Artisan and Turbochargers.com’s 2010 Camaro SS SA-600 adds twin GTK350 turbochargers, a front-mounted intercooler, new exhaust system and remapped ECU, good for 600hp.
Eyecatching reflective rainbow-tinted lenses are wrapped in classic aviator-style black frames with these Mosley Tribes The Hagen sunglasses; logo at the temples and rubber tips.
Good until 5 pm PST today (5/9), Charles & Marie’s Limited Edition Phonofone II is on sale for $300; it’s essentially a passive amplified speaker for your iPod made entirely out of ceramic.
An optical replica of the legendary 1954-1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL, the Gullwing roadster sports a modern MIG-welded chassis, a 405hp 5.5L V8 and 7-speed auto gearbox.
Although it’s gaudy externally, this Ciaika coffee table is pretty sweet internally: it’ll store wine bottles, barware, and up to 378 DVDs; it also includes four side doors with hidden spaces.
We’re tempted to call the Indigo a $12k iPod Dock, but that doesn’t describe all of its features; it’s designed to serve as a hub for your analog and digital audio both wired and wirelessly.
Filmed with a modified $100,000 TyphoonHD4 camera, the slow-motion BBC footage above is absolutely stunning; it shows surfer Dylan Longbottom in a 12 foot monster barrel.
Time in a (water) bottle: the Water Clock uses magnets to drive two balls around for the hour and minute hands; you customize it by using your own plate or glass to hold water.
The Dartz Kombat T98 looks like a Hummer, but we doubt your H2 packs RPG-proof doors and windows; it can also haul overly well-fed Russian oil barons with its 8.1L Vortec V8.
Styled like something out of a comic book, Rukka’s Airob jacket packs Cordura AFT fabric, CE-certified body armor, a Gore-Tex inner jacket, and double-layer fabric in crash zones.
Harkening back to a time when Volvos were sporty, Mattias Vocks is aiming to remake the classic Volvo P1800; this one will pack a modern XC90/S80 4.4L V8, turbocharged to 550-600hp.
Monochrome simplicity belies complex materials with TAG Heuer’s Formula 1 Grande Date; it features a titanium carbide bezel, anti-glare sapphire crystal and Superluminova dials.
Sneak your toys to work in style with this Blumenau Model Train Set, which squeezes a locomotive, two carriages and a summer landscape with tunnel into an aluminum Noch briefcase.
At 4,000hp, MTU’s Engine Series 4000 isn’t their most powerful engine (their Series 8000 makes 12,000hp), but if you own a 7,200 ton frigate, this twin-turbo V20 will do the job.
At nearly double the cost but the same specs of a regular K20D, these pricey (but gorgeous) titanium 14.6MP Pentax K20D DSLRs are pure vanity; they’re limited to 1,000 pieces.
With an extra 40 hp and 72 lb-ft of torque, this Audi A5 by AVUS is modestly tuned, but its sweet matte color scheme steals the show; it’s actually a foil wrap that plays wicked with the light.
Not just Vincent but “The” Vincent, Vael is due to release this premium 8″ boot in Fall 2009; it’s made with pebbled leather, Vibram soles and leather laces and will come in three colorways.
Weekender bags tend to be fairly utilitarian affairs, but Fossil’s Redmond Duffle Bag injects some serious sophistication with genuine leather, contrast stitching and silver-tone hardware.
Forthright but with a dash of style, the Julius is a top-loading large shoulder bag made with washed lambskin and lined with cotton; it also features snap closures and multiple pockets.
Called the Schwarzenegger of watches, the Welder K29 is industrial to its core, with four hex head cap bolts, six layered dials, blackened stainless steel case and rubber strap.
G-Power claims that their modded M6 Hurricane CS is the world’s fastest Bimmer coupe at 228mph, and with a twin-supercharged engine that pushes out 750 hp, we won’t argue.
Luminox’s 3000 Series of night-friendly watches gets a style upgrade with the 3050 Colourmarks; five colors contrast against a black face with the outer dial getting a color treatment.
We’d be boogying to this Lusso Turntable too if we could afford it; at $31k, this ultra-lux record player features a carbon tonearm and motor on their own aluminum/black acrylic cones.
Victorinox’s retro-style Travel Alarm 1884 pocketwatch is sure to send steampunk fans into a frenzy; it clicks shut a-la a Swiss Army Knife and is made with stainless steel and MABS plastic.
Handy for those occasions the Great Evil shows up for dinner, these Fifth Element Stones come from the awesome 1997 sci-fi film; unfortunately, Milla Jovovich is not included.
Thank god for kooky artists like Bill Durovchic; his beautiful Gear Box Sculptures have no discernible use, but are fun for not only burning calories but a nice-sized hole in your wallet.
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