I've been on a journey with this bike, not one that allowed me to twist the throttle and tip it into a bend, but a journey of discovery as to what makes 'Fireball' tick and how it was put together. It's a journey that started with a love of the custom tank and over many hours grew to an appreciation of how a once failed attempt by a multi-national to do something new became a one off custom by a lone builder that blows away everything a billion dollar company attempted to achieve.
Behold the ultimate Lego kit: half of a Porsche 911 RSR! Over 380,000 bricks went into making half of this car, and it's one of the most detailed and wonderful Lego builds yet. Even the decals are there, lovingly recreated in the colorful little bricks. Note to self: if I lose the Porsche crest on my hood, there's always Lego. This one looks pretty good! ...
In recognition of our unionization, here are the ten cars that will surely be implemented into our lives and we'll be forced to live with forever, comrades.
With an estimated value of between $10,000 and $15,000 USD, this last-of-the-breed New York City Checker Taxi might just be the best value motor car at the upcoming Greenwich Concours d'Elegance Auction.
It was the last of the iconic Checker Cabs to be decommissioned in New York in 1999, over the course of its professional life it covered almost 1,000,000 miles and carried Jacqueline Onassis, Muhammad Ali, Elizabeth Arden, and Walter Cronkite.
The legendary styling of the Checker Taxi changed little over the model's 24 year lifespan, and its impossible for most people to tell the difference between the first generation which was released in 1958, and the final generation from 1982.
If ever I've seen a bike that looks like it could literally tear chunks out of the road this is it! Inspired by the motorcycles of Mad Max Fury Road this is the Officine GP Design "Untameable" MV Agusta Rivale. Last time we heard from the Pozatto brothers they'd just completed their Bomboogie GSX Scrambler and with this latest build their unique style is evolving beautifully...or should I say brutally? Matte finishes, extreme bodywork and battle ready aesthetics seem to be the GP Design par for the course and I'm loving it!