"Seen a fantastic car or bike out in the wild and want the world to see it? Use #influxstreetspots on Instagram.
Share what made you stop in your tracks. We want to see photos of cars, bikes, campers, anything on "
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In these days of brilliantly rendered, superbly realised Maranello supercars, it's somehow easy to forget that the prancing horse offered some beautiful, flawed classics before the Fiat corporation took full ownership of the brand of automotive "
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Ok, If we're talking about car culture and San Francisco, there's one thing that's impossible to ignore. Bullitt: Steve McQueen's famous opus that features that Fastback Mustang so beautifully, poetically and iconically.
Thing is, though we "
You can take you're Datsun Z cars. For us, the coolest motor rock the alphabet's last digit is Honda's sweet little kei-car. It was phased out all too quickly by the all-conquering and perennial Civic in 1973 - but for us "
"Win limited edition Influx artwork and an Influx pen with Street Spots
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 "
If you're at all interested in cars and motor racing, you probably caught the best edition of TG ever a few weeks ago: the one where Lewis Hamilton finally got to drive his hero Ayrton Senna's Mclaren MP4/4.
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"Before the 1960s, though, US drivers enjoyed a staple diet of sedans and station wagons, with little temptation. Then, fifty-five years ago, Jeep launched the tasty Wagoneer, which not only appealed to the more sophisticated and modern palate: it was "
"The beautiful things of the earth become more dear as they elude pursuit. Thomas Hardy.
Chris Baglin, the builder of the gorgeous Ducati Bevel, can remember exactly what it was that ignited the flame inside him that eventually led to "
"Our FOCUS for this edition is Pedro Dermaux
After finding very few pictures online of the race team he managed, Pedro Dermaux decided to give photography a go himself.
Influx: How did you get into photography?
Pedro Dermaux: "It all "