Motorcycle sidecar racing is one of the most extreme motor-sport events I’ve ever encountered. I can’t imagine the guts it must take to be the guy hanging off the side into every turn, with total faith in the chap holding the handlebars.
This 1968 Toyota 2000GT is one of the best preserved examples of the exceedingly rare Japanese classic that we’ve ever come across and fortunately for us, it’s had a full portfolio of professional photographs taken as it’s heading to the auction block next month.
Renard Motorcycles was founded in 1938 in Estonia, the company was successful throughout much of WWII until an airstrike destroyed the company factory in 1944.
When it comes to project cars, you’ll be hard pressed find one more promising than this 1963 Aston Martin DB4 ‘Series V’ Vantage. In some respects, the ‘Series V’ Vantage was actually the beta version of the DB5 – the styling was carried over almost unchanged – which leads many people (including me on occasion) to confuse the DB4 Series ‘V’ with the DB5.