1992 Vector W8 Twin Turbo

Vector W8 Twin Turbo Front Side

The Vector W8 Twin Turbo was first shown to the public in 1990, it totally electrified the global motoring press and provided the Americans with their own hypercar – to compete with the likes of Lamborghini, Ferrari and Porsche. The Vector was an exceedingly advanced and suitably expensive motor car, it cost $448,000 USD (in…

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The Trusco Toolbox

Trusco Toolbox

The Trusco Toolbox is an unusual thing to find outside of a Japanese garage, the company is legendary in its native country but almost unheard of internationally – something the team at Hand-Eye Supply have decided to rectify. The solid steel construction coated in a thick blue enamel should ensure that this is a toolbox…

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Benelli 750 Sei

Benelli 750 Sei

The Benelli 750 Sei is one of the more interesting motorcycles developed during the 1970s – which is actually rather impressive considering just how many revolutionary bikes rolled out of factories in Japan and Europe during the decade. Alejandro de Tomaso bought Benelli in 1971 and immediately set to work creating a two-wheeled version of…

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The Original Driving Shoe

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The Original Driving Shoe was created in 1963, when the Italian government awarded the designer Gianni Mostile a patent for an an entirely new type of shoe – a slip on leather moccasin with rubber studs in the sole and continuing up the back of the heel. Almost every major shoe maker in the world now has their own…

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1985 Land Rover Defender 90 TDi

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1985 was just the second year of production for the Land Rover Defender 90 model, it was closely related to the short wheelbase Land Rover Series III but it included a number of small improvements that together would have a major impact on both on and off-road performance. The now antiquated leaf springs had finally…

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Spidi Ring Leather Jacket

Spidi Ring Leather Jacket

The new Spidi Ring Leather Jacket is a throwback to the styling that was predominant in the 1970s – Although reassuringly it’s built to modern safety specifications by the same company who builds much of the safety gear used by Moto GP racers. Each jacket is made from 1.1mm Buffalo leather and includes Multitech protectors…

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Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I

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It isn’t commonly known that the first production Lamborghini Countach ever made was shipped to a customer all the way over in Australia, this slightly unusual bit of trivia would be the first in a long line of extraordinary facts surrounding what is commonly referred to as the first “modern” supercar. The LP400S Series I…

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Old School MX Gloves by Reign VMW

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The team at Reign VMW only recently released this new glove, they’ve called it the “Old School MX Glove” due to its retro design influences – including that classic ’70s style piping across the back of the fingers and hand. Rather than use leather, which tends to get uncomfortably hot in the summer, the Old…

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The Bolt Safe

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Keeping a hidden stash of money handy in case of emergency is something most of us do in our cars and/or motorcycles, the obvious issue is finding a place to hide a couple of $100 bills where prying eyes and wandering fingers can’t find them. This is where the Bolt Safe comes into its own,…

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Lancia Rally Tee by Cars for a Cure

Lancia Rally T-Shirt

Cars for a Cure is a relatively new apparel brand by Mason Watson, he established the company shortly after losing his mother to breast cancer in 2008 – Cars for a Cure donates 20% of their revenue to cancer research and announces quarterly how much has been given away. This new design is the result of…

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