I’m a sucker for any Brough Superior, but especially for one that held the speed record in the 1920′s and was affectionately nicknamed after Melville’s masterpiece. Unfortunately, the White Whale will set you back an estimated $425,000.
The earlier examples from MG and Austin Healey have arguably fallen to the wayside amongst Britain’s current crop of luxury vehicle makers, but for Roger Gisseman, his love of British cars dates back to his youth.
If you’re in New York City this weekend, don’t miss the 8th Annual Vintage Motorcycle Show hosted by our good friend Erik Green at Works Engineering in Brooklyn.
The Harley-Davidson Museum displays more than 450 motorcycles, but they have more in the Archives. It’s closed to the public, but not to you. Take a look inside…
Spend a week at the Bonneville Salt Flats with the Vincent Streamliner that’s gone 250 mph, but needs 350 mph to challenge the record.
These 50 year old motorcycle advertisements take us back to simpler times when Harley-Davidson sold cans of spray paint and the Sturgis Rally didn’t even have a logo.
Take an inside look at the car that graced the first cover of Motor Trend in 1949 and hit 142 mph at the inaugural Bonneville National Speed Trials.
This short documentary tells the story of the Harley-Davidson motorcycle featured in Captain America: The First Avenger.
Dustin Kott takes 1970’s era Honda CB series twins and inline fours and turns them into British inspired Cafe Racers. This short shows how he breathes new life into vintage machines.
Explore the life of a collector, artist and retired teacher and his history with a 40-year old Dodge Charger.