The Chrysler Valiant Charger or just “The Charger” in Australia and New Zealand is a muscle car introduced in 1971 by Chrysler Australia.
I still remember seeing the Lotus Esprit in The Spy Who Loved Me when I was a child, the car looked unlike anything I’d ever seen and I swore to myself then and there that I’d get one when I grew up.
This Rolls-Royce Phantom III Aero Coupe is a bespoke, one off design inspired by a 1935 art-deco illustration by J. Jortovic and published in Road & Track Magazine.
Meet the Reliant Rugged Robin, it’s an original Robin that’s been pulled to bits and rebuilt A-Team style. The matte green little beast has tank tracks fitted at the rear as well as a Browning .50 cal machine gun…
Benjamin Knapp Voith is a staggeringly talented automotive designer, he spent 8 months working on this car, the “Bentley Barnato Roadster” and the attention to detail is self-evident.
This 1968 Chevrolet L-88 Corvette is considered by many Corvette aficionados to be the most victorious racing Corvette in history
This photograph was taken on August 25th, 1923 in Montgomery County, Maryland at the Rockville Auto Races. It’s a beautifully composed image and the photographer’s use of depth of field here is perfect, giving the picture an almost tilt-shift feel.
This captivating photograph of Bob Burman and his Blitzen Benz always makes me stop and pause for a moment, I still contend that it’s one of the best photographs I’ve ever seen.
The Blastolene Indy Special is one of those motor vehicles that makes me wish I knew where to find M47 Patton tank engines. The car was built by the team at Blastolene…
The 1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III Convertible is one of those cars that I can’t help but love, it’s widely regarded as the largest unibody car ever made and at 229 inches (5,817 mm) long and 80.1 inches (2,035 mm) wide, it’s hard to imagine anyone making anything bigger (other than a Lexington class aircraft carrier).
In my heart of hearts I don’t think that Datsun should have changed their name to Nissan, the name Datsun evokes so much racing heritage it seems a shame to have lost it all.
Max Huber was one of the most iconic graphic designers of the 20th century, I’ve always been particularly fascinated with his automotive work.