If, like me, your childhood was in the 80s, it would be almost impossible to ignore how much of an influence road movies and action flicks had on riders, drivers and manufacturers to create some wild designs that have become icons of our time.
In the biblical story, humanity begins with a man called Adam, God made him from dust and together they chatted about the garden he landscaped. Adam was told he could walk about naked in the garden, eat whatever he liked from the trees with the
Firstly, I apologise for the wait for this installment of Retro Motors. As it happens I have been shoveling money like coal into a furnace into my 944, which has meant that my life has turned into the cycle of work, sleep, repeat, whilst stealing
Some concept cars are a bit like the items for sale on Chinese wholesale mega sites. In the photo you see a sleek, well designed garment or gadget. It looks like a world beater but upon arrival, it turns out it couldn’t beat and egg.
If what people say to me is true, retro stuff is useless and dirty and should be left to rot in museums. If what they all say comes true, maybe they're right. It sounds like we're moving into the cleanest, cheapest, easiest way of life
As you could probably tell I’ve been playing a bit of catch up when it comes to cars, this is partly to do with the fact I wasn’t old enough to drive back in the 80’s and because I spent around ten years riding motorcycles
This month’s NRW feature goes back to a time when I used to drive around in cars hitting pedestrians for fun; performing drive-by shootings and time attacks on busy highways. I’m talking, of course, about my childhood and, more specifically, the vehicles featured in video
The closet I’ve got to owning a movie car was driving the Jeep Cherokee XJ.
Any car enthusiast worth their salt understands that Volkswagen own everything, diesel is a poisonous slime, electric cars are a gimmick and automatics were first created so Americans could eat and drive simultaneously.
With that iconic Z style long bonnet, housing a new V6 turbo charged block, gorgeously angular lines and of course, pop up lights. The Nissan/Datsun Z series had brought many a driver thousands of smiles per hour in the past, a useable, heavily modifiable car,
This genre became very popular as you can imagine. The lineup of cars were always the coolest picks from the era and for me, the Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo from the Chase HQ series was one of the coolest cars of all time.
The shark nosed, quad light, BMW E28. A beautifully crafted, well rounded machine which no doubt paved the way to the slogan ‘The ultimate driving machine’.