The Glasspar G2 – The First Fibreglass-Bodied Production Car

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The Glasspar G2 is considered by many automotive historians to be the first production car with a fibreglass body, it was a major contributing factor behind the surge in popularity of fibreglass-bodied vehicles in the United States in the 1950s and beyond – resulting in iconic cars like the Chevrolet Corvette, the Meyers Manx, and the…

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Roland Sands Mojave Boots – Daily Wearable Motorcycle Boots

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The Roland Sands Mojave Boots have become best sellers since they were introduced a few years ago, they were developed from a blank slate to offer two primary functions – genuine daily wearable comfort, and all of the safety features you’d expect from a motorcycle boot. The team at Roland Sands Design started out with…

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1990 Riva Ferrari 32 – A Ferrari Testarossa For The Sea

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The Riva Ferrari 32 was jointly developed by the two Italian companies in the late 1980s as a water-borne equivalent to the Ferrari Testarossa. The boat has the famous side strakes of the iconic ’80s supercar as well as a similar tail end, prominent Ferrari badging, and the bright red Rosso Corsa paintwork we all…

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The Incredible Art of Jean-Yves Delitte

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Jean-Yves Delitte is an artist who started out working for the famous and much beloved Tintin series of comics, he paired with writer Philippe Richelle on the Donnington series of comics in the Tintin universe that started in 1984. Over the next few years Jean-Yves worked with a series of writers to create the graphic novels…

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Tamiya Mercedes-Benz Unimog 425 1:10 Scale RC Model

Mercedes-Benz Unimog 425 4x4 Tamiya RC Model

This Tamiya Mercedes-Benz Unimog 425 is a 1:10th scale RC model with a 4×4 chassis, a lockable rear differential, transparent windows, a snorkel, and a set of large, chunky off-road tires. The Unimog The original Unimog was developed in the years after WW2 as an agricultural 4×4 with a power take off like a tractor,…

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1961 Bedford CA Dormobile – The Iconic British Camper

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The Bedford CA Dormobile camper provided thousands of middle class British families with their own mobile holiday homes in the 1950s and ’60s. Campers and caravans would flood the British motorways during the summer holidays, much to the chagrin of regular motorists. Holidaymakers would head north, east, south, and west – some to the coast…

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