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.
The 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing is either at the very top of every discerning persons Top 10 Cars list, or it's damn close.
This captivating shot gives you a 3rd person view out the turret of a German bomber.
This 1954 BMW Rennsport RS54 was one of the first racing motorcycle designs to come out of Germany in the post-war period, the FIM had very recently re-allowed German machines into their events and the engineers at BMW wasted no time turning out some remarkable new two-wheelers. The BMW Rennsport RS54 was a 130kg (286lb)...
Walt Siegl is, quite deservedly, one of the most famous custom motorcycle builders in the world. Far from the hideous kitch hellscape of the custom stretched out chopper scene, Walt works from his garage in New England and creates some of the most beautiful and technically advanced custom bikes you'll find anywhere on Earth.
The 1956 BMW Rennsport RS54 is a great example of what the Germans can achieve when they get their heads together and decide to go racing against the Brits and the Italians.
The Porsche 550 Spyder is an extraordinary thing.
The Porsche 356 B Coupe is quite easily one of the most beautiful cars ever made, it's also one of the stand-out motor cars of the 20th century from an automotive design perspective...
This 1980 BMW R100RS Scrambler nicknamed "Sarge" was built by the talented BMW motorcycle custom house Kevil's Speed Shop. Kevil's is run by a friendly Brit named Kevin Hill, he founded the shop and has been an avid lover of motorcycles since his father took him to the Bristol Motorcycle Show in the late-70s.