1951 Sunbeam S7

During its development the Sunbeam S7 was plagued with vibration and misguided engineering approaches. Yet today the Sunbeam S7 seems a handsome heavyweight machine distinguished by shaft drive, an overhead camshaft engine, "balloon tires," rounded fenders and its Mist Green, silver or black paint. In the course of being a manufacturer of high quality Read more

1942 Harley-Davidson WLD

Launched in 1937 as a replacement for the "D" model, the WLD was Harley's middle weight side valve machine. While using a slightly lower tech design than the larger OHV EL model, the "flathead" or "side-valve" WL 45 was the backbone of Harley's lineup. Not only did it serve well in modified trim as a courier machine in World War II, the WLA, but in Read more

We are Honoring and Celebrating Steve McQueen’s Birthday

Since itʼs his birthday this month we honor automobile and motorcycle racer, and of course highly accomplished stage and screen performer, Steve McQueen. By the end of his 50 year life, McQueen really had done it all. He was one of the most famous movie stars on the planet, and his remarkable collection of bikes and cars was expansive enough to fill Read more

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