Search the globe and you’ll never find a cooler lamp than this, that main shaft is an authentic vintage shock absorber and the base is a brake disc. Each of them is made by hand by John over at Classified Moto, he also builds some of the most aesthetically pleasing custom motorcycles in the world so feel free to have a poke around his website.
Beater Bikes would fall into that first category, you can pick one up for $299.99 USD, they’re simple, solid and they get the job done.
When it comes to ’60s supercars, you’ll be hard pressed to find something more iconic than the 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400S ‘SV Specification’ – Its low profile, mid-mounted V12, independent front and rear suspension and four-wheel disc brakes left the Miura in a world of its own from a performance perspective and it’s fair to say that it gave the boys over at Ferrari more than a few sleepless nights.
Captain Fawcett’s Hand-Crafted Safety Razor is a classic interpretation of the original safety razor design, originally patented all the way back in 1847 by William S. Henson. Many are unaware that the safety razor as we know it was first designed back in the mid-Victorian era, with most people guessing that it was invented in…