The DB5 is more famous. But it was the DB4 that laid the groundwork. Presented here in its original Goodwood Green with Red Connolly leather interior, this 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series II is one of the most original, well preserved examples around. It was one of just 125 left-hand-drive models built, and still has its original matching numbers 3,670 cc six-cylinder engine. That powerplant, combined with the four-speed David Brown gearbox, let the car go from 0-60 in under 9 seconds on its way to a top speed of 140 mph, making it one of the fastest cars of its day. This example has had only three previous owners, and arrives with its original UK logbook, invoices, service history and chromed wire wheels.
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Surrounded by ancient pines in the State of Mexico. the Cinco Casas used careful planning to create privacy on less than two acres. The collection of five modern homes sit horizontal on a natural slope. Minimal disruption to the environment conserved all but 1,200 square meters of forest, allowing them to seclude every structure with the surrounding nature. Crafted from wood, glass, steel and concrete, each residence is composed of three areas — a living room and terrace, four bedrooms, and a service area. Glazed walls, doors, and roofs open the interior up to every inch of the lush greenery.
Weber Arquitectos/Rafael Gamo
Summer might be winding down, but for people that love hoppy beer, a fresh, cold, IPA is a year-round obsession. Add Wise Blood IPA from Wild Heaven in Georgia to your list of late-summer sippers. It's a tropical fruit forward IPA with a clean finish that is one of several tasty, hoppy brews to come out of Georgia in the past couple of years. It measures 6.2% ABV and comes in 12oz cans with a great neon lettered design.
Its predecessor was an instant success, as it immediately became the premier way to play classic NES games. That title now belongs to the Analogue NT Mini. Still fabricated from a solid block of aluminum, it's much smaller than the original, yet offers the same high-quality video and audio components. Thanks to the company's Retro Receiver technology, you can enjoy lag-free wireless control, and with HDMI output and upscaling, it works great with modern TVs.
Like its hard-topped sibling, the Lamborghini Centenario Roadster was created to mark the 100th anniversary of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini's birth. It also shares the same naturally aspirated V12 pumping out 770 hp, the rear-wheel steering, carbon fiber body, and CarPlay-ready 10.1-inch touchscreen. Where it differs is the open-air driving experience and arguably sleeker styling, but sadly, it's also limited to just 20 units, all of which have already been spoken for.