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.
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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 "
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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 "
We stumbled across these very lovely images from the Rolls/Bentley brochure recently and were taken aback by the range of truly beautiful cars that were being produced in England at the time.
These wonderful cars were of course heading "
"1988, and the market for hot hatches is at its peak.
Hundreds of young, up-and-coming types are walking into dealerships flush with cash and ready to drop it all on something fast enough to thrill, but practical enough to carry all "
"Fastec Racing, based in Newmarket, is an engineering company which manufactures custom parts for everyone from race teams to Joe public. To promote their work (and because they live and breathe bikes) they have built a string of show bikes.
"The 2017 drag racing season was bittersweet for the Daddy Cool family drag racing team.
The year began with drag racer Dave “Sag” Southworth in hospital and diagnosed with terminal biliary duct cancer (cholangiocarcinoma). Knowing he had one more summer left, "
"In 2019 we're going to be showing more videos than ever before - and this time our social media followers get to choose what happens!
We're offering you the chance to help decide what a video will be about, and how "