In 1919, George Brough founded Brough Superior in Nottingham, England. While Brough Superior also produced motor cars, their motorcycles are the stuff of legend. Lawerence of Arabia owned seven Brough Superiors, with an eighth on order when he died on the seventh. Brough Superior's top model was the SS100, and the 100 in the name wasn't just for show — every SS100 was guaranteed to reach 100 MPH or more. Customization encouraged by the factory, making each SS100 a one-off model. This SS100 came equipped with a larger displacement 1140cc motor putting out 65 horsepower and a top speed of over 115 mph, making it one of the fastest vehicles on the planet in the late 1920s and milestone of motorcycling history.