"All images courtesy RM Auctions
Of all the many beautiful Ferraris of the sixties, it's hard to pick a favourite. There was something so individual and unique about each of the cars that were made in Maranello in that golden "
Somewhere out there is a world where speed is just speed and cars are just cars. But I don't live in a world where that is true.
Sometimes here at Influx towers we can twist ourselves into contortions trying to "
"It had a tortoise as a logo, a 5.4 Litre Chevy V8 and one of the greatest automotive pensmen of the 20th century as a designer.
Still, you probably won't have spotted many Gordon Keeble cars on the streets. Only 99 of "
It never ceases to cheer us up to see look at the gorgeous lines of the Alfa Romeo Montreal, which was penned by Lamborghini Muira designer Marcello Gandini whilst working at the Bertone Carrozzeria toward the end of the sixties.
We at Influx towers are always looking at interesting ways of presenting stories of people and their cars.
And in the daily hunt for things that inspire us, we recently stumbled upon Joe Goode's simple but lovely way of presenting "
It's a bit of a cliché to say that cars are often the stars of many a movie.
But sometimes its not the tyre smoking rubber-laying car-chase moments through cinematic streets that are the lasting impressions.
"Our 2019 Calendar car for March was Mark's incredible and beautiful brute - the Ford Mustang Mach 1.
"I was fortunate enough to have a mid-career break back in 2010 and always wanted to restore a classic." He says. "This 1972 Ford Mustang Mach 1 "
"Here in the UK, we are pretty lucky to be blessed with some awesome pockets of custom bike enthusiasts scattered across our beautiful country, but we’re not so blessed in the way of bike shows and I can’t "
"The National Speedway Museum at Broxbourne is a surprising place. Set within Paradise Wildlife Park, a colourful animal sanctuary and family entertainment centre in the pretty countryside of Hertfordshire, there’s little to hint at the textured treasure trove that "
"For most of us, the concept of going flat out on a motorcycle is pushing to overtake on a straight bit of road, or opening the bike up during a track day. But the reality is almost incomprehensible to us "