"El Solitario have come up with a lovely way to relieve you of (quite a lot of) your hard earned.
It's called the Bonneville Red Selvedge Denim Coverall.
Built for the sort of folk for whom greasy labour is truly "
With the Paris car show looming in the headlights, we thought it timely to devote a daily post to our occasional study of automotive marketing.
One the the great and enduring perennials of any car industry event is, of course, "
"The Maserati Ghibli is one of the finest car designs ever to flow from the pen of Giorgetto Giugiaro (see our feature on Giugiaro on page 20 of influx issue 6). Powered by a V8 mounted up front, the car came with "
On our webly wanders recently we stumbled across some absolute proof positive that rubbernecking isn't the modern phenomenon that it has been supposed to be.
These shots, scalped from the Boston Public Library Archive (Via one of our fave blogs "
"An unmissable date for anyone vaguely interested in motorbikes is the forthcoming Bike Shed event in London.
These good peeps are following up there successful early summer do – where they showcased a lovely edit of some of the best pro "
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A skyrocketing star need a killer car.
And over the years various shots of legends of music, screen and stage have been photographed with their ride of choice. Each has added something to each's image.
"Hold off on the anger, or excitement, as this 911 rethink comes from the pen of Pasadena design student and not from a Porsche employee.
Turkish designer Ege Arguden does know his way around a German design department though, having done "
"What do you think is the ongoing appeal of speedway as a motorsport?
The speed and the danger aspect are ever-present as part of its appeal, but one of the sport’s greatest assets is being able to see the "
To say that Vic Elford raced a 911 for the Porsche works rally team is to miss the point.
For it was Vic Elford who, pretty much single-handedly, created the Porsche works rally team!
So how did an English bloke who "
"Think Porsches in films. There must be loads right? But try to bring them to mind, or worse put them on paper, and suddenly they seem thin on the celluloid ground.
Easily the most memorable is not a 911 but its "