It's been a while since we posted some pictures of our Steve. We like to collect a few relative rarities and save them up to share. And, we don't think we've come across this half dozen.
We didn't know, "
"Who loves ya baby?!
Anyone bought up with long, boring Sunday afternoons in the 1970s will recognise those four little words instantly.
TV cop Kojak's catchphrase wasn't the only reason for the shows enduring appeal. Hollywood tough guy Telly Savalas's "
"A quick survey of the Influx editorial archives will confirm our interest in, and coverage of, the great Continental European coachbuilders such as Pininfarina.
And rightly so. It’s worth remembering though that Britain was once home to a good "
"We asked Anthony of Pembrokeshire Classics to name a small fistful of vintage motorcycles that would take pride of place in any aficionado's dream garage. Not that he doesn't have one of those already.
BSA Gold Star
BSA's original Gold "
"The death of the British car industry has been greatly exaggerated.
All over these islands there are highly skilled engineers creating superbly imagined, beautifully realised pieces of machinery. Some you will have heard of, others you won't have.
The British "
image via Lapoularde
It's pretty obvious to anyone who has turned even half an analytic eye on bike culture that On Any Sunday is one of the most interesting, and certainly the most beautiful, films on bike culture that was "
Pic: Classic Driver
We've been interested in the rare breed that is the shooting brake for a while now. We love the long, low two door format, here with integrated lateral lines and that panache of all early Lamborghini.
"Think rotary engine, and it is more than likely the Mazda name that first springs to mind. While several models in its history utilised such engines, it is the RX-7 that enjoys the most famous relationship.
The first-generation car made "
"It’s early spring in the East End of London. Gemma Harrison kicks the starter on her Triumph custom. At her side Namin Cho and Mai Storni, who give their own engines a chest rattling roar before tearing off towards "
"Ploughing through a stack of boxes to escape the bad guys, endless drifting through a car park, angering a fist-shaking market stall owner in pursuit of an escaping criminal; that’s the stunt driving dream.
For a lot of people "
"Damp earth and wet air and grey, grey sky. Snaking around in ribbons of concrete and asphalt, Rockingham Motor Speedway sits in a squelching, biting mass of British springtime. Stand for a second and the cold set to work, up "