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1960 AERMACCHI CHIMERA 250 In the USA, Aermacchi is best known for its ill-fated collaborations with Harley-Davidson—which invested in the Italian company in the 1960s, and took complete control in 1974. But in post-war Italy, Aermacchi was known for its racing successes and futuristic designs. The sleek Chimera was available in 175 and 250 cc models.

1960 Aermacchi Chimera 250 | Bike EXIF
  • Jude Manickam
    Jude Manickam


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    I wouldn't call it ill-fated, HD helped them grow and prosper!

Vincent Black Lightning custom

Vincent Black Lightning by Jeff Decker | Bike EXIF

Vincent Black Lightning custom

Vincent Black Lightning custom

Bike EXIF | Custom motorcycles and cafe racers

Custom BMW R80 police bike

Kawasaki W650 custom by Deus

Bike EXIF | Custom motorcycles and cafe racers

Moto Guzzi cafe racer

Bike EXIF | Custom motorcycles and cafe racers



Africar : Isabel Gibson


Ferrari 400 Superamerica

1980 BMW R80/7 Café Racer

'59 El Camino

Bob Longpre Pontiac

45 flathead custom

1962 ZIL-E-167 In the middle of the Cold War, the Soviets were experimenting with, well, practically everything. Given the nature of their country, a huge amount of time and money were spent on how to cross regions like Siberia. The 6x6 ZIL had a whole host of neat features: variable tire pressure system, it could make radio transmissions, it had an electric pump for fire suppression, two engines, a maximum speed of 65 km/h—and yes—it'd float. It also had an impressive range of 900 km.

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ZIL-E167, designed in early 1960′s to withstand difficult conditions in Siberia, Urals and far east and northern territories of Soviet Union. Able to cross water, control its tire pressure, equipped with air cleaning systems and has 4,5 kw electric engine to pump water (in case of fire), & radio transmission capabilities.

The ZIL 111 interior

'39 Russian ZIS


Please meet “Loki”, a Chang Jiang 750 (which is China’s derivative of the Soviet IMZ M-72 which was a spin off of BMW’s 1938 R71) built by Bandit9, a new custom shop out of Beijing, China.

Oh, I love the angles!

Nice side car!