I’d love to know when this picture was taken, it’d probably be safe to guess mid to late 1950s but if you happen to know when, where or why, shoot us a message on Twitter here or Facebook here. It’s quite likely that it was on a promotional shoot before its introduction to the American market but as with many of these older images, it’s impossible to know for certain.
This is a cutaway of the now legendary #52 Mini Cooper S driven to victory at the 1965 Monte Carlo Rallye by the Timo Mäkinen / Paul Easter team. The variety seen in the field of cars that entered in ’65 was extraordinary, the second and third place finishers were Eugen Böhringer / Rolf Wütherich…
The Rad City tee by Scotch & Iron is one of their newer designs, as with all of their tees it’s printed on a high quality 4.3oz 60/40 polycotton blend and has an athletic fit. Scotch & Iron specialises in low-volume, limited edition designs, they’re based in the United States and they’re avid motorcyclists themselves….
This keychain knife sharpener designed by Tom Stokes is an order of magnitude more useful that that commemorative Boca Raton keychain you’ve been carrying around since 1996 – this one’ll sharpen any blade you slide through it and it also includes a flathead screwdriver, a small channel blade/cutter and a bottle opener.