you, hydrogen airships were thought of as a good idea and Charlie Chaplin was the only celebrity with a toothbrush moustache.
The 1972 Ford Capri RS2600 Group 2 Competition Coupe was the car that cemented the reputation of the Ford Capri as the 'European Mustang', the '72 RS2600 won the European Touring Car Championship at the hands of Jochen Mass - the '71 RS2600 had also won the ETCC in the hands of Germany's Dieter Glemser....
This laser-cut stainless steel iPhone stand by Baughb Labs has been designed to hold the phone in both landscape and portrait mode, it also angles the base of the phone to bounce sound off the desk which noticeably increases the volume.
The West German 500cc Motorcycle Grand Prix was to be the last race to be held in West Germany, a year later in 1990 the Berlin Wall had come down and the race was simply titled "The German Grand Prix".
One of the most significant problems I have with my current apartment is the total lack of motorcycle-related paraphernalia. This is largely due to the veto that was implemented in 2011 by the United Nations of My Girlfriend, sadly my requests for a reconsideration have all died in committee.