Craigslist cramping your bougie lifestyle? JamesList is a luxury alternative for listing ultra-high end items for sale; we’ve spotted everything from a Bugatti Veyron to a Boeing 737.
All show and all go: Carlsson’s SL CK63 RS doesn’t just look hot in a matte black, but shaves off four-tenths to go 0-62 in only 4.1s; she’ll take you up to 202 mph if you ask politely.
Neil Armstrong wore a Speedmaster watch during the first moon landing, so it’s fitting Omega will be releasing a 40th anniversary edition with Hesalite crystal and Apollo 11 patch.
Not content to rest on their photographic laurels, Leica’s Pradovit D-1200 is their first digital projector; it sports a retro design, 16:10 format, 2500:1 contrast range and up to 2000 Lumen.
The render above isn’t official, but Auto Express believes the XJ220 will be reborn as Jaguar’s XE; the supercar will compete with Audi’s R8 packing both a 5.0L V8 and an aluminum chassis.
Luis and Clark’s Carbon Fiber instruments aren’t just about looks: they play well, take quite a bit of abuse, and have found their ways into the hands of musicians like Yo Yo Ma.
Timepiece porn jumps to a whole new level with Concord’s C1 QuantumGravity; it’s fitted with an externally mounted aerial bi-axial Tourbillon which uses cables to hold the cage vertically.
Own Park Place and Boardwalk in style with this ultra-lux version of Monopoly by Zontik; it’s set on a hand-bound Dauphin calf leather plinth and features silver-gilt pieces.
If you happen to own a racing yacht (like us), you’ll want to keep a Bottler on hand; these ultra-lux bottle holders feature the same cardanic suspension used to keep ship compasses stable.
Although long passed, “The King of Cool” aka Steve McQueen’s legacy lives on; his estate has authorized this Metisse Desert Racer replica, used in the POW-classic The Great Escape.
With anti-reflective sapphire crystal, a titanium case and galvanic black guilloche dial, Favre-Leuba’s Bathy V2 is the creme de la creme of diving watches; it’s water resistant down to 300m.
Well known for apparel that shows up in Hollywood films, Belstaff’s slick heavyweight wax cotton Trialmaster Jacket is based on the same one worn by Will Smith in I Am Legend.
Panasonic’s RP-HJE900 in-ear headphones are the first to be made with Zirconia (ZrO2); the material boasts less resonance than plastic or aluminum for distortion-free sound reproduction.
At 10,000 lumens, Sanyo’s PLC-XF71 screams ultimate bachelor pad; however, with a 3000:1 contrast ratio and 1024×768 resolution, it’s really a pro-level projector for presentations.
Leica may seem overpriced and obsolete to some, but die-hard fans are no doubt salivating over this M8 Safari, which sports brushed silver accents and a Summicron 28mm F2.0 bundle.
Although largely unremarkable, Panasonic’s Lumix FS15 and FS7 cameras have an ace up their sleeves: a 29mm wide-angle Leica lens with stabilization and 4x-5x optical zoom.
The Hurst Dodge Viper comes with few performance mods, but we dig the black chrome polished wheels, grippy Katzkin leather-wrapped seats and gorgeous matte gold paint job.
Racer X Design’s BMW RZ-M6 is the way the 6-series should have been; it borrows heavily from American musclecars, but we ain’t complaining: this baby’s body panels are smokin’.
Exchanging gold for titanium, Piaget’s Polo 45 Flyback Chronograph targets the luxury sport segment with triple secondary dials, 100m water resistance and a 50 hour power reserve.
With heavy waxed canvas, aluminum hardware and leather last patches, Howies’ Hand-Me-Down bags come with a 10 year guarantee and are designed to be handed down.
With a diamond-milled ceramic case and exclusive asymmetrically toothed gears, MB&F’s Horological Machine No. 2 is more work of art than timepiece; choose from one of four flavors.
Short of a toilet and a fridge, the Emperor Workstation means you’ll never have to leave your computer; it comes with reclining Recaro seats, HEPA filters and optional PS3. Thanks, Blake!
Now that we’ve already seen the Karma, Fisker’s folding hardtop Karma S should come as no surprise; still, as the world’s first plug-in hardtop convertible it’s both sexy and green.
The Scuderia Ferrari F60 is an update on the traditional F1 racer, with a bigger front wing and smaller rear aerofoil; it’ll also have slick tires and a Kinetic Energy Recovery System.
With names like splined shaft and basic quatation, these Ruckly Engineering Glasses are perfect for liquor-swilling geeks who use standard deviation while pouring out shots.
Larger than the A6, details are scant on Audi’s Sportback; what we do know is that this lithe four door coupe concept is the basis for a 2010 production model that’ll be called the A7.
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