As opposed to the sportier California Spider, the GT Cabriolet was designed for cruising in comfort. This 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II is a perfect example. It's powered by the original, matching numbers Colombo V12, mated to the original gearbox. It was originally built for Italian businessman Angelo Moratti, just the 33rd of 201 ever built, and has since been completely restored to its original Grigio Acciaio color with Rosso interior. Ferrari Classiche certified, it has only 63,286 km on the odometer, and includes the highly desirable factory hardtop.
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An iconic brand has an equally iconic model to share with you. After unearthing a design from the 1940's and 50's that was a US military issued boot, PF Flyers looked to Todd Snyder for an update to these PF Flyers x Todd Snyder Grounder shoes. The new kicks have a tough military vibe, but are perfectly suitable for everyday wear. They feature a rugged, rubber outsole with elevated rubber foxing, 14oz military spec'd canvas, pig skin leather lining, gunmetal eyelets and lace tips, and a leather ankle patch with embroidered edging. Consistent with the PF Flyers line, this boot/sneaker hybrid also features the company's signature comfort insert and premium materials from heel to toe.
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The Works Progress Administration's posters were a crucial part of our National Parks' success. See America: A Celebration of Our National Parks & Treasured Sites takes these classics and reimagines them for modern times. A collaboration between the Creative Action Network, National Parks Conservation Association, and artists around the world, this easily devoured book spreads artwork for 75 parks across nearly 200 pages, making it a fitting tribute for the Park Service's 100th anniversary.