Owning and racing a Formula car, especially a car with heritage like this 1961 Lotus 18, is the lifelong dream of many motor racing enthusiasts (myself included).
If you’ve been hunting around for a suitable end-of-the-world vehicle with the impending and entirely likely US default looming and due as early as next Tuesday, this Series 3 Land Rover just may be your ticket.
This 1937 Harley EL Knucklehead is a 6000 mile original, it’s never undergone restoration and somewhat impressively, still features the original white paint.
In the 1970s and 1980s a man called George Martin was the number 1 custom motorcycle and motorcycle frame builder in Europe. The frame on this bike is one of Martin’s original 70s frames (although it looks like pure Ducati) and the engine is an air-cooled Kawasaki Z1000.
This 1940 Ford circle track racer is currently listed out of Brick, New Jersey with a buy-it-now price of $6,900. Originally built in 1950 and constantly updated over subsequent racing seasons, it has significant racing history in the Virginia and North Carolina region with multiple races in other locations around the country.
Cars like this one are becoming rarer and rarer, this 1953 Nash Ambassador Custom is in immaculate condition throughout and has only 26,106 miles from new. I can only assume that the owner of this Nash is the most fastidious person on the face of the Earth. The exterior, interior and engine bay look almost new.
Rat Rods are one of those things that I love in spite of myself. I’d be embarrassed to drive one around town but I’d love to race them on dirt roads, up windswept beaches or across the Bonneville salt flats.