The Citroën SM: Misunderstood yet Marvellous

The Ultimate Citroën "Grandes Routières" One of the greatest, if not the greatest of the post-war French luxury performance cars was the Facel Vega. It was a car that became legendary racing driver Sir Stirling Moss's favorite and for good reason. It provided a combination of V8 performance with decent handling and an interior decor that ...

Revivaler T Shirts

Revivaler was created back in 2014 as a site that would be a haven for people who love guns, classic cars, motorcycles, planes and trains and all those sorts of things. We made it to be a site where we focus on the most interesting stuff we can find to make the reading just plain ...

Model T Ford Custom Fun Car

On his YouTube Channel American shooting video maker "hickock45" ends every video with the exortation "Life is good": and we make life good by making good choices. Just like most of us who have shooting and hunting as our hobby do it for the enjoyment we get out of it, so when we are wanting ...

MG SA Saloon

One of the Last "Real Cars" Ever Made For a diehard classic MG enthusiast the MG SA might be described as one of the last "real cars" made. Let me elucidate with a short story of love, family and democracy. Back in the late 1960's one of my friends was a classic car aficionado who owned ...

Humber Heavy Utility

Introduction In the lead up to both the first and second world wars the British Government and the British press seem to have been reluctant to accept the fairly obvious circumstances that pointed to the inevitability of a major war. Many ordinary men and women on the street could see things as they really were and ...

Pierce Arrow Four Motorcycle

It Began With a Gilded Cage and the Bicycle Craze You've no doubt heard of the song "Only a bird in a guilded cage..." and the manufacture of delicate guilded cages was the way the Heinz, Pierce and Munschauer company began business in the wake of the Civil War in 1865. The company became well known ...

Brough Superior Mark 1

The Brough Superior and the Brough "Inferior" George Brough's father, William Edward Brough, was a motorcycle aficionado and was a knowledgeable and respected maker of motorcycles, so young George Brough grew up involved in his father's business acquiring the knowledge, skills and contacts of someone very much a part of the motorcycle manufacturing trade. George started ...

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