The Mammuth Rewarron ($5,500+) is a man-sized 1:3 scale R/C toy. If you aren't sure what the 1:3 means, it means this guy is about 1/3 the size of a real car, measuring 6.5 feet in length, weighing about 176 pounds. The 4 stroke engine gets you to 40 mph. Onboard electronics include a touch screen controller, traction control, and telemetry. Now the Mammuth Rewarron goes all the way up to $15,000 and for that price you can find a great deal on a vintage ride you can actually drive. But if that doesn't dissuade you, check out the video of the Rewarron in action.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfgQ_YW8ezA
If I was looking for a word to describe this bike it would be, 'Dangerous'. The guys over at Rough Crafts have taken a 2014-spec Dyna Street Bob, and created a masterpiece with vintage appeal. The Urban Cavalry By Rough Crafts ($TBA) features a 1689 cc motor with a S&S Super G carburetor and a brand new exhaust system from Dog House Racing. Additional features include Kawasaki sport-bike forks, blacked-out Ohlins shocks on the back, aluminum swingarm, and a BDL open belt drive. Based on the looks of the bike, it's easy to imagine this bike racing through your favorite sci-fi flick.
How would you like to enjoy some traditional vintage motoring but with some plush modern comforts and gadgets? Well the restoration geniuses at Winkelman Architecture took an old, beat up over-night Chevrolet bus and turned it into a luxurious American daydream. I can picture spending days on the road with friends or family, relaxing in style and enjoying a truly unique camping experience with the classic 1959 Chevrolet Viking ($NFS). Built for comfortable long hauls, versatility and safety this short bus is bursting with innovative and creative design, the delicious interior utilises a combination of fine salvaged pine and white oak for a prestigious touch. If you can find an old Chevrolet in a junkyard somewhere, maybe you can get Winkelman to build you one of these guys.
The Snap Wallet By Hard Graft ($205) is a beautifully crafted piece of kit. It's handmade in Italy by skilled craftsmen. It features premium Italian leather with a contrasting Italian wool lining. The Snap Wallet has eight dedicated card slots and a separate compartment for your cash. A double snap closure holds all of your essential snug and secure.(more…)
Simply put, the Keyanchor ($24) is the worlds' smallest everyday carry multi-tool key organizer. It comes in two sizes. One that can handle up to 4 keys and another that can handle up to 8 keys. The 4 key version measures just over one inch long and weighs an amazing 1 gram. It's made from Grade 5 Titanium, so this little guy is extremely durable and will hold up to whatever you can throw at it.But it's amazing physical specs isn't the Keyanchor's biggest features. It's all the things you can use it for. Besides being a key organizer it can be used as a bottle opener, as a nail saver for pull tabs, a box opener, pry bar, standard head screwdriver, a zipper pull, and much more. If you're looking for a great looking and durable multi-tool & key organizer in a small package the Keyanchor needs to be your first choice. You can pickup the Keyanchor from their Kickstarter campaign by clicking on the link below.
The Barena Lightweight Torceo Jackets ($335) are unstructured enough to be worn as sweaters, but refined enough to be dressed up. The lightweight three-button blazer has no lining, and is hand-made from a premium wool blend. No detail has been overlooked, from the horn buttons to the stitching. The Torceo is available in grey (pictured), sand and navy-marl.