Readers who found last week’s Thomas the Tank Engine bus mock-up too much to handle will be delighted to discover this week’s addition WTF? is somewhat more tame… Continue reading WTF? – Horrifying Hearse
Have you ever found yourself browsing through the classifieds, and stumbled upon something which is so bizarre that it makes you question if your eye sight has fooled you, and you’ve maybe run off the rails? Upon finding this Japanese import, it appeared that the internet had finally arrived at platform crazy! Continue reading WTF? – All aboard the crazy train!
Hear ye, hear ye, read all about it! Plenty of rotting classics are coming to a website near you. Grab your wallets as the junk stall has returned for another month.
Motor Hipster are fully aware that half of Continue reading Project Pit Vol III: March 2015
The Honda Civic Shuttle was largely viewed as unenthusiastic and boring throughout its lifetime. Although revolutionary in terms of space and practicality, the very sight of one was enough to contemplate the end. Continue reading C+C: All aboard the Civic Shuttle!
WTF? returns in a blaze of glory with a British classic from the Land of the Rising Sun. Obviously a gross misuse of oxymoron you may be pondering, as your cursor moves away from this webpage and towards something with fluffy kittens. But bare with us on this one! Continue reading WTF? – Manic Mini Mira
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
Today we launch a new section known as Cheap and Cheerful (C+C). The idea behind this is to find a classic or retro motor, complete with an MOT, for less than a mere £1,000. Classic cars need not Continue reading C+C: Nissan Bluebird
What? – An extremely scarce 1990 Rover 216SX finished in Diamond White. A contemporary replacement for the ageing Triumph Acclaim, the Rover 200 was a collaboration between Japanese car maker, Honda, and the Continue reading Forgotten Longbridge Classic