We stumbled across these very lovely images from the Rolls/Bentley brochure recently and were taken aback by the range of truly beautiful cars that were being produced in England at the time.
These wonderful cars were of course heading "
"Japanese cars aren’t supposed to be beautiful are they? They’re meant to be functional and affordable, the sort of machines that have been designed and built by scientists and doctors rather than artists. 50 years ago there was a "
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If you've ever been in the lucky position to see a Type 33 Stradale in the flesh, then you'll know what we mean when we assert that this just might be the most beautiful car "
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Have you spotted a rare, eye-catching car or bike out on the road and want to share? Fancy showing off your amateur photography skills and getting your snaps "
"In the late 80's the youth of Ireland had a narrow escape when Stephen Davison gave up his plans to become a school teacher. "I would have been a crap school teacher- I was only interested in the steady money "
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With the great weekend at la Circuit La Sarthe almost upon us there's little we'd love to do more than pull up the deep buttoned man- chair up close to the "
"Way back in 1987, the very apex of exhibitionist, greed-is-good, me first Capitalism I bought a car.
It should have been a Golf or Peugeot 205 GTi or even a BMW 3 Series shouldn’t it? It was actually a tatty 1975 Vauxhall Viva "
"Indian Motorcycles are a legend amongst the biking fraternity and held in high esteem. The modern motorcycles they are now producing maintain the history of the company and have become as desirable as their predecessors.
Before I talk about the "
"When you think of famous Premier League footballers and their treasure trove of fast and rare cars you don’t tend to think the vehicles they cherish the most might actually be… erm, the humble minivan.
But that’s the "
In recent years we've seen that phrase banded around quite a lot. It's a broad and annoying term that most petrol heads will have heard - or dare we say, maybe even uttered at one point or another during "