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May 16th, 2017 by admin

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inside an intake

May 6th, 2017 by admin

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inside an intake

the road is calling and I must go

April 6th, 2017 by admin

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the road is calling and I must go

Venice California 1939

March 22nd, 2017 by admin

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good old fashioned midwest lawn art, like grandma used to make

March 4th, 2017 by admin

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good old fashioned midwest lawn art, like grandma used to make

yearning for the open road (go full screen)

February 27th, 2017 by admin

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Penn Station, New York 1910

February 6th, 2017 by admin

Penn Station, operating staff consulting with train engineer on platform,

I love to learn of wonderful people, who’ve done wonderful things, and made wonderful collections. Allow me to introduce you to Guy Webster… photographer of the stars, collector of motorcycles

January 27th, 2017 by admin

He turned his earnings into houses, married, and began a family. He took time off to live in Europe, buying a farmhouse in Spain and spending two years studying art in Florence, Italy.

That’s where he fell in love with Italian motorcycles.

“I decided I needed three or four different bikes, because they were good for different kinds of riding,” he said. “But when I had 10, I decided to let myself go up to 20. Then I went up to 30.”

Webster filled two garages with his motorcycles, eventually, he built a two-story barn. The collection grew to 150 as Webster bought, sold and traded increasingly rare machines.

Retired wine entrepreneur Robb Talbott, who now operates the Moto Talbott Collection motorcycle museum in Carmel Valley, said he became faint when he first visited Webster’s collection in 2003.

“There is no other museum that could have come close to it, for the quality, the artistic value of the bikes, and the rarity of the bikes,” Talbott said.“Some of them are one of only one in the world, or one of three in the world. In America, he was No. 1.”

The famed collection is headed to auction though, in the next four days starting today, at events held in Las Vegas, eight of Webster’s finest will cross the block.

Bonhams will sell a 1988 Ducati Corsa race bike that may fetch $34,000, and a 2000 Ducati MH900E that may sell for $24,000, the auction house said. (A 1959 Ducati 175 F3 it sold in 2015 brought $89,000.)

The six motorcycles to be sold by Mecum are a rare Ducati, two Ceccatos, a pair of FB Mondials and three MV Agustas — including the first 175cc Webster bought in 1959 for $300.

The motorcycles could together return as much as $500,000. But Webster claimed indifference to those figures.

Jim Hall 8th in the 1963 Mexican GP, Lotus 24 BRM.

December 25th, 2016 by admin

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take a look through Hot Rods archives… online

September 22nd, 2016 by admin

they were there for a bit of everything, drag racing, Bonneville, Pike Peak, and baja racing

I believe the whole reason that Getty images has all the digital versions was that the company that now owns Hot Rod, and the photos in the filing cabinets, wanted to make money from everything and anything in the Hot Rod legacy, and so they went into business with Getty. Getty takes all the original photos and makes a high quality digital scan, now creating a database of the images that is searchable, will never deteriorate, and is infinitely duplicateable… and the other side of it is that they can now try and sell the shit out of all those old photos. Meanwhile they are online for interested poeple to look through, and get completely engrossed in while wasting many hours looking around.