Introducing the Beer Moth, All in One Truck and House

If you’ve got a 1956 Conmer Q4 fire service truck just sitting around in your driveway, you could throw on a new coat of paint and call it a day. Then again, you could do what Walter Micklethwait did and convert it into a fully functional living space complete with oak floors, Victorian double bed and kitchen.


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Jaguar’s Project C-X75, The Future of Supercars

Another plug-in hybrid supercar? That’s right. Jaguar has an answer for the BMW i8 Spyder in the form of the C-X75. It’s a two-seat, concept car that produces an astounding 778 horsepower through four electric motors, each of which drives one of the four wheels, capable of doing 205 mph and 0-60 MPH in 3.4 seconds.

What You Missed at the Hippy Killer Hoedown

There are a ton of amazing events happening all the time now that spring is here. Unfortunately we can’t make it to all of them. The Hippy Killer Hoedown was one we had to miss, but it looked like an amazing time, packed with amazing vintage hot rods and wild custom motorcycles. Also, they had a van with a mustache.

Ford’s New Police Interceptors

The Ford Crown Victoria is being retired after 20 years as one of the most iconic police vehicles. See what will take their place patrolling America’s highways.

Take a Closer Look at Nissan’s DeltaWing

Nissan has announced their partnership with the DeltaWing project, which sees the most innovative race car for (several) generations compete in this year’s Le Mans 24 hours. Take a closer look at the future of racing with these photos of what could pass for a Batmobile.

Motorcycle Madness at Daytona, 1948

In 1948, LIFE magazine covered the Daytona 200 at Daytona Beach and reported in its April issue, that “for four days last month the resort city of Daytona Beach could hardly have been noisier or in more danger if it had been under bombardment.” Here are some rarely seen photos of a weekend that thrilled racing fans.

Solvang Vintage Motorcycle Museum, Volume One

Solvang is only a few hours north of Los Angeles, but reminds me of Napa. It’s outrageously gorgeous and also home to one of the most spectacular collections of motorcycles I’ve ever stumbled across.

Harley-Davidson XL883L Seventy-Two

Harley-Davidson reveals the latest in the iconic Sportster line, the new Seventy-Two. Carrying an eye catching metal flake, candy red paint job on the pin striped tins, and accented with chrome cases and whitewall tires, it’s a respectful nod to the era of 1970s customs.

Harley-Davidson FLS Softail Slim

The latest Harley-Davidson Softail pays tribute to the bare bones, all-business motorcycles of the 1950s bobber scene. The Slim brings the proportions of the Softail back in line and makes the engine the focal point of the bike once again.