One of my girlfriends in college had a Ford Bronco and I loved that car. Her's was a 90's Eddie Bower Edition and I have very fond memories of it. If Ford ever released the bronco again, I'd be the first in line to grab one. But if you happen to be in the market now, you can always get a Classic Ford Bronco from the guys over at Classic Ford Broncos ($CALL).Based out of Columbus, Ohio, they start with an original, early model Bronco body, and as they say, "give it a 21st century makeover." These aren't your normal restorations. If they find a rust spot in any of their body's, they replace the entire panel. No bondo. Want something special, they can do it for you. So if you're in the market for a comprehensively restored Bronco, these are the guys to go to. via: Bless This Stuff
Beer Craft ($) takes you through the six essential yet easy steps that it takes to create world class beer right in your own kitchen. You can now enjoy drinking the best beer you have ever tasted, and know you have produced it yourself. This is a veritable kitchen manual that will have you turning your stove in an artisan brewery in no time. Learn to home your craft by first perfecting the basic skills of beer making before moving onto specialty techniques such as brewing with fruit and barrel-aging. This is the ultimate book for all beer connoisseurs, and there are certainly plenty of them.
There is nothing better that sharing a shot with friends before the start of a weekend. Why not do it in style with the Alexander Wang Shot Glasses ($115). Every purchase comes with a set of four shot glasses in a black snakeskin embossed pouch. The glasses are pale gold with a 100% stainless steel case.
Getting ready to start adding layers to daily outfits. But the real star of this outfit is the Mismo M/S Utility Bag. The product photo doesn't do the real deal justice. It's perfectly sized and appointed for a day out on the town.1. Shirt: J. Crew SLIM MIDWEIGHT DENIM SHIRT ($88) 2. T-Shirt: J. Crew Deck Striped T-Shirt ($40) 3. Chinos: J. Crew Lightweight Chino In 484 Fit - Khaki ($75) 4. Shoes: Common Projects Achilles Retro Low ($359) 5. Watch: Timex x Red Wing Heritage ($109) 6. Bag: Mismo M/S Utility ($393)
Have you ever studied a can of beer before cracking it open? No? Well knows your chance. In alphabetic order, Beer ($15) gives us an insight into a remarkable collection of over 500 cans from 30 countries that range from the iconic to the obscure. They are all here, from the busty lovelies that adorned the Tennants cans to Old Frothingsloth. This is a veritable bible for beer fans who can reminisce over forgotten brews and relish in the fact that many classics have moved with the times to become firm favorites. Both beer and design fans will love this book. Many of these will be familiar, many of them will not, but the overall feelgood factor is hard to beat.
One of only seven, the 1954 Pegaso Z-102 Series II Saoutchik ($725,000) has found its way onto the auction market. Still boasting its original matching-numbers engine, the car has an advanced high-performance twin-cam V-8 engine with a top speed of 150mph. The Z-102 chassis was designed by Parisian coachbuilder, Saoutchik and features a low roofline and curved fenders with round Marchal headlights and poignant wheels. The interior has been finished in tuxedo-hued livery with a cream roof while accents of chrome can be spotted throughout. An expertly restored motor vehicle for the most passionate of car collectors.