1964 Lotus Type 34

The Lotus Type 34 would go on to become the winningest Lotus Indy car ever built, an impressive feat given that it was only the second Lotus model built to compete at the Indy 500. The early 1960s were a transitional time for the iconic American race, which was still overwhelmingly contested by somewhat antiquated…

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Lithium Cycles Super 73 Scout

The Super 73 Scout by Lithium Cycles is an electric bicycle designed for people who hate electric bicycles. It’s been developed to look nothing like other electric bikes on the market, whilst incorporating a 500 Watt hub motor (peak power output is 1050 Watts) and a 48 Volt 14.5 amp-hour lithium ion battery offering approximately…

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Icon Variant Double Stack Helmet

The Icon Variant Double Stack Helmet is offered in a series of bold colours with minimal graphics, for those who prefer simpler styling when compared to the other offerings in the Icon Variant series. Safety is a paramount concern when buying something designed specifically to protect your brain, so Icon develop all of their helmets…

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Jane Motorcycles Driggs Jacket

The Driggs Jacket by Jane Motorcycles is a new waxed cotton motorcycle jacket designed to be worn both on and off your bike. It incorporates elbow, shoulder, and a back pocket for D30 armor that meets the requirements of European directive 89/686/CEE and of CE technical standards EN 1621-1:2012. The outer shell is 8.5 oz…

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Lionel Sunglasses

Warby Parker was founded to offer high-end eyewear at less than high-end prices, thanks to the fact that the company bypasses the current monopoly within the luxury eyewear market. The Lionel Sunglasses have a brushed Japanese titanium frame with Akulon-coated screws for durability. The CR-39 lenses have an Antiscratch coating, and they offer 100% UV…

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1910 Thor Single

Although many people have never heard of Thor, the company played a huge role in the early days of the American motorcycle industry – employing Oscar Hedstrom, Al Crocker, and Bill Ottoway early in their careers, these men would later become famous for their work at Indian Motocycles, Crocker Motorcycles, and Harley-Davidson respectively. A Brief…

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1966 Iso Grifo GL Series I

Though the Chevrolet Corvette is a thoroughly American car, it was always intended as an answer to the sports cars being built on the other side of the Atlantic. Although they were never sold in Europe in large numbers, they were influenced by European sports car design, and as the years progressed that influenced moved…

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1965 Pontiac GTO

The Pontiac GTO is considered by many to be the godfather of the American muscle car, and although automotive historians will point to any number of thunderous V8 American performance cars that came before it, the GTO is by far the best remembered. The American love of the V8 engine already had a long history…

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1969 Ford Bronco Half Cab

The Ford Bronco Half Cab was a rare version off the iconic 4×4, just 2602 were built in 1967, as the overwhelming majority of buyers opted for the slightly more practical wagon body style. Officially called the Bronco Sport Utility Pickup, the motoring public quickly nicknamed it the “Half Cab”, and today this is the…

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Silver Piston Money Clips

Silver Piston is run by a friendly chap by the name of Steve West based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Steve is a silversmith and an avid motorcyclist who’s become well-known for his unique Buffalo nickel and Indian Head nickel rings, and in recent years he’s branched out into making wedding bands, custom Zippo lighters, keyrings, necklaces,…

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1964 AC Cobra 289

Despite the fact that it was only built from 1962 to 1967, the AC Cobra had a profound impact on the motoring world. The surviving examples are worth a king’s ransom and are hotly pursued by collectors and enthusiasts, many of whom enter them in vintage motor racing events. A Brief History of Carroll Shelby’s…

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