1972 Lamborghini Jarama GT

Lamborghini Jarama

The Lamborghini Jarama is possibly the least well-known of all the models produced by the Italian marque since it started automobile production in 1964. This is most likely because it was overshadowed by the Miura, then by the Countach – the Jarama was a far less boldly styled motor car, with the engine in the…

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Vibrazioni Ducati Scrambler

Vibrazioni Art Design Ducati Monster 800

Vibrazioni Art Design is an Italian company that creates some of the most remarkable motorcycles and furniture you’ll find anywhere – and they do it largely by reusing old oil barrels and other industrial waste. We’ve featured their two-wheeled creations before and they never fail to garner a huge amount of attention, they also seem to…

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Ton-Up Garage Moto Guzzi Le Mans 1000

Moto Guzzi Le Mans 1000

The Moto Guzzi Le Mans 1000 was introduced in 1984 as the successor to the original Le Mans 850, the new bike had its capacity upgraded to 949cc, it was fitted with bigger 40mm Dell’Orto carburettors, and it borrowed the B10 camshaft from the Moto Guzzi production race bike. The primary selling point of the…

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Lamborghini V10 Engine Coffee Table

Lamborghini V10 Engine Coffee Table

The Lamborghini V10 was released in 2003 mounted in the Gallardo (later used in the Huracan and R8), it’s an aluminium-alloy engine with 4 valves per cylinder, a 90° vee angle, a dry sump, and an 84.5 by 92.8 millimetre bore/stroke. This coffee table uses an original Lamborghini V10 block that’s been shot blasted and…

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Mash Two Fifty Cafe Racer by XTR Pepo

Mash Two Fifty Motorcycle

The Mash Two Fifty Cafe Racer is a lightweight 249cc around-town commuter perfectly suited for use in Italian cities, or any densely populated area for that matter. The 120 kilogram kerb weight makes the bike easy to flick through traffic, and its narrow front profile makes it easy to get in and out of tight…

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The First Ferrari 308 GTB Quattrovalvole

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In 1975 Ferrari introduced the 308 GTB, it was a direct drop in replacement for the 2-seater Dino 246 GT and it was also the first mid-engine V8 Ferrari – a trend continued right through to the modern day with the current 458 Italia. The Ferrari 308 GTB Quattrovalvole was introduced at the 1982 Paris…

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1972 Lamborghini Miura SV

Lamborghini Miura SV 2

This Lamborghini Miura SV was one of the 10 last produced by the factory in 1972, it has production number 751 and 762 was the last one off the production line. It was sold new to Captain Arthur Mechin, a former RAF pilot who had served in WWII and like many Englishmen who called sub-Saharan…

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Gilera 106SS

Gilera 106SS

Although Gilera is perhaps more famous nowadays for producing small-capacity scooters, there was a time when they took the fight to the greatest racing motorcycle manufacturers in the world and won. The company claimed the 500cc World Championship in 1950, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957 as well as 1st and 2nd place at the 1955 Isle…

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Alfa Romeo 1900C Sprint Supergioiello

Alfa Romeo 1900C Sprint Supergioiello 5

The Alfa Romeo 1900C was introduced in 1951 as the coupe version of the four-door Alfa Romeo 1900, the addition of the C in the name wasn’t for coupe as many assume, but for corto – the Italian word for short. The 1900 model series was the first new Alfa Romeo to be built after…

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Dino 246GT

Ferrari Dino 246GT

The Dino series produced by Ferrari between 1968 and 1976 was developed as a direct competitor to the Porsche 911 – the German sports car had been a hugely successful model for Porsche and Enzo Ferrari realised that he could enter the same market segment if he had a smaller-engined car built to a similar…

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