2017 Jaguar XKSS

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In early 2016, Jaguar announced that they would be restarting the production of the XKSS to complete the 9 cars that were destroyed in a mysterious factory fire in 1957. Jaguar had originally set aside 25 D-Type racing chassis to be made road-legal and sold to American enthusiasts like Steve McQueen. The British marque had ceased…

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Group B 30th Anniversary Art Box

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The Group B 30th Anniversary Box is the work of Ricardo Santos, a Portuguese artist and art director whose work has been featured in Top Gear Magazine, on Motorsport Retro, RACER Magazine, and a host of other top tier publications. As a former rally co-driver himself, Ricardo is fascinated with racing – particularly from the ’80s…

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

1928 Harley-Davidson Peashooter

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The Harley-Davidson Peashooter is a single-cylinder motorcycle originally released in 1926 to compete in the hotly contested AMA 21 cubic inch class. Indian and Excelsior were the established forces to be reckoned with in the smaller, single-cylinder racing world but Harley decided to dive in and compete – and also sell a line of smaller-engined…

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Earnest Co. Black Bancho Overalls

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The Black Bancho Overalls by Earnest Co. are designed for use by both professional and home mechanics, with 280GSM medium-weight breathable waxed cotton construction, heavy duty YKK zips throughout, and a tapered fit with a lowered waist. The Bancho was directly inspired by Japanese racing track and workwear, and it has a traditional Japanese street…

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1968 Pontiac Firebird Ram Air II

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The Pontiac Firebird Ram Air II was the highest-performing Firebird you could buy in 1968, its thunderous L67 400 cubic inch V8 was capable of 340 bhp, and it could cheerfully wipe the floor with almost any other pony car being mass-produced in the USA. John DeLorean had initially planned for the Banshee I to…

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Icon Variant Ghost Carbon Helmet

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Icon Variant Ghost Carbon Helmet one of the safest and most popular lids in the booming dual sport segment, it’s also proven to be popular with urban riders who want the benefits of a sun visor with a healthy dose styling reminiscent of Halo’s Master Chief. Icon submit all of their helmets to all major…

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Dodge 330 Lightweight Max Wedge

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The Dodge 330 Lightweight was developed by the iconic American automaker with a view to increasing their “competitive visibility”. The performance program was the brainchild of new company president Lynn Townsend, a man who had been working accounting books since early childhood in his father’s auto garage. He had become concerned by the lack of Dodge…

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Unibro Design V8 Lamp

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Unibro Design is a boutique company based in Austria that specialises in upcycling vintage car parts into designer furniture. This unique twin-lamp uses the polished aluminium rocker covers from a V8, with a body made from an injection pump, a part of an alternator, and a bespoke wooden base. Daniyel Ferahyan, the founder of Unibro Design, has…

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SIDI Arcadia Tex Motorcycle Boots

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The new SIDI Arcadia Tex Boots are a further addition to the Italian company’s street-moto wear line – gear that’s designed to be safe for motorcycling but to look almost indistinguishable from regular street gear. The Arcadia Tex Boots have a leather, suede, and Cordura upper, with reinforcements in the ankles, heel and toe provide…

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Documentary: One Leap Ahead

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One Leap Ahead is a documentary about Jaguar filmed in 1961 – a year that was significant, as it’s when the production of the E-Type began (known as the XKE in some markets). The film starts out with some wonderful footage of a pristine Mark II – nicknamed the “Gentleman’s Express” and popular with bank robbers…

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1946 Oldsmobile ICON Derelict Coupe

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The ICON Derelict series of cars are built by Jonathan Ward and his team in Los Angeles, California. Each Derelict has a patinated original body, with entirely modern underpinnings and a drivetrain that can out run the vast majority of modern motor cars. The donor car for this build was an original 1946 Oldsmobile that…

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