We are digging the split window the folks over at Rossi have included in their stylish SixtySix, a kit fusing C6 Corvettes with retro Stingray style. The cost for all those second glances? A cool $130K.
Rick9635 is a die-hard Star Wars fan. Not only did he make a costume of one of the lesser-known characters – General Grievous (from Ep. III), it looks and moves just like the one in the movie.
Get ready to dish out a serious beating in this new actioner, starring a disgruntled teddy bear armed with axes, machetes, and other weapons – our kind of game. Hits Xbox 360 and PS3 Friday, 6/25.
This otherwise calm canine gets all worked up when he’s given the middle finger. We’d say that he’s a smart dog, but then he quickly forgets what just happened and sets himself up for more.
Feeling randy, baby? Or just never could get enough of Mike Myers’ shag-a-delic Austin Powers flicks? Now’s your chance to own one of the custom 1970 Jaguar E-Types used in the movies.
Square Enix’s latest may look like a typical third-person shooter, but it offers the ability for you or your opponents to hack into the minds of NPCs and enemies and use them to carry out your strategy.
While this prototype SLS AMG might run entirely on electric power, it’s no slouch in the performance department, still cranking out 526 horses and zooming from 0-to-60 in less than 4 seconds.
Made from 13-ply Baltic birch, the handmade Boattail Racer is in a limited edition of 100 and takes its inspiration from early 20th century low-drag coaches. Very cool package design too.
Check out this muscled up 07 FXSTB Softail Night Train with a Suzuki 750 front end, Fat Bob slotted aluminum front wheel, V-Rod front fender, chopped and recontoured rear fender and custom fuel tank.
While it isn’t pretty looking, Aiptek’s portable camera can shoot 720p images in true 3D, thanks to its dual-lens setup. It even has a tiny 3D LCD display so you can see your shots immediately.
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