Again, you probably think I’m not all there mentally (still waiting on those test results), but Continue reading Should we bring back Max Power Motors?
Summer is drawing to a close, which means that motoring enthusiasts are already fantasising about their future road trips. Some may lust over a hardcore suspension battering adventure on the Mongol Rally, whilst others may prefer to ride with the top down along the Continue reading Travel Trabi: Go with the Flo!
Aston Martins are generally renowned for their performance and their high price tags. Only the privileged few, Mr Bond included, can experience the raw power of the likes of the DBS. Should your budget not stretch far enough to purchase your very own Aston, then we have an alternative solution. Continue reading Citroen embarrasses Aston Martins in race
Citroen‘s Mehari was definitely one of their most iconic vehicles from the 60’s until the 80’s. Constructed originally for military use, the Mehari used a Dyane 6 chassis to create quite a fun beach buggy. Certainly, this was a great example of the French automaker’s innovative design. Continue reading WTF? – Transparent Mehari
What? – A 1974 Citroen GS. Voted the most aerodynamic car of its time, the GS was a serious part of Citroen’s history. This one was a little less concerned about aerodynamics though, focused more upon Continue reading Pick-up a Classic Citroen!
Another victory for the classic car brigade this week as Claude, the Citroen HY catering van, was recovered. After being stolen from Digbeth, the owners at Pietanic sent a distressed message out to the internet asking for Continue reading Good news: Citroen H Pie van found
The Christmas holidays are over and most of us are turning to preparing projects for the summer season. Many will already have chosen their chore chariot, though some will be lagging behind.
Fear no longer as Motor Hipster has selected Continue reading Project Pit Vol IV: January 2016
As motor hipsters, we like our vehicles classic and our catering gentrified! No longer do we tolerate poor quality greasy spoons at local and national shows during the summer season. Winter is the ideal time to Continue reading Classic Catering Vans: Which to go for?
The second instalment of Project Pit hopes to bring some warmth to your chilly Winter blues. Exciting projects will entice us, and motivate us to get to work before the summer show season.
Last month’s edition featured some rather rare beasts. Alas, let the show go on. Continue reading Project Pit Vol II: February 2015