Aston Martin DB4

Aston Martin DB4

The Aston Martin DB4 was the car that would set the course for iconic British automaker over the decades that followed. It was the first Aston with the Carrozzeria Touring designed Superleggera bodywork – a lightweight aluminium body shell with a steel supporting substructure and chassis. Although Carrozzeria Touring is based in Milan, the body was…

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A Brief Guide To Honda Scramblers

a brief

Of all of the big four Japanese motorcycle manufacturers, it is perhaps Honda that is the most closely associated with the scrambler genre – they were building scramblers from the mid-to-late 1960s with much success in Japan, North America and Europe.

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

Alfa Romeo 1900C Sprint Supergioiello

Alfa Romeo 1900C Sprint Supergioiello 5

The Alfa Romeo 1900C was introduced in 1951 as the coupe version of the four-door Alfa Romeo 1900, the addition of the C in the name wasn’t for coupe as many assume, but for corto – the Italian word for short. The 1900 model series was the first new Alfa Romeo to be built after…

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Triumph Street Twin Custom

Triumph Street Twin

The new Triumph Street Twin was introduced in late 2015 to much interest from the public and motoring media, although technically the new 1200cc Triumph Bonneville was listed as the successor to the outgoing 898cc Bonneville – it’s the Street Twin that’s the most similar in size and performance. The original “new” Bonneville first released…

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REV’IT! Recon Jeans

REV'IT! Recon Jeans

The new REV’IT! Recon Jeans have been designed for use by motorcyclists who do both urban and occasional distance/adventure riding. The front zippered pockets on the thighs are for stashing maps, smartphones, and whatever else you need quick access to. The Recon Jeans also have standard front and rear pockets, 3M Scotchlite reflection in the…

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Dino 246GT

Ferrari Dino 246GT

The Dino series produced by Ferrari between 1968 and 1976 was developed as a direct competitor to the Porsche 911 – the German sports car had been a hugely successful model for Porsche and Enzo Ferrari realised that he could enter the same market segment if he had a smaller-engined car built to a similar…

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Ain’t No Sissy Leather Jacket by Black Arrow

Ain't No Sissy Leather Jacket by Black Arrow

Black Arrow is an Australian motorcycle gear company that was founded to provide a equipment specifically for female motorcyclists. Each of their jackets and other products have been developed to fit the female form, rather than as a female version of a pre-existing men’s product. The Ain’t No Sissy Leather Jacket you see here has a…

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Opel Kadett Car-A-Van

Opel Kadett 1000 Caravan

The Opel Kadett Car-A-Van was produced between 1962 and 1965 along with the rest of the Opel Kadett sub-models as the all-new competitor for the ageing Volkswagen Beetle – a car that had been utterly dominant in the German market for 20 years by the mid-1960s. In almost every measurable way it was a significant…

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Auto Icon Screen Print Series

Mustang-Red_Framed

Auto Icon Screen Print Series is a line of artworks by Jerome Daksiewicz featuring the front or rear outlines of some of the most important and iconic cars to ever take to the road. Each print measures in at 18″ x 24″ and they’re printed on Blacktop 100# Construction Cover by the French Paper Co….

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Top 5 Vintage Motorcycles On eBay This Week

Top 5 Vintage Motorcycles On eBay This Week

I stumbled across a couple of personal favourites this week including a pristine BMW R90S and a Honda XL250R that looks like it’d be the perfect weekend trail-basher.

Each week I pick out a personal favourite and this week was a little more challenging than most, the Honda and the Yamaha both look like a lot of fun, but the Harley would be an excellent investment and the Triumph would get the most attention.

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Clockwork Tinplate Toy Cars

Clockwork Tinplate Toy Cars

Clockwork tinplate toy cars were about as close as boys and girls could get to the real thing in the early 20th century, they contain a coil spring that winds up when the car is reversed – and then rapidly unwinds once it’s released. The same basic mechanism is still used on countless toy cars…

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