1956 BSA Gold Star

BSA Gold Star

The BSA Gold Star The BSA Gold Star was one of the most dominant motorcycles of its time, it raced not only on the asphalt, but on hillsides, flat tracks, beaches, California deserts, and even on small Pacific islands. At its core the Gold Star was a simple machine, but this is likely what gave…

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Scramble – A 1981 Motocross Film By Syd Pearman

Scramble - A 1981 Motocross Film By Syd Pearman

“Scramble” is a 1981 film about British motocross by talented amateur filmmaker Syd Pearman. The film offers a fantastic look into the world of weekend warrior motocross riders, including a personal favorite who arrives with his Suzuki loaded on its side in the back of his hatchback. There’s a good amount of racing footage despite…

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Boeing 747 Wheel Table by Plane Industries

Boeing 747 Wheel Table Plane Industries

This Boeing 747 Wheel Table by Plane Industries is more or less exactly what it says on the tin – it’s an authentic Boeing 747 alloy wheel that’s been meticulously rebuilt into what is undeniably one of the greatest coffee tables money can buy. Each wheel is sourced directly from the airline industry, wheels that…

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The Official Goodwood Festival of Speed 2018 Live Stream

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2018 Live Stream

The Goodwood Festival of Speed has grown to become one of the world’s pre-eminent motoring events. It’s a competitive hill climb held on the grounds of Goodwood House in West Sussex, England, and it’s been held annually since 1993. Goodwood – The History Goodwood House is up on a hillside above the historic Goodwood Circuit,…

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1955 Jaguar XK 140 Maurice Gomm Special

Jaguar XK 140 Maurice Gomm Special

The Jaguar XK 140 Maurice Gomm Special isn’t a car that you would think is in anyway related to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, the World Rally Championship winning Ford Escorts, the Le Mans winning GT40s, or 1960s-era Formula One and Can-Am cars. But it is. Maurice “Mo” Gomm Maurice “Mo” Gomm was one of the most respected…

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Short Film: Constructing a Car Engine In The 1930s

Constructing a Car Engine

This short film shows what went into building a car engine back in the 1930s, including casting, forging, machining, assembly, and testing. It’s a remarkable look back at how it was done before the robots took over, the amount of hand work required is impressive – as is the somewhat casual nature of the safety…

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