Yamaha SR250 by Auto Fabrica

Yamaha SR250 5

The Yamaha SR250 is the hardworking little brother of the inimitable SR400/SR500, many of the components are shared between the SR models making repairs simple and the straight-forward mechanical set up of the SR series means they’re excellent bikes to learn wrenching. Originally released in 1982 the Yamaha SR250 was designed to fit in below…

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1986 Toyota Celica IMSA GTO

1986 Toyota Celica IMSA GTO 8_Fotor

This 1986 Toyota Celica IMSA GTO is the brainchild of AAR (All American Racing) and Toyota, it was designed and built to race in the GTO (Grand Touring Over 2.5L) class in 1986 where it would compete with Ford Mustangs, Porsche 911s and Chevrolet Corvettes. In order for the 4 cylinder, front wheel drive Toyota…

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1986 Honda VF1000R

Honda VF1000R Profile

The Honda VF1000R is considered by many to be the best of the now classic VF1000 model line produced by Honda between 1984 and 1988, the VF1000R was the first of the VF line to have gear driven cams (as opposed to the chain driven cams on previous generations) and was also the first to…

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The Nostalgic Wall of Wheels Poster

The Nostalgic Wall of Wheels 3

The Nostalgic Wall of Wheels poster is a new design from Petrolified, an up-and-coming company that’ll be producing much more stuff in this general vein. As you may have noticed, the poster includes some of the most interesting wheel designs to have come out of Japan in the 20th century. The poster measures 594cm x…

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1967 Toyota 2000GT

Toyota 2000GT

The Toyota 2000GT is one of those interesting cars from history that’s often forgotten as a result of the fact that only 351 were ever made. The design influences from both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911 are both clearly visible in the shape of the 2000GT however the car possesses its own character and…

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