Those fake wood-veneer dashboards from cars that were created in the ’70s and ’80s for middle class families still appeal to me. It was a time when cars could be fixed by their owners and before the mass-acceptance of light beer. It was a golden age.
There’s something about a steam train hammering along the rails at full chat that evokes a sense of awe that you just don’t get with diesel or electric trains.
The Wool Car Coat by Schott is a long time Silodrome favourite, the cut of the coat, the materials used, the colours offered and the sheer timelessness of the design make it a wardrobe staple for the cooler months of autumn and winter.
The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 is still better known by its unofficial name, the Ferrari Daytona. This nickname was applied by motoring journalists after Ferrari’s 1-2-3 finish in the February 1967 24 Hours of Daytona, despite the popularity of the name it was never officially adopted by Ferrari, which is considered a bit of a PR…