The Three-Wheeler by Castle Three

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The Castle Three Motor Co. made a name for itself in the late 1910s and early 1920s as the primary competitor for The Morgan Motor Co. in the 3-wheeled car category. Castle Three produced advanced 3-wheelers powered by 4-cylinder, water-cooled engines – as they were classed as “Cyclecars” they were much cheaper to run due…

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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa

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The Ferrari 250 Europa is widely considered to be one of the most important early Ferraris, it’s also viewed by many as one of the most important designs from Pinin Farina – a design that helped establish Carrozzeria Pinin Farina as the borderline-defacto Ferrari designer. The 250 Europa was only available by special order, and…

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The Swag

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The Oztrail Biker Swag is a modern take on the classic Australian “swag” – a small tent designed to hold one person and not much else. These utilitarian shelters were created by Jackaroos (Australian cowboys) who needed a small, simple shelter that could be strapped to the back of their horses. As it happens, motorcyclists…

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1951 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup

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The vintage American pickup truck is a genre of vehicles that I have a huge soft spot for, there’s something both rugged and endearing about them and I’m yet too meet a person who drives one who isn’t one of those people who’ll go out of their way to be friendly. The restored truck you…

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The 1901 Wright Glider

1901 Wright Glider

The 1901 Wright Glider is a marvel of simple engineering, looking back at it now its general design looks almost self explanatory but simple as it is, it was undoubtably one of the most important engineering advancements in human history. The full story of how the glider came to be, and how Wilbur and Orville…

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1959 Fiat-Abarth 750 Zagato

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The story of Abarth and the history that the company shares with Fiat is an essential chapter in the history of top tier motorsport. Originally founded by Carlo Abarth in 1949, he chose to use his astrological sign (Scorpio) as the official company logo and despite the company’s later association with Fiat, they started out…

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Yamaha SR400 by The Wrenchmonkees

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The Yamaha SR400 is one off the icons of the custom motorcycle scene, the single cylinder powered bike is remarkably simple to work on – in fact you’d be hard pressed to find a motorcycle that’s less complicated. The model started life as the SR500 all the way back in 1975, it was in production…

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Copper Cocktail Shaker

Cocktail Shaker

The classic cocktail shaker is an essential part of any home bar and allows you to create a huge array of cocktails – from stirred gin martinis to shaken margaritas and everything inbetween. The company that produces these particular cocktail shakers has been in business for almost 200 years, the inside of the shaker is…

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Mohawk Motorcycle Boots by REV’IT!

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Motorcycle boots can be a difficult thing to buy, often people are forced to compromise between safety and aesthetics – but every now and then a boot comes along that ticks both boxes. For me, the new Mohawk by REV’IT! is just such a boot. Its design is influenced by the classic Red Wing 877,…

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