Paris-Dakar Tee by Heritage Racing Apparel

1986 Paris-Dakar Tee

Heritage Racing Apparel is a small, family owned business run by the father and son team Jeffrey and Casey Maciejewski, they specialize in creating t-shirts with a disntinctly retro feel like the Paris-Dakar inspired one you see pictured above. As many of you will remember, the 1986 Paris-Dakar was the year dominated by the Porsche…

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Automotive Art by Andrew McGeachy

Jaguar D Type Le Mans

Andrew McGeachy is a native of Scotland who has lived in Switzerland for the past 24 years, his art is known for being emotive and highly effective at capturing the speed and chaos of vintage motor racing. These two canvases show two of the most historically significant racing circuits in the world – Monte Carlo…

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AAR Eagle-Weslake Mk1 Print

AAR Eagle-Weslake Mk1

The Anglo American Racers Eagle-Weslake Mk1 is widely considered one of the most beautiful Formula 1 cars ever constructed, its distinctive colour scheme was Dan Gurney’s hat tip to the USA national racing colours which were also used on Fords, Shelbys and Scarabs in-period. Personally, I’ve always been deeply enamoured with the Eagle-Weslake Mk1 for…

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Automobile Art by Markus Haub

Ford GT40 Art

Markus Haub is an automotive designer, a photographer and an artist who’s work has been featured in some of Europe’s finest automotive museums – including the prestigious Cité de l’Automobile in Mulhouse, France. Markus’ work involves shooting original images before printing them out onto large canvasses and then painting in additional vibrance, colour and subtle…

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Porsche 928 Cutaway

Porsche 928 Cutaway

The Porsche 928 was originally developed as a replacement to the 911, and while many of us are exceedingly glad that this never eventuated, the 928 is still an excellent and quintessentially German motor car. The styling of the car was groundbreaking and it caused quite a stir at the 1977 Geneva Motor Show where…

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Batmobile Blueprints

Batmobile Blueprints

Although these blueprints of the Batmobile don’t contain enough information to rebuild one in your garage, they are a good starting point on the dimensions. You’ll need to pick yourself up a used jet engine on Craigslist along with some bulletproof glass and matte black paint, you might also want to pick up an old…

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Mustang by Luis Pérez

Ford Mustang Steering Wheel

The beautiful image you see above is a photo-realistic painting by Luis Pérez, a talented Spanish artist whose work has been displayed in London, Hamburg and Zurich. He specialises in creating images that look like well-taken photographs at first glance – only becoming noticeable as a painting after closer examination. The Mustang steering wheel above…

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Historic Racing Cars by ScheningCreative

Chaparral-2D

This series of historic racing cars is a collection of prints by Arthur Schening of ScheningCreative, there are 21 in the series and I’ve only included 8 in this post so be sure to take a look at the full collection here. Arthur creates and sells the prints individually, each is made using an HP Indigo…

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Gulf Porsche 917 by John Krsteski

Gulf Porsche 917

The word iconic gets bandied around a lot when it comes to vintage racing cars, its use isn’t always warranted but when it comes to the Gulf Porsche 917 there’s little doubt about its iconic status. Hell, it’s probably one of the most iconic race cars ever made. This canvas print by automotive designer John Krsteski…

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Nissan Skyline Cutaway Wallpaper

Nissan Skyline Cutaway Wallpaper

The Nissan Skyline GT-R is without question one of the most important sports cars ever to come out of Japan, I know there are contrarians out there who’ll attempt to argue with me about that statement, but these people are simpletons and it’s best to ignore them. The Skyline started life as car built by…

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