1956 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz

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The Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz was originally introduced in 1953 as a limited-production luxury convertible alongside the Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta and Buick Roadmaster Skylark. The Cadillac was the runaway success of the group and its influence on both automotive and industrial design throughout the mid to late ’50s is hard to overstate. The price of the Eldorado…

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Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV

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The Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV was the final version in the popular Alfa Romeo 105/115 series – the common body used was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro for Bertone and today it’s remembered as one of the most enduring designs from Alfa during the period. Alfa built the 2000 GTV, otherwise known at the 2000 Grand…

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The Art Of Amaury Dubois

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The art of Amaury Dubois is characterised by curves and intersecting layers, although his background is mostly in paint and canvas, he’s been working recently with photographic collages like the examples you see here. These pieces were all displayed to the public for the first time at Le Salon Rétromobile earlier this month in Paris, and…

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Eagle E-Type Speedster

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The original Series I Jaguar E-Type is overwhelmingly regarded by the British public to be the most beautiful car of all time, Enzo Ferrari himself called it the most beautiful car he had ever seen and was famously quoted as saying that the only thing wrong with it is that it didn’t have a Ferrari…

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Super 55 Mahogany RIB

Super 55 Mahogany RIB

The Super 55 is a new design from Ocean 398 that’s been developed to be a combination of a ’60s era mahogany runabout with all the benefits of a modern RIB. With a length of 20ft and capacity for 5 people, it can be used as either a runabout or as a tender for a…

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Headlight Lamps by The Modern Weld

Headlight Lamps by The Modern Weld

The Modern Weld is a small company based in Columbus, Ohio that specialises in turning old motorcycle headlights into one of a kind floor, table, and desk lamps. The red lamp above was sourced from a ’60 era Ural and it can be ordered in Black, Ferrari Red, Vintage Land Rover Blue, and Vintage Bone…

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Prisma Skateboard Guitars

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Prisma Guitars is a small San Francisco based company that hand-builds guitars from used skateboard decks. It’s run by Nick Pourfard – a 24 year old self-taught woodworker and industrial design student with a deep love of music, guitars and skateboarding. Each Prisma guitar is made from used, damaged and snapped skateboard decks, and Prisma machines…

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Tucker 48

Tucker 48

The Tucker 48, otherwise known as the Tucker Torpedo, was a car that embodied the anything-is-possible spirit of post-WWII America. Sadly it was killed off by an intrusive SEC investigation after just 51 examples had been built, it’s widely thought that one or all of the “Big Three” US automakers was behind the investigation. Some…

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1967 Ford Mustang Desk

Ford Mustang Desk

Unibro Design is a boutique company based in Austria that specialises in upcycling vintage car parts into designer furniture. This is their 1967 Ford Mustang Desk, it uses the boot lid of a ’67 notchback with a custom set of legs to create an eye-catching desk for home or office use. The desk has four…

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Quilted Duke Kevlar Motorcycle Jacket

Quilted Duke Kevlar Motorcycle Jacket

The new Quilted Duke Jacket by Crave is a welcome addition to their expanding product catalogue – a catalogue largely comprised of motorcycle gear that doesn’t look like motorcycle gear. Crave originally made the first Kevlar-lined flannel shirt/jacket hybrid, and it’s become so popular that a number of large moto companies have jumped on the bandwagon…

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