If you've been shopping around for that perfect classic truck then you're wait might be over. There is currently a 1965 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ45 ($TBA) up for auction. The seller says the truck has spent most of its time in the dry, low humidity part of Arizona making it completely rust free. It just completed a six-month off frame restoration. The original F1 engine has bee replaced with an F2 with 20,000 original miles and the 3 speed transmission replaced with a 4 speed. Additional updates include power steering and a new paint job. The really cool thing about this FJ45 is it's completely convertible. The top and doors can be removed and the windshield folded flat. There are only a couple of days left on the auction and the highest bid is currently sitting at $22,600.
For any sneaker-head looking for the ultimate pair, the Buscemi 100mm Triple Crown Tan ($1355) are worth checking out. Handcrafted in Italy, the design is intended to be a tribute to the Belmont Stakes horse race and has some clever little features which nod to this. Made from hair-on calfskin of the highest quality, there’s a funky soft leather strap and a detachable ribbon and leather rosette for a style which will turn heads and make others green with envy.
The 2014 Porsche Turbo Cabriolet ($160,700) has been unveiled and looks like it's bringing a little muscle with it. The new Cabriolet features a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine that delivers 520 horses and reaches 60 mph in 3.3 seconds. Additional perks include a roof that closes in 13 seconds, Bose sound system, and 18-way adjustable seats.
If you're spending the majority of your day sitting on a computer, then you need to take a look at the Altwork Station For High-Intensity Computer Users ($3900+). The Altwork is the culmination of over five years of engineering and a million dollars of investment. It allows you to work in four different productivity positions - sitting, standing, collaboration, or focus. And just with the push of a button you can completely change your position as well as the position of your computer. The whole system moves as you move. Altwork is launching a pre-order campaign to finance the additional tooling and development needed to go to market. [gallery royalslider="1" type="slideshow" ids="20877,20876,20875,20874,20873"]
Being one of the first “big name” tech companies to announce that it’s going after the much sought after and long awaited wireless ear buds/ headphones market, Samsung announced the Samsung Gear IconX Earbuds ($200). They look like they could be the ones to beat. Priced at $199 the Gear IconX could finally be the product to replace the more traditional wired head/earphones we so often see today. Being able to charge in their own case and being incredibly lightweight these wireless earbuds can connect to fitness apps and monitor your heart rate, distance travelled, and calculate the number of calories burned. But that's not all. They also have four gigabytes of memory. That's enough to hold up to 1000 songs. The IconX Earbuds will be going on sale sometime between July and September 2016. One thing to keep in mind - they only work with Android phones.
The Ride ($48) is 320 pages of custom motorcycle heaven. The Ride features individuals and small & large shops that make some of the most sought-after products around the globe. You'll be able to see transformations of cheap plastic bikes into slick racers. It includes full-color photo galleries and technical details for each bike. The Ride utilizes a top notch lineup to bring this book to reality. Big names that include the likes of Cole Foster, Cafe Racer Dreams, classified Moto and Deus. If you're into custom bikes The Ride is for you.