Uruguayan Garage Find – An $85,000 USD 1914 Indian 8-Valve Board Track Racer

Indian 8-Valve Twin Board Track Racer Fuel Tank

The Indian 8-Valve board track racer was one of the first factory built superbikes, it was released in 1911 with an advanced-for-the-era V-twin featuring four overhead valves per cylinder, powering a clutch-gear-chain drive system similar to that used on almost all modern motorcycles. The Indian 8-Valve Board Track Racer The 8-valve V-twin was developed by…

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Short Film: John Anthony Reviews The BMW 2002 In 1973

John Anthony Reviews The BMW 2002 In 1973

This short film clip from the former British motoring television show “Drive In” was only very recently uploaded by Thames TV. It offers a fascinating look into the motoring world of the 1970s and an interesting look back at the BMW 2002, a car that’s now remembered as one of the most important ever made…

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Steyr-Daimler-Puch Pinzgauer 710M 4×4 All-Terrain Vehicle

Steyr-Daimler-Puch Pinzgauer 4x4 Front

The Steyr-Daimler-Puch Pinzgauer is renowned as one of the toughest and most capable off-road vehicles of its time, particularly among the military service members who used them extensively on deployment. The Steyr-Daimler-Puch Pinzgauer Engineers at Steyr-Daimler-Puch developed the Pinzgauer in the late 1960s as the off-road military transport solution for the future. They left almost no…

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An Original Soviet Military-Specification Dnepr KMZ MV-750

Dnepr KMZ MV-750 Main

The Dnepr KMZ MV-750 is the heavily modified Soviet-Ukrainian variant of the popular Soviet-era version of the WWII-era BMW R71 sidecar motorcycle. Most of the Soviet R71 motorcycle production took place over in the mountains at IMZ-Ural or Irbitskiy Mototsikletniy Zavod in Irbit, Russia after production had been moved away from Moscow to secure the…

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