The literal translation is "God from the machine." Otherwise, deus ex machina refers to a bit of artifice designed to yank implausible plot twists out of one's literary hat. When describing the motorcycle shop at 98-104 Parramatta Road in Camperdown, New South Wales--right around the corner from The University of Sydney if you're in the neighborhood--either definition applies. Or both: The machinery may well be divinely inspired. How else do you explain designer street-trackers and assorted examples of the American hot-rod idiom materializing thousands of miles from home? Then again, the Temple of Enthusiasm--17,000 square feet of showroom, workshop, design studio and bakery caf under one carefully resurrected warehouse roof--is anything but ordinary.