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It's been a while since we considered the Ferrari Enzo. Named after the founding father of the prancing horse himself, it was always one of those cars destined to attain mythic status.
With only 400 units "
With all the ever-continuing controversy about whether or not the Bernie's F1 circus will condescend to touch down in the great United States next year, it's easy to forget that in the 1960s American driver Dan Gurney - as well "
Photography by Shelly Mosman
The 900 GTS from the end of the seventies, with its stripped down lightweight aspect helped hugely by the structural rigidity afforded by its engine, is one of the great Ducatis of the era.
This particular one "
"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 "
American photographer William Eggleston was the first artist who used colour photography to be accepted as a 'serious' artist by the Art Establishment.
His coolly abstracted lens was taken up wholeheartedly by film makers like Gus Van Sant , Wim Wenders "
We've been known to drop a line or two about the beauty inherent in the whole idea of a shooting brake. As a gentleman's sporty wagon in fact, the whole concept is an elegant, prescient echo of the much maligned "
"In 1971 my dad bought an old car for £150, and it changed my life.
The car was a Bristol 401, a 16-foot long, slippery bodied, hand made aluminum grand tourer with push button doors and a cocoon like leather and wood interior.
"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 "
"It wasn’t any of his five world titles.
It wasn’t having a statue of himself unveiled in his hometown of Tranas. Nor was it having his sport’s World Cup trophy named after him.
Those incredible accolades may "
"In 1962 a very swift breadvan competed at Le Mans.
It was unofficial in many ways. It wasn't raced by Ferrari, the company which built the 250 GT on which it was based, and it wasn't actually called a breadvan by the "