Classic board trackers like this impeccable 1911 Indian Board Track Racer are becoming harder and harder to find and locating an example as original as this is now almost impossible, some of the rarer original bikes from the era have changed hands in the last few years for prices in the mid-6-digit range.
The Jaguar XJ220 is one of those cars that helped define a decade, it was first shown to the general public in 1988 at the Birmingham Motor Show where it lit up the automotive press from England to New Zealand.
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 Easy Rider film poster is a limited edition re-release is heading to the auction block next week with Bonhams, only 54 of these were made back in 1999, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the film's release.
The Triton is one of those motorcycles that every man should own at least once in their lives. The bike is the famous combination of the Norton Featherbed frame and the Triumph parallel-twin engine, often with a slew of other aftermarket parts all designed to make it go as fast as an air-cooled, vintage British...
The 1930 Bugatti Type 46 Coupé Superprofilée is a stunning motor car, the 46 was the "Baby Royale", or the slightly smaller luxury car offered by Bugatti in the spirit of the Royale.
This is the second piece in a new series on Silodrome written by the talented Jason Cormier, Jason is a writer, an avid motorcyclist, a Ducati die-hard, and a shadetree mechanic based in Montreal. He’s the editor of Odd-Bike.com, a unique website that showcases the history of rare and unusual motorcycles from around the world....
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.
The Super 32 Rovescio, built by tiny Roman manufacturer Nembo Motociclette, is just such an iconoclastic machine. It is a motorcycle that literally turns engine design on its head – because designer Daniele Sabatini decided he could build a better motor by flipping it upside down.
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.