"It's not often we go all gooey over a bit of American Muscle.
But this slick, black on black edit of a 1970 Pontiac Firebird by an outfit called Allspeed Customs makes us go all weak at the knees.
According to "
Skateboarding and petrol head-ism are two cultural spheres that seldom cross over (apart perhaps from when prepubescent playstation skaters crash into that incredible Pontiac Firebird that macks it down mainstreet in Skate).
Interesting then, to see that legendary US skateborder "
It's not often we find ourselves drawn to a WLSR vehicle. But when we saw the 'Slug', the 1926 1000HP Sunbeam 'Mystery' at Beaulieu over the summer, we were stopped in our tracks.
It seems the renowned English carmaker, who we "
Sometimes a car stops you in its tracks through its sheer beauty. It happened this morning, and we had to share.
This latest aesthetic epiphany occurred in the midst of a discussion about whether or not Zagato had made any "
As you may have gathered we're McQueen geeks. We like to regularly share a dose of cultural artefacts that feature the great man - and by now we've worked lots of angles on the king of cool.
But for some "
Stumbled across a very nice little video from the nice folks at Hurst Racing Tires.
It seems the hand-made aesthetic has trickled down all the way to the consumption and production of traction. We've no idea how they might work, "
"If you haven't seen Richard Linklater's Oscar-winning film, Boyhood, yet, you should.
The film is brilliant - real achievement at many levels and for many reasons, but for members of this particular parish - the part played by the Pontiac "
"If you apply the successful siblings' theory to a pair of classic French hot hatches – then the Peugeot 205 GTI (1.9-litre of course) would be Michael Schumacher in his pomp, and its less successful brother, the 309 GTI would sadly be Ralf "
"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 "
"For every car that’s been made there will be a story, or two, to tell. From rolling off the production line to the fifth or sixth owner collecting the keys for the very first time. For decades, cars have "