If you like your bikes customised, your tracks made of cinder and your girls in PVC and high heels - and of course you don't take these things OVER seriously - you could certainly do worse than to get yourself "
"photography Michael Fordham/influx
Harley Peters is 22 years old. But the car that is at the centre of his life has components that were manufactured before his granddad was born.
"It started with my old man really," he tells me "
"pics By Michael Fordham/Influx
Gary Inman, Dirt Quake organiser and editor, publisher and general kingpin of Sideburn Magazine told us a couple of years ago that he'd never do it again. We never believed him.
And as the fifth "
"It all began in 1975.
Like many trends in the motoring industry of that era, the 1973 oil crisis made demand for a small, light, efficient car that could claim the middle ground and make a new benchmark for BMW in terms "
"Few cars of the British mid-century boom time swaggered with as much blue collar ostentation as the Ford Zodiac.
Coming across like an over-promoted shop steward who sold out the masses with chrome - the Zodiac took its fins and "
"For the epitome of modern American Muscle you need look no further than the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.
There are a brace of these beasts caged in dark steel containers fast approaching our shores as we go to press. Their "
"On May 29 The Goob is due to hit cinemas.
What is the Goob? Not sure. We haven't seen the film yet.
But director Guy Myhill has assembled a cast of little known, striking looking actors and has focussed on our "
"If you're of a certain age, you'll remember the sight and sound of the powder blue invalid tricycles that were once a common sight on our roads and at our football stadia. But do you know the story behind them?
"The Aermacchi Harley Davidson Ala d’Oro is something of an enigma.
It’s an Italian bike with an American name that was honed to perfection by a British importer. It’s also a bike out of its time; one "
"By 1953, the United States had almost 1,000 nuclear bombs waiting to be dropped. The future of sports cars wasn’t at the top of Gen. Curtis LeMay’s priorities.
It’s the 1950s. In the hushed offices of the military leadership "
"The nice people at Influx suggested earlier this year that they wanted three films off us.
One on minibuses, one on bubblecars and one on car detailers. Trying to find an interesting angle on minibuses was tough I’ll be "