This is 1972 De Tomaso Pantera is a Group 3 Factory Prototype, it's actually the only one of the 30-or-so examples produced that has an entirely hand-formed body. It's also running on a 'pulsante' (push-button) chassis and it's widely regarded as being one of the most intensively raced of all the De Tomaso Pantera Group...
This is a 1953 Ferrari 340/375 MM Berlinetta 'Competizione' and it's one of those wonderful '50s era Ferraris that even non-sentient, single celled organisms find beautiful.
This is a 1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso Berlinetta and it's a very, very beautiful thing. Sadly they were only produced in very limited numbers (350 total) between 1963 and 1964 meaning they're not the sort of thing you're likely to see parked outside the local Hyatt.
These are the Ducati Garage Rock Sunglasses by Oakley, they're designed to be worn under helmets by motorcyclists and feature about as much technology as you'd expect from a collaboration from brands with pedigrees like these two.
Persol sunglasses have been seeing a resurgence of late, the Italian eyewear maker was favoured by Steve McQueen and numerous other Hollywood A-listers during the '60s and '70s, in fact McQueen owned a pair of 714s just like the ones you see here.
The Ferrari F40 is considered by many to be one of the single best supercars in history, built to commemorate Ferrari's 40th anniversary, the car was an instant icon when it was released in 1987, it was also the fastest, the most powerful, and the most expensive road car that Ferrari had ever made.
Persol's signature Foldable Sunglasses have been worn by everyone from Steve McQueen to Daniel Craig, they're surprisingly solid and offer a nice change from the usual Wayfarer or Aviator look of other classic sunglasses.
This beautiful old image shows Enzo Ferrari as a young man (on the left), he was racing in the 1920 Targa Florio in the hot seat of an A.L.F.A 40/60 HP.
Dustbin fairings, like the example used on this 1963 Garelli 50cc Record Breaking Racing Motorcycle, make me very happy. This Garelli was built in November 1963, 2 of the bikes were built and specially prepared by Italian engineer William Soncini...
This cafe-racer-styled custom is based on a Ducati 1098R, a stonker of a bike to begin with that's been made all the more cheerfully psychotic by an extensive series of tweaks, modifications and additions.