Restoring The 10-Litre FIAT S61

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The FIAT S61 was astonishingly advanced for its time, it was designed and built in 1908 with a 10 litre (589 cubic inch), 4-cylinder engine, a single overhead cam, 4 valves per cylinder, 4 spark plugs per cylinder, and approximately 130 bhp. Just five were built in 1908 for the FIAT Racing Team, and some…

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The Rare Toyota 2000GT

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The Toyota 2000GT The Toyota 2000GT was actually built by Yamaha, and it was originally intended to have Nissan badges. It’s a Japanese sports car not widely known outside the classic car world, but its fame has been increasing in recent years in lock-step with its value, now making the Toyota 2000GT the most expensive and…

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Motoped® Pro

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The Motoped® Pro The Motoped® Pro is the halfway point between a motocross bike and a downhill mountain bike – with the best characteristics of each, and very few drawbacks. Many countries (and US states) will allow motorized bicycles on the street with engine sizes up to 49cc, but once you creep over this capacity you…

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Scooter Headlight Desk Lamp

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This desk lamp is made from a vintage scooter headlight, and a chrome 1960s-era photography tripod. It’s the work of The Modern Weld a boutique company that combines a love for interior design with a passion for vintage motorcycles. The team discovered a new-old-stock scooter headlight being sold as part of a warehouse closure, they…

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1973 Range Rover Classic

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The Range Rover was first introduced in 1970 to a worldwide audience who weren’t sure what to make of it. Up until then, 4x4s had mostly been utilitarian affairs that were only slightly softened versions of the WWII Willys Jeep. The Land Rover The original Land Rover had been one of the first post-WWII civilian…

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The Extra Mile – Delicious Alternatives To Motorway Services

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The Extra Mile – Delicious Alternatives To Motorway Services is a new book that’ll revolutionize your road trips in the UK. It’s a guide to all the character-filled farm shops, independent cafes, cosy pubs, and quirky attractions 15 minutes or less off the main motorways – meaning you’ll never have to eat soggy KFC at…

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1958 Fiberfab Centurion Corvette

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It’s thought that only five or so examples of the Centurion Corvette were built in the mid-1960s until General Motors forced Fiberfab to stop construction – either for IP infringement or because the founder of Fiberfab, Warren “Bud” Goodwin, was convicted of voluntary manslaughter in the killing of his wife who he had discovered in…

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365 Snowboarding + Motorcycle Jacket

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The 365 Protective Jacket by Crave For Ride was developed as the world’s first combined motorcycle and snowboarding jacket – allowing wearers to arrive at the mountain on their bike, spend the day on the slopes, and then ride home – all wearing the one jacket. The jacket has an outer shell of highly-breathable waxed…

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Steve McQueen’s Pope Model K Motorcycle

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Steve McQueen was a noted collector of both motorcycles and cars, his untimely death in 1980 left behind a trove of remarkable machines including the beautiful 1914 Pope Model K you see here. A Brief History of the Pope Manufacturing Company Although they’re now best remembered for their advanced (for the era) motorcycle designs, the…

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Ellaspede Road Gloves

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Ellaspede’s Road Gloves were developed by the Australian company over an 18 month period, subject to over 10,000 kms of road use, and multiple design tweaks to get them just right. Most gloves are designed to look good on the rack so you’ll buy them, but Ellaspede designed these to work well as a first…

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North Georgia Whiskey + Moonshine Still

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The North Georgia Still Company prides themselves on making world class copper stills using traditional techniques. They use 100% American copper, and they ship all their moonshine and whiskey making gear out in plain brown boxes – so the boys in blue and the nosey neighbors don’t know you’re turning to a life of bootlegging…

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1957 Catalina Grand Prix Motorcycle Race

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The Catalina Grand Prix was a motorcycle race held annually between 1950 and 1958 on the island of Santa Catalina off the coast of Los Angeles. The races were hotly contested, and the rules that governed races on the mainland didn’t apply – meaning it was a hotbed of race testing with cutting edge parts fitted to…

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