Rolls-Royce V8 Coffee Table

Rolls-Royce 6.75L V8 Coffee Table

Prior to the takeover by BMW in 1998 Rolls-Royce made use of the L Series V8, an engine that had been developed in the 1950s and still remains in use today – in modified form of course. This coffee table uses an L Series V8 as its base, before the table was built the engine…

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Jet-Hot Double Down By Fuller Moto

Jet-Hot-Double-Down-Fuller-Hot-Rod-38

The Jet-Hot Double Down is a vehicle that you’ve likely seen before. This time however there’s some new information about it that’ll likely interest the wealthier amongst you – it’s for sale. Fuller Moto built the extraordinary AWD 825 horsepower behemoth in 2013 for Jet-Hot Coatings, and it almost broke the internet when images of…

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Bluebird Wallpaper

Donald Campbell's Bluebird Hero

On the 17th of July 1964, Donald Campbell shattered the world land speed record with an average speed of 403.10 mph (648.73 kph) across the salt flats of Lake Eyre in South Australia. Lake Eyre is one of the few places in the world suitable for land speed record attempts, with its far more famous…

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Onewheel Electric Skateboard

Onewheel Skateboard

The Onewheel is an electric skateboard with a difference – it only has one wheel. Although the sharper amongst you may have surmised that from the name. With a top speed of 15 mph, the Onewheel has similar capabilities to a standard off-road electric skateboard. The large centre wheel allows it to cross uneven and…

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The Wing Man – Robin Herd

McLaren F1 Car

The Wing Man is a short film from McLaren that was created to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Robin Herd joining Bruce McLaren’s racing team. Herd was hired directly from the Concorde project despite his lack of formal training in race car engineering. The influence that Robin had on McLaren in its formative years was…

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Ikara Anti-Submarine Tail Fin

Ikara Anti-Submarine Tail Fin

The Ikara was an Australian anti-submarine missile developed in 1959, over the course of its life it would be used by the Australian, British, Brazilian, New Zealand and Chilean navies. Ikara is an Australian Aboriginal word for “throwing stick”, it was powered by a Bristol Aerojet Murawa two-stage solid-fuel rocket engine and could be controlled…

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Münch Mammoth

Munch Mammoth

Friedl Münch began hand building the Mammoth in 1966 after receiving a special order from Jean Murit – a former motorcycle sidecar racer and a leading light within the French motorcycle community. Jean wanted a no-expense spared motorcycle that could cheerfully reach 140 mph and hold it for hours on end. Münch had years of experience…

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Ford GT40 Cutaway

1965 Ford GT40

The GT40 gave Ford the first overall Le Mans victory for an American manufacturer in 1966, the win was noteworthy for a few reasons – it was also the first win for an American team at a large European race since Jimmy Murphy took the top step on the podium with his Duesenberg in 1921…

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Dobbertin’s Nova

Dobbertin’s Chevrolet Nova SS 2

Many of us grew up in an era when car magazines ruled the four-wheeled world, a time when the word “digital” was only used to describe a calculator watch and the “internet” was a term only known to a few boffins at CERN. The golden era for the car magazine was almost certainly the 1980s, a…

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