1-Of-1 Bespoke Car Posters

Framed_EH_Holden_LRG

1-Of-1 is a design company that offers a unique service – they’ll create a bespoke poster of your car or motorcycle measuring 495mm x 400mm, and then send it to you anywhere in the world. The service has quickly become popular with collectors and enthusiasts, many of whom give the posters pride of place in…

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Fonzie’s Triumph (And It’s For Sale)

Fonzie-Motorcycle

I don’t even know where to start this week, it seems like 2016 is kicking off with a serious bang. Finding Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli’s pride and joy for sale is a major highlight, and it looks like it’s actually in pretty good shape considering that fact that it was originally made in 1949. Choosing a…

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Roland Sands Zuma Leather Jacket

Roland Sands Zuma Leather Jacket

The Zuma Leather Jacket by Roland Sands is a new release from the California company, it’s a race-level jacket that’s been designed with a healthy dose of retro styling – meaning it’ll likely be very popular with the cafe racer crowd. Each Zuma is made from top-grain buffalo leather (1.0-1.2mm thickness) with pre-curved, rotated sleeves,…

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Carroll Shelby: An Interview with the Snake

Carroll Shelby Driver

Carroll Shelby: An Interview with the Snake is a fascinating look back at the life and times of Shelby – a man who is quite easily one of the most important American automotive personalities of the 20th century. Today we look at any car that wears a Shelby badge with immediate understanding that it’s going to…

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1932 Ford 5-Window Hot Rod

1932 Ford Hot Rod

The 1932 Ford is by far the most common base for hot rodding in the United States, the model is often referred to as the “Deuce” as a reference to the year it was made. The reason it was so popular is relatively straight forward, it could be ordered with the first genuinely affordable V8…

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Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses

Randolph Aviator Sunglasses

Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses were originally developed to military spec standards (Mil-S-25948) for use by fighter pilots and astronauts. They been standard issue to all military pilots since 1982, and they have the bayonet temples that are required to put the sunglasses on (and take them off) when you’re wearing a helmet. Technicians at Randolph…

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1967 Pontiac Firebird 400

Pontiac Firebird 400

The Pontiac Firebird was introduced in 1967 as a competitor for both the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro. Muscle car historians are always quick to point out that the Firebird shared the same F-body platform as the Camaro, as well as the front fenders, door skins and rear quarter panels. General Motors had essentially hamstrung…

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REV’IT! Regent Boots

REV'IT! Regent Motorcycle Boots

The REV’IT! Regent boot is a protective motorcycle boot designed to be daily wearable whether you’re riding or not. The upper is a water-repellent full grain cowhide leather and waxed suede with a gear shift pad on both feet (for those of you who ride vintage bikes with right side shifters). The polyester internal mesh…

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