The 1986 Porsche 962 was created as a replacement for the highly successful Porsche 956 - a car that had been dominant wherever it had raced including some major wins at the 24 Hours Le Mans and in the FIA series.
The 1974 McLaren M16C Indy Car was an Offenhauser-powered open-wheeled racer that won the 1974 Indy 500 - the car and its driver, Johnny Rutherford, would lead for 59 of the last 60 laps before taking their historic win at the Brickyard.
This 1953 Bentley R-Type Special Roadster is one of those cars that seems to be far less expensive than you might expect, with an estimated value of £50,000 to £60,000 it's certainly not cheap, but it's less pricey that a mass-produced 2-door Jaguar F-Type V8.
The BMW R60/5 was part of a series of motorcycles release by BMW in 1970 that marked a huge turning point for the company. The R50/5 (500cc), the R60/5 (600cc) and the R75/5 (750cc) were all based on entirely new frames that did away with sidecar-mounts, meaning they could be much lighter.
This vintage BBC documentary, called James Hunt vs Niki Lauda - Historic Clash Of The Titans, is a fantastic look back at the now world famous rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda.
The 1958 Packard Hawk Sport Coupe was set to hold 2 milestones for the Packard marque - firstly, at 125mph it would be the fastest car that the company ever produced. Secondly and somewhat sadly, it would also be the last car that the company ever made.
The Heuer Monza is the beautiful, though far less famous sibling to the Heuer Monaco. It was originally released in 1975 to honour Ferrari’s Formula One World Championship win in 1975 with Niki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni, it was available for sale until the early '80s but was discontinued before the merger between TAG and Heuer...
This is a new series on Silodrome called “The Projects”, we’ll be bringing you interesting, unusual and absurd Project Cars that we dig up around the web. This slightly rough-round-the-edges 1958 Austin-Healey 100/6 is a perfect candidate for a full restoration, it’s listed as being in remarkably good condition underneath its slightly careworn exterior and...
This combination of a 1964/5 Volkswagen Pick-Up and a Porsche Formula V track car is one of the more unique items we've come across in recent memory, and the pair of them together are quite possibly the coolest track day set up in the world.
This incredible Ural Racer is a creation from the mind of Joao Alves, it's based on a stock 2013 Ural Solo sT but I think you'll agree, the finished bike looks like a totally new creature. Joao has given the Ural Racer a beautiful mid-70s fairing, a studded cafe racer seat, a 2-into-2 chopped exhaust,...