"Of all the testosterone-heavy GT cars of the late sixties and early seventies, none are as heavily swinging with male swagger as the Iso Grifo.
In its various lovely manifestations from the mid sixties through 'til the brand's demise in 1974, "
"We've never been Harley Heads here at Influx towers.
That thumping noise. That vibration. That rough build quality.
But of late we've been perving over Harley's vaguely caffed-out seventies lowrider the XLCR 1000.
Nods to cafe racer styling aside, it was "
"The entry in the Los Angeles Times on June 6th 1987 read thus:
“Dean Moon, a drag racing pioneer and speed equipment manufacturer from Whittier, died Thursday at the La Hambra Convalescent Hospital of complications of a lengthy illness. He was 60.”
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