North Georgia Whiskey + Moonshine Still

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The North Georgia Still Company prides themselves on making world class copper stills using traditional techniques. They use 100% American copper, and they ship all their moonshine and whiskey making gear out in plain brown boxes – so the boys in blue and the nosey neighbors don’t know you’re turning to a life of bootlegging…

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1957 Catalina Grand Prix Motorcycle Race

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The Catalina Grand Prix was a motorcycle race held annually between 1950 and 1958 on the island of Santa Catalina off the coast of Los Angeles. The races were hotly contested, and the rules that governed races on the mainland didn’t apply – meaning it was a hotbed of race testing with cutting edge parts fitted to…

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1970 Mickey Thompson Mini Dragster

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It’s thought that only 180 Mickey Thompson Mini Dragsters were built back in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Despite their looks, they’re not just for children. They were designed as fun mini dragsters for adults, and due to the location of the seat it’s possible for even novices to lean back while accelerating and…

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TitanLIGHT – Refillable Waterproof Lighter

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The TitanLIGHT was developed by Exotac to be the toughest waterproof and wind-resistant survival lighter in the world. It uses precision machined aluminum construction to ensure that it’s both light weight and corrosion/rust proof, it’s also waterproof against rain and submersion up to one meter. Each TitanLIGHT has a high-spark flint wheel, built-in wind guards,…

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Bexar Goods Bridle Leather Apple Watch Strap

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The Apple Watch seems to be loved and hated in equal measures – some love the technology it brings to the wrist and others explain that their mechanical wristwatch will be removed from their arm when they’re dead – and not a moment sooner. Those of you who have embraced the Apple Watch will likely…

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1977 International Scout II Traveler

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In 1977 Jerry Boone drove his still-new International Super Scout II to a class win in the brutal Baja 1000 desert race. He wasn’t even factory sponsored at the time, but his win put the Scout II firmly on the map for 4×4 racers and enthusiasts across the USA.

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Go Forth & Do Good Flask

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The Go Forth & Do Good Flask measures in at 12 ounces – a good size for those who want to share their whisky, or for those who want more than a measly 4 ounces in their pocket. It seems like we’re inundated by events that require any reasonable person to have a stash of…

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1969 Baldwin Motion Phase III GT Corvette

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The Baldwin Motion Corvette The Baldwin Motion Corvette is the result of a collaboration between Motion Performance and Baldwin Chevrolet on Long Island, they were only built between 1969 and 1971, before the US Justice Department shut them down. The Feds used the Clean Air Act of 1970 to launch their case, The U.S. Government…

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Full Race: 1981 Daytona 500

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The 1981 Daytona 500 was a unique race for a number of reasons, it also featured a remarkably tight finish, with just 3.5 seconds between 1st and 2nd place. If you haven’t seen the race, or you can’t remember who won, stop reading now and hit play above (I’m going to post spoilers below). The…

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Cobra Caravan Survivor: 1965 Shelby GT350 R

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Carroll Shelby In 1965, the Shelby American Company was far less famous than they are now. Carroll Shelby was a retired race car driver with a win a Le Mans under his belt, and a congenital heart condition that meant he often need to pop nitroglycerin tablets under his tongue while driving to manage his…

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