1973 Triumph X-75 Hurricane

Historically speaking, the Triumph X-75 Hurricane is a genuinely significant motorcycle. Just 1,200 or so were built before production ended in 1973 due to new noise restrictions in the USA, but the styling of the new Triumph created a wave of interest across the United States, some even crediting it with being the bike that…

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Bulb Keo Nixie Tube Clock

The Bulb Keo is a modern nixie tube clock powered by USB and capable of displaying the time, date, temperature, and of acting as an alarm clock. The glass bulbs are made individually by Dalibor Farny, and should yours get broken you can order a replacement bulb and plug it in – barring disaster each…

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Aviatore Veloce Turbojet Coffee Machine

Just 100 examples of the new Aviatore Veloce Turbojet Coffee Machine will be built, and much like the other creations from Super Veloce it’s unlikely that most people will know what it actually is at first glance. Each is made from aviation grade 6061 T6, 2000 series aluminium alloy, stainless steel 316 Ti, 304 and…

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1972 Volvo P1800E

There aren’t many who’ll disagree with me when I say that the Volvo P1800 is one of the most beautiful cars of all time. Its 1950s jet-age styling and fascinating history have made it a favourite with enthusiasts for decades, and surprisingly they’re still in almost-affordable territory. The P1800 project began in the late 1950s,…

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Worn & Wound x AVI-8 Watch

At $399 USD, the Worn & Wound x AVI-8 is one of the best value propositions in the world of low volume automatic watches. Most timepieces in this price range have far less desirable quartz movements, meaning they’re little more than electrical appliances in the view of serious horologists. The Worn & Wound x AVI-8…

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Croft-Cameron Super Eight

The Croft-Cameron Super Eight was the top-of-the-line model from the little-known British motorcycle manufacturer during their relatively short 1923 to 1926 lifespan. Croft-Cameron was a competitor with the likes of Brough Superior and Coventry-Eagle, and their motorcycles all look relatively similar from 20 paces – though this has more to do with the engineering best-practices…

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Silver Foil Veldt Motorcycle Helmet

Veldt is a new venture from the team that developed Ruby Helmets, this new series of helmets are designed to be modular – offering wearers the option of a 3/4 face helmet, or a full face with the addition of a chin bar. Each Veldt helmet has a carbon fiber shell, with gunmetal fixings, a…

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1932 Lincoln Model KB Boattail Speedster

The Lincoln Model KB Boattail Speedster was never a production model for the Ford-owned luxury marque, in fact the Speedster wasn’t made in a Lincoln factory, and it wasn’t made in the 1930s. It came about after a friendly conversation between friends Greg Bilpuch and David Holls, the latter being the famous retired Vice President…

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Bandit9 EVE MKII

Bandit9 is a custom motorcycle garage run by Daryl Villanueva out of Saigon, it started life in Beijing a few years ago and quickly earned a reputation for world class design with a retrofuturistic feel. When Daryl originally released the limited edition EVE motorcycle it caused a sensation within the custom motorcycle community. Whilst most custom…

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Camp Cards by Dan & Dave

This pack of Camp Cards by Dan & Dave was illustrated by 1924us, in collaboration with the adventure brand Bradley Mountain. Each pack is printed by the US Playing Card Co. and each set comes in a box printed inside and out featuring a match-strike slip on the side to light your campfire. They’re limited…

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