Modern hammer drills get their name because they provide short, sharp, hammering action to help make quick work of difficult materials like rock. This crazy antique contraption uses actual hammers to smack a drill bit into a boulder, achieving a similar result, albeit more slowly.
Looking like something that belongs on a mantle in BioShock’s lost city of Rapture, these limited-edition handmade wood art deco clocks feature the warm orange glow of high voltage, cold-war era Nixie tubes to tell time.
Footage shot by Thomas Edison back in 1898 captures “a preadolescent boy, dressed like a street urchin” who starts out doing acrobatics but sneaks in a headspin and other classic B-Boy moves.
We’re intimately familiar with the glitter and excess of 21st century Las Vegas, but let’s harken back to a simpler time with this time capsule of footage from Sin City dating back almost 50 years.
A trailer sought after for its rarity, beauty and functionality. This restored unit retains its original aircraft grade metal body, L-shape sofa bed, sink, fridge and shower and kitchen rooms.