Dainese Tan-Tan Boots – Classically-Styled Motorcycle Boots

Dainese Tan-Tan Boots

The new Dainese Tan-Tan boots are classically-styled motorcycle boots that can be worn as regular streetwear when needed. Dainese has its inspiration in 1960s England, where company founder Lino Dainese travelled from Italy with some friends – all riding Vespas. In London they encountered original cafe racer culture of the late ’50s and ’60s, including…

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Very Rare Survivor: A 1919 Indian Powerplus Board Track Racer – Los Angeles Speedway Veteran

Indian Board Track Racer

The Indian Powerplus V-twin powered the company’s board track racers to victories right across the country. The engine was significantly more advanced than the inlet-over-exhaust engines used in previous Indian motorcycles, with side valves and an eye-watering (for the time) rating of 16 hp. The mere suggestion that you could have 16 horsepower in a…

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Moto-Lita Mark Four Leather Rim Steering Wheel

Moto-Lita Mark Four Leather Rim Perforated Steering Wheel

The Moto-Lita Mark Four is a classically-styled leather rim steering wheel from the storied British company with an aluminum-alloy chassis, and characteristic circular cutaways in the arms to reduce weight. Moto-Lita has been a leading name in the world of high-end classic and vintage car steering wheels since the late 1950s. The company was founded…

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Vuvroom Classic Car Skateboard Decks / Wall Art – $60 USD

Vuvroom Skateboard Deck BMW 2002 Main

These classic car skateboard decks by Vuvroom were designed by Brian Dooley, an illustrator with a life-long affinity for vintage motoring. Dooley founded Vuvroom as a platform to create and sell his work as an independent artist. Dooley’s latest design is a series of three skateboard decks featuring an Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce,…

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A Rare 1967 Ford 427 ci SOHC “Cammer” V8 Engine

Ford 427 ci SOHC Cammer V8 Engine

  The Ford 427 ci SOHC “Cammer” V8 engine was nicknamed the “90 Day Wonder” by the team at Ford’s version of Area 51 – the X-Garage. The development timeline of the engine was exceedingly short, the mission brief was to develop a high-revving single overhead cam engine for use in NASCAR to take the…

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The Tot Rod – A Hot Rod For Kids

Tot Rods

This is the Tot Rod, a bespoke kid’s car designed as a miniature evocation of the ’32 Ford – often referred to as the Deuce and generally regarded as the single most important car in the decades long history of hot rods. Any parent will tell you that almost all modern children’s toys are built…

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