The Bowlus Road Chief has taken clear inspiration from the classic days of American travel. Made from durable materials built to outlast a lifetime of use, the Bowlus Road Chief features polished aircraft grade aluminum that has been given tactile rivets for stability. Elliptical windows with brass screens provide exceptional views wherever the road takes you. The interior of the Bowlus Road Chief is just as beautiful as its exterior and makes the perfect setting for long road trips, camping weekends or simple, quiet afternoon retreats.
Not everything has to be an expensive brew flown in from some mysterious mill in Russia. Sometimes it’s okay to kicked back with a cheap beer delivered from good ‘ole St. Louis, MO. Don’t let anybody tell you you’re not allowed to enjoy one of those staple beers that people usually throw shade at, especially if it’s something you can tolerate and it’s light on the wallet.
The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL was the only instance to be found of the SL-Class grand tourer. It was also the fastest production car in its time. It debuted as a two-seat coupe in 1954 with its distinct gull wing doors and was later offered to the public as an open roadster. Made by Daimler-Benz AG, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL featured a direct fuel injection model that was inspired by the company's successful, yet less powerful W194, an overhead, carbureted cam straight 6 1952 racer.
Picture it: it’s been a long day at work, your feet are aching and your throat is scratchy. All you can think to do is kick back with a refreshing cold one, so you head to your fridge, pop it open, and find yourself faced with a dilemma: Bottle or Can?
Marketed as the Shelby Cobra in the United States, the AC Cobra is a sports car of Anglo-American descent. It features a Ford V8 engine which was produced in the United States and the United Kingdom alike and has been done so intermittently since the year 1962. The Cobra, unlike many other manufacturers in Britain, had been taking advantage of a Bristol straight-6 engine and used a hand-built steel tube frame with aluminum body panels when its small volume production first began. The engine used was designed by BMW pre-World War II, and in 1961, the engines shifted over to being Chrysler 313 cubic inch V8 engines.
The Yamaha xs650 Cafe Racer Custom Design by Cognito Moto is a mix and match of some of the best features of bikes all around. It features a stout front-end design that features Suzuki GSX-R's Brembo calipers and forks from a Yamaha R6. This unique arrangement is attached to the frame by way of a triple clamp that can only be called retro with its unique, custom-made design. The wheels are a bit smaller, as the 17-inch Warp 9 rims have been laced up on both ends. This company used their very own conversion hubs to match the R6 forks to the wheel.
A ride that touches the arteries of every Air-cooled lover's heart. These are 1960's to early 1990's Porsche 911's which are restored and modified to keep the tradition of class in a modern environment. The 4.0-liter Flat-six engine pushing almost 400 horsepower is a blast of nostalgia and excitement. Coming in at over $400k, it's hard for outsiders to understand how Singer stays in business. But it's actually quite the opposite, Singer's customer order book list is full. Whether or not Rob Dickinson(founder) knew his company be a smash hit, it has paid off tremendously. Him and his team have developed unique parts that enhance feel, aura, presentation and performance. You can learn more from them here.
One of the most gorgeous American Classic Car's from the era of true muscle. We have the 1970 Pontiac Firebird restomod here to soothe the inner gearhead in you with tasteful and conservative modifications. It's a special car that's great for those who want to wrench and actually put in work. Since they're getting older, more and more Pontiac Firebirds disappear. We might even pick one up ourselves. The stable can never be too full.
Men do many things on their free time, such as watching TV, playing video games, Netflix, going to the gym, or grabbing some beer with friends. Those activities are all good in their own ways, but why not grab a book to read? Reading a book is a great way to spend your free time, especially if that free time is your alone time. Reading opens your mind and uses your imagination, which allows your mind to develop a deeper insight of not just the book you’re reading, but yourself too.