Now why an elephant would want to go to Earl’s Court rather than Piccadilly Circus is anyone’s guess.
This early-70s photograph shows Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger in the saddle of a beautiful, green Honda CB350.
Bob Dylan spent much of the mid-60s on his beloved Triumph Tiger 100SS on the roads near his home in Woodstock, New York.
Truly great men don’t come a long very often, we lost a great one today.
This exceedingly old photograph shows a group of Russian Gendarmes in Moscow around 1890, the chap in the middle of the frame is sitting atop what is quite clearly a Penny-farthing designed for use on the railway lines.
This brilliant photograph shows Jimmy Clark sitting in a beautiful old Model T Sprint Car, the purpose of the picture was to…
The Model T Ford was a revolution, it was the first affordable car ever made and it democratised automobile ownership around the world.
The Fraser Nash-BMW 319 Roadster had remarkable performance by 1935 standards, the 55 hp, 1,911 cc OHC six-cylinder, was fitted with 3 Solex carburettors…
The Series 1 Land Rover is still one of the most capable 4x4s ever made, it may not have traction control, independent suspension or any fancy buttons but it did have extraordinary lightness. Although perhaps Kam’s Land Rover wouldn’t be so light with it’s driver onboard.
This photograph from 1965 shows Sellers with his much loved Ferrari 275GTB…
This photograph of the USS Akron under construction looks beautiful, the really captivating element of the picture has to be the men standing at the very tops of those extraordinary ladders attached to what look like horsedrawn carts.
During an interview many years ago, famous racing driver Mario Andretti was quoted as saying “Paul Newman was one of us”. That’s a hell of an accolade from one of the greatest racing drivers in history. He wasn’t wrong though.