I’d quite happily sit in that seat for extended periods of time. Even if the car wasn’t moving.
Renard Motorcycles was founded in 1938 in Estonia, the company was successful throughout much of WWII until an airstrike destroyed the company factory in 1944.
The image above features a motorcycle I’ve never seen before, I’m tempted to guess that it’s a one-off design due to the less-than-polished look of the engineering. The size of the V-twin is impressive, in fact it’s one of the largest I’ve ever seen installed in a pre-WWII motorcycle, with the possible exception of the pacer…
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.