An Italian-American Supercar – The De Tomaso Pantera GT5

De Tomaso Pantera GT5 Back

The De Tomaso Pantera GT5 was, in some respects, the blue-collar version of the Lamborghini Countach. Both cars featured a sweeping wedge-shaped profile, big wings, flared wheel aches, roaring engines and more horsepower than half a dozen family sedans. When new, the Countach cost over $100,000 (in 1980s money) and required a king’s ransom in…

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Biltwell Overland 2.0 Goggles – Retro Goggles With Modern Technology

Biltwell Overland 2.0 Goggles

The Biltwell Overland 2.0 Goggles are the new-and-improved version of the much loved first generation Overland goggles. The team at Biltwell have developed an all-new injection-molded polyurethane frame that’s 10% smaller than its predecessor, whilst still using the same wide-periphery, injection molded polycarbonate lens. This allows wearers more room to fit the goggles into the…

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The Iron & Air x Rancourt & Co. Traveller Boot

Iron And Air Rancourt Manufacture 2 450x330 - The Iron & Air x Rancourt & Co. Traveller Boot

The Iron & Air x Rancourt & Co. Traveller Boot is a motorcycle boot with discrete protection in the ankle and toe cap, but styling that makes it indistinguishable from regular Rancourt street boots. Rancourt was founded in 1967 in Lewiston, Maine by David Rancourt. Shortly thereafter his eldest son Micheal joined him and the…

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The Art of Adam Ambro

Art of Adam Ambro Porsche 911 Main

Adam Ambro is an architect based in Golden, Colorado, with a passion for both art and cars. His day job keeps him busy, and in 2013 he won the AIA Denver Young Architect of the Year Award, followed in 2014 with him being named an Engineering News Record Mountain States Top 20 Under 40 Professional….

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Racing Documentary: The Seven Second Love Affair

Rick Stewart Drag Racing Seven Second

The Seven Second Love Affair is a documentary that follows the trials and tribulations of one of the most likable (and successful) men from the golden era of American drag racing – Rick “The Iceman” Stewart. If you’ve seen the iconic Bruce Brown documentary On Any Sunday you’ll probably see a parallel between the two…

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Award-Winning Restoration – 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda

Plymouth Hemi Cuda

The Plymouth Hemi Cuda is now recognised as one of the most collectible of the original generation of muscle cars, it was first offered in 1970, but due to its significant cost increase over the other Cudas it sold in relatively limited numbers. Plymouth charged a $871 premium for the Hemi 426 V8 option –…

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1 of 404: An Original 1968 Shelby GT350 Mustang Convertible

Shelby GT350 Convertible Front

The 1968 iteration of the Shelby GT350 Mustang benefitted from a relocation of the production line from the California-based Shelby factory to the larger and more modern Ford plant in Ionia, Michigan. The advantage of this move was that 1968 and onward Shelby Mustangs tended to have overall better build quality, though purists do often…

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Dragster Drivers By Photographer Benedict Redgrove + INK

Dragster Drivers By Photographer Benedict Redgrove

This series of photographs by Benedict Redgrove showcases vintage safety gear worn by drag racing drivers, borrowed for the photoshoot from the world famous Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing. Drag Racing is one of the most dangerous forms of motorsport, in fact if measured in fatalities per mile, it’s possibly the single most dangerous…

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