1965 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible

1965 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible

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It’s one of the prettiest Aston Martin DB5’s I’ve ever seen, but they want a cool million pounds sterling for it – and one could buy a rather nice house for that – but it remains…

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Beretta “Silver Sable” Double Rifles

Beretta “Silver Sable” Double Rifles

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Although a top grade London double rifle will be out of reach for the majority of enthusiasts there are some nice double rifles that are within reach, and one of these is the Beretta Silver Sable….

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Keith Richard’s “Blue Lena” 1965 Bentley S3 Continental Flying Spur Sports Saloon

Keith Richard’s “Blue Lena” 1965 Bentley S3 Continental Flying Spur Sports Saloon

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Rock and Roll stars are not typically people who lovingly cherish their cars. And this was true of Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones in his ownership of his 1965 Bentley S3 Continental Flying Spur Sports…

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1992 Airstream 350LE Class A Motorhome

1992 Airstream 350LE Class A Motorhome

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When I go camping I like to be comfortable, I prefer “glamping” to camping. So the thought of having all the comforts of home as one travels wherever one’s desire takes one is an attractive thought….

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1959 AC Ace Bristol

1959 AC Ace Bristol

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AC’s classic British sports car of the post war era is recognised by car enthusiasts where-ever one appears. Most people instantly associate the name “AC” with “Cobra” but the original British car was not a Cobra…

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1943 Sherman M4A1 Grizzly I Cruiser

1943 Sherman M4A1 Grizzly I Cruiser

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High on my list of favourite fun machines I have had the privilege to drive is a Caterpillar D9 bulldozer – all ninety something tons of it. It was an “I feel the earth move under…

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1960 Bentley S2 “Barn Find”

1960 Bentley S2 “Barn Find”

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In the time immediately before and after World War II Rolls Royce were the epitome of conservative affluence. So it was, because Bentley was by that stage owned by Rolls Royce, that Bentleys became conservative, smooth,…

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1954 Bugatti Type 101C Coupé With Coachwork by Jean Antem

1954 Bugatti Type 101C Coupé With Coachwork by Jean Antem

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The Bugatti Type 101 represents Bugatti’s last effort to re-enter car production in the wake of World War II. Ettore Bugatti passed away in August of 1947, (his eldest son Jean having been killed testing a…

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Amazing Barn Finds by Ryan Brutt

Amazing Barn Finds by Ryan Brutt

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The trouble with archaeologists is that they seem to be preoccupied with bits of pottery and old statues, most likely because these are things that have survived the ravages of centuries, even millennia, and not completely…

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The Bombardier B Series Snowmobiles

The Bombardier B Series Snowmobiles

There is an episode of “The Simpsons” in which Bart is faced with a huge dilemma. His father Homer insists that Bart will not be allowed to go to the Crusty the Clown Camp unless he…

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