Simpson M30 Bandit Carbon Helmet

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The Simpson M30 Bandit Carbon helmet is the modern version of the model that Simpson have been selling since the 1970s – though of course its been re-engineered from scratch to meet or exceed modern helmet safety standards. The carbon fibre shell is available in either a gloss or matte finish, the helmet is remarkably…

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Barn Find: 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Alloy

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Only one alloy-bodied road-going Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona was ever built, and for decades its whereabouts were largely unknown. Very few Ferrari historians even knew the car had been built, and those who did know of it and it’s location kept it a closely hidden secret, in the hopes they could convince its Japanese owner…

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

Christopher Ward C9 P2725 TM-B Limited Edition

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The C9 P2725 TM-B Limited Edition timepiece by Christopher Ward was designed to commemorate Flight Lieutenant Ray Holmes, a WWII Hurricane fighter pilot who famously crashed his plane into a German bomber that was targeting Buckingham Palace during the Battle of Britain on the 15th of September 1940. Holmes’ effort wasn’t in vain, he cut…

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1986 Gemballa Avalanche

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The Gemballa Avalanche is the car that helped launch Gemballa into the centre of the world stage for outrageous bespoke cars, often costing over $500,000 USD apiece in 1980s money – that’s well over $1,000,000 now. Founded by Uwe Gemballa in 1981, the German company was based near Porsche in Leonberg, Germany – just west of Stuttgart….

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1966 Shelby GT350 – Period SCCA Race Car

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The original Shelby Mustangs of 1965 and 1966 are known as the lightest and most uncompromising examples of the Carroll Shelby tuned pony car. Later year models would get heavier and more road oriented, but for those who wanted to race hard and stretch their sidewalls, the GT350 has always been a favorite. A Brief…

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The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

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The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle is essentially a french press designed to purify unreliable water into clean, safe drinking water. The filtration element uses electroabsorption, ultra-powdered activated carbon, and silver-treated zeolites to filter out 99.9999% of all viruses, bacteria, and protozoan cysts. It’s also effective at removing particulates like silt, sediment and heavy metals, and…

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Vibrazioni Ducati 749 Raticosa

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The Ducati 749 you see here is the work of Vibrazioni Art Design, a boutique design house started by Alberto Dassasso and Riccardo Zanobini – two Italians with a penchant for recycling old oil barrels into handmade furniture and occasionally handbuilt motorcycles.

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Saint Model 3014 Motorcycle Denim Jacket

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The Saint Model 3014 Technical Denim Jacket is designed for motorcyclists who want to stay safe, but not look like a low-budget Power Ranger cosplay enthusiast. The Model 3014 is made from Dyneema interwoven with denim, making it tough, lightweight, and breathable. Saint uses Dyneema UHMWPE fibers, which are stronger than steel yet float on water….

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Only One Ever Made: 1989 Ferrari 328 Conciso

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The Ferrari 328 Conciso is a bespoke one-off car built on the platform of the Ferrari 328 GTS. The new body was entirely shaped in aluminum alloy over a tubular steel frame to a design penned by famous German coachbuilder Bernd Michalak, his hope being that Ferrari could be convinced to produce a limited run…

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1967 Alfa Romeo Sprint GT Veloce

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Among the Alfa Romeo cognoscenti there are few cars as sacred as the Giorgetto Giugiaro designed “step nose” 105 series coupes of the mid-1960s. They get their nickname from the 1/4 inch gap between the leading edge of the hood and the nose, in Italy they call it the “scalino”, which translates literally to “step”….

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