I guess this is entry #1,767,876 in our ongoing series “Why Vintage Motorcycle Ads Were Better”.
This 1961 Chrysler 300G Convertible is one of only 337 ever made, it’s also a fantastic example of automotive design from an era when gasoline was cheap, women wore dresses, men drank at lunch and cars had fins.
The Type 9 by Zero Engineering is the newest model out of the now world famous garage that was originally founded by Shinya Kimura. It’s a significantly updated motorcycle over the well-known Type 5 and Type 6 models – though it may not look like it at first glance.
This former light bulb-testing machine has been repurposed into one of the most appealing home-bars you’ll ever clap your eyes on.