1969 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

Though the Dino wasn’t originally badged or sold as a Ferrari it retains a very special place in the annals of the Italian company’s history, because it was a project launched by a father in memory of his son.

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Dainese HF D1 Perforated Leather Jacket

The Dainese HF D1 Perforated Leather Jacket is a reissue of one of the Italian brand’s early designs from the 1970s – though the new version uses all modern materials including body armor to ensure it’s far safer than its godfather. Each jacket is made from vat dyed refined full grain perforated cowhide leather, with…

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

1958 Tracked Cuthbertson Land Rover

The Cuthbertson Land Rover is a tracked vehicle designed to go where normal 4x4s can’t – waist-deep mud, thick marshes, and heavy snow. A Brief History of the Tracked Cuthbertson Land Rover James A. Cuthbertson of Biggar in Lanarkshire, Scotland started his own company in 1936 to manufacture his inventions. Although not a household name,…

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Morgan Leather Suitcase

The Morgan Motor Company was founded in 1910, and have survived where many failed by weaponizing their British heritage. The company is now best known for their classically-styled roadsters and their quirky Three-Wheelers, recently they’ve released some more modern machinery in the shape of the Aero8 Roadster. This suitcase is one of Morgan’s other creations,…

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Momentum Torpedo Blast Watch

Momentum assemble all of their timepieces by hand in Vancouver, and impressively they offer a 2 year warranty which can be extended to 6 years for free. To extend your warranty you’ll just need to mail your watch to Momentum every 2 years for a free servicing. There’s a lot to be said for inexpensive…

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1966 Iso Grifo GL Series I

Though the Chevrolet Corvette is a thoroughly American car, it was always intended as an answer to the sports cars being built on the other side of the Atlantic. Although they were never sold in Europe in large numbers, they were influenced by European sports car design, and as the years progressed that influenced moved…

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Hedon Heroine Dirt Quake Trailblazer Helmet

The Hedon Heroine is the newest addition to the relatively short list of modern full face motorcycle helmets with classically styled design. This version of the Heroine is the Dirt Quake Trailblazer Helmet, with shell art reminiscent of the 1970s to celebrate the retro Dirt Quake events in the UK and USA held each year….

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1976 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40

The unusually named company 506 Classic Auto Restorer is one of the world leaders in the rapidly growing world of vintage 4×4 restoration. The company is run by Frank and Daniela, and they rebuild early Toyota Land Cruisers, Series Land Rovers, and early Range Rovers to better-than-new condition. A SHORT HISTORY OF THE TOYOTA LAND…

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Death Machines of London Tee

Death Machines of London is a British custom motorcycle workshop based (not surprisingly) in London. The name comes from a quote from the company founder’s father, when as a child he mentioned he’d been for a motorcycle ride with his fun uncle. This tee by DMOL is 100% brushed cotton (175g/m² jersey), it’s black with…

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Documentary: Camel Trophy 1989 – Amazon

Camel Trophy 1989 – Amazon is a fascinating hour-long documentary about one of the hardest Camel Trophy events of them all – the 1989 Amazon expedition. The Amazonian rainforest is one of the most challenging environments on earth to travel through, made all the more difficult by illegal loggers, cagey gold miners, and the native…

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1965 Pontiac GTO

The Pontiac GTO is considered by many to be the godfather of the American muscle car, and although automotive historians will point to any number of thunderous V8 American performance cars that came before it, the GTO is by far the best remembered. The American love of the V8 engine already had a long history…

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