I'm sometimes dumbfounded by the relatively inexpensive nature of some of the historic motorcycles that come up for auction, this bike is a 1944 Norton 490cc Model 16H Military and its estimated sale price is just $6,200 to $7,700 USD - which I think is pretty damn reasonable.
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...
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.
The Series 2 Land Rover is a beautiful vehicle, not everyone can see its good-looks, but those who can will swear to you that it's just as beautiful as a Jaguar XKSS.
This is one of those motorcycles that comes along every now and then that has the ability to make men like me, and probably you, begin tossing around the idea of armoured car robbery. Because without a fairly major heist, there’s just no way that this bike is going to end up in my garage....
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.
The Iditarod is one of the most difficult races ever devised by the mind of man, it's a brutal winter race that takes place in Alaska between Anchorage and Nome. The fastest recorded time is 8 days, 19 hours, 46 minutes, and 39 seconds and that includes very little sleep.
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 1938 Indian Chief incorporated a number of improvements over the 1937 model, the engineers at Indian worked on refining each model year as best they could and so the 1938 Chief had dozens of these small improvements.
Michael Mundy, the proprietor of Steel Bent Customs, has a penchant for building some of the cleanest cafe racer motorcycles you'll find anywhere. He tends to favour the Honda CB750 and has now got the process of turning the bike from a lumbering over-weight bike into an exceedingly clean, pure example of what a cafe...