This is the new 2014 F 800 GS Adventure, it’s one of the most highly capable off-road touring motorcycles in the world with its brother the F 1200 GS and the British upstart, the Triumph Tiger Explorer XC as its primary competition. There’s a bit of contention as to whether the F 1200 GS or F...
The Porsche 356 is one of the most memorable pre-911 cars from the marque, it's the car that was tweaked for American tastes by North American importer Max Hoffman - a man who convinced Ferry Porsche that the 356 needed a name as Americans wouldn't by a car with a number.
This 1964 Porsche 904 GTS has seen significant international race success in its long life, it was bought new by race outfit Scuderia Filipinetti in 1964 and out straight to work on race tracks around Europe including an impressive 2nd in class at the Nürburgring 1000km, a 2nd in class at Mont Ventoux and wins at...
The Yamaha XS360 is an interesting motorcycle, the model never saw a huge production run and were, in many respects, the slightly smaller brother of the much more famous Yamaha XS400.
The Unimog 4x4 is quite easily one of the most iconic off-road vehicles ever made, it sits alongside the Land Rover Series I/II/III/Defender, the original military Humvee and the Land Cruiser FJ40/FJ60 as a "proper" 4x4, with no traction control, no air-conditioning and most certainly no LCD TV screens.
These extraordinary images were taken in 1919 on the beach at Hastings in Surrey, the submarine is a WWI model designated SM U-118 - she was being towed to France to be scrapped when the tow cable snapped during a storm.
The Gulf colour scheme on this 1970 Porsche 908/3 makes it an instant favourite around this part of the internet, interestingly this is just the 4th of 13 examples built during 1970. This chassis was used exclusively for flex-testing and was never raced, making it (probably) the most pristine example in the world. She’s fitted with...
I'd love to know when this picture was taken, it'd probably be safe to guess mid to late 1950s.
The Zündapp company was founded in 1917 by two German chaps with the suitably German sounding names of Fritz Neumeyer and Friedrich Krupp.
The Max Bill Chronoscope by Junghans is one of those slightly unusual watches that would look perfectly at home being worn with a suit as it would being worn with Nomex racing overalls.