We already told you what you need to know about the world’s first and only turbine-powered 1989 Batmobile built by Casey Putsch of Putsch Racing 11 years ago in 2011. Fast forward to 2022, Casey’s replica of the Batmobile from Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman remains the one and only that is turbine-powered.
In celebration of the emerging art scene and also its 25th birthday, independent Swiss watchmaker URWERK has teamed up with American contemporary artist Cooper Jacoby for a one-of-a-kind timepiece based on its iconic UR-102, dubbed the UR-102 “Reloaded”.
Do you guys remember Steve McQueen’s 1970 Husqvarna 400 Cross? Apparently, the late superstar and motorsports enthusiast had at least two Husqvarna 400 Cross. The Husky you see here, a 1971 Husqvarna 400 Cross, is the other one McQueen brought in 1971 through his film production company Solar Productions.
It will be nice to see a driveable, real-life version of the Porsche 911 as seen in Pixar’s animated movie Cars. Clearly, that won’t happen and so, the 2022 Porsche 911 ‘Sally Special’ Car you see here is the closest you will ever get to driving that cartoon character.
The maker who brought you Bugatti Baby II and Aston Martin DB5 Junior has shrunk yet another automobile icon, the Ferrari Testa Rossa. But this example is no ordinary scaled TR, it is the 2022 Pebble Beach Edition Ferrari Testa Rossa J by The Little Car Company.
Germany’s bike lock maker Texlock (stylized as tex—lock) and fellow bicycle maker, Moeve (stylized as Möve) have come together for a very special one-of-a-kind bike lock and e-bike combo for the benefit of charity and it is now going on the block.
This is a one-of-a-kind camera made in collaboration between Leitz Photographica Auction and Leica AG for this year’s auction. It is not hard to see why this camera is a stand-out.
Ever wanted to get into NFT but worried that it will go poof overnight? (though it probably will not). Well, here’s one NFT that, knock on wood, if it becomes nothing, you will still have a physical item in your name. Folks, this is the 1:1 NFT and the last Lamborghini Aventador Coupé ever produced, …
Between becoming an actual race car driver and pretending to be one with a self-bought race car, there is a more affordable way to feel as if you are part of motorsports history. And that is to buy a piece of automemorabilia. Not just any automemorabilia, btw.
If you missed the opportunity to secure the Nike MAG Back to the Future II self-lacing shoes when it was released in 2011 and in 2016, and you also did not manage to secure the pair that went under the hammer at a Heritage sale, well then, we have awesome news.