I found this whilst lurking on the internet as usual, quite cheesy, well… a lot from the early 90′s was cheesy but that doesn’t mean we don’t like it.
The video is only 15 minutes but talks about the features in the Z32 which is strong reminder of how advanced the car was considering it was manufactured in 1989. Even today when you look at it the car fits in and feels relevant.
If you’re a motorcyclist, you know that the name “Harley Davidson” simply can’t be touched by other names in the business. Harley Davison started out as a pipe dream nearly 110 years ago now, and it’s spent the past century becoming perhaps the most prestigious motorcycle company across the entire globe. Over the course of the past century, Harley Davidson has produced some of the most beloved motorcycles in history. This house name continues to faithfully roll out new, beautiful bikes, all under the same dedication to craft and quality that the original Harley and Davidson stood by. From huge bikes to smaller one, everyone has their own personal Harley preference—and whatever model you love most, you know you’re riding a roaring piece of high quality machinery. You love your Harley, but you may not know the history behind the business. From humble beginnings—Harley’s design of an engine to fit on a bicycle— to big earnings, Harley Davidson has left a rich legacy in the US and all over the world. The following timeline chronicles just a few of the great moments in time for the big business of Harley Davidson.
You might remember the short video introducing Magnus Walker, who is a rebel Porsche customizer and has turned his obsession with Porsche’s into a successful business. The full video has finally been released so sit back and enjoy!
Here’s a little collection of some of my favourite race cars, there are plenty more out there so I’ll be sure to put up another post with more historic race car finds, or you guys can e-mail me your finds to Sascha@Grandnostalgic.com
On my usual browsing session, I came across this, my first reaction was “Holy Sh*t!”… and if you love oldskool as I do then you’d react the same. The 1973 Camaro is packed with goodies, used by it’s owner Brian Hobaugh for Autocross. I must say it’s an odd choice for Autocross but it’s breathtaking nevertheless.