Belstaff Esses Gloves

Belstaff Esses Gloves

The Belstaff Esses Glove is a new release from the historic British motorcycle gear manufacturer for 2015. Far from being just another good-looking glove with no real protection built-in, the Esses glove has flexible D3O protective armour across the knuckles and palms with an outer shell of full grain goat napa leather. The internal lining…

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Divina Galica Wallpaper

Divina-Galica

Divina Galica was only the third woman to ever race in Formula 1, interestingly it came about because she was a British Olympic skier and was invited to take part in a celebrity automobile race. She stunned the field with her talent and was quickly hired to race in the 1976 British Shellsport International Group…

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Triumph Scrambler Custom

Triumph Scrambler 2

This Triumph Scrambler custom is a little unusual in that it was actually built by the engineers at Triumph as a study into what the Scrambler could evolve into over the coming years. This build is far from being just a slap of paint and a new muffler, every element of the original Scrambler was…

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Murray Walker Documentary: It Wasn’t Work

Murray Walker

Murray Walker: It Wasn’t Work is a new documentary film about the legendary Formula 1 commentator Murray Walker, many of you will be instantly familiar with Murray and those of you who don’t recognise his face will almost certainly recognise his voice – if you ever happened to tune into a Formula 1 race between 1978…

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Ford Cortina GT

Ford Cortina GT 10

The Ford Cortina GT was designed to be the in-house performance version of the popular Cortina – a car that had been developed to compete with the Morris Oxford and Vauxhall Victor by Roy Brown Jr., the designer of the Ford Edsel – one of the most famous failures in the history of automotive design….

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Hammered Pewter Tankard

Pewter Tankard

When it comes to vessels for drinking beer, this hammered pewter tankard is just about as classy as you’re ever likely to get. Men and women have been imbibing the amber nectar from pewter tankards for over 400 years, over the past few decades they stopped using lead in the smelting process – resulting in tankards…

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