Odds are you're never going to get to fly in an F-4 Phantom, but now you can know what it was like by taking a seat in your very own F-4 Phantom II Ejection Seat. Taken directly from one of these fighter jets, the seat was manufactured by Martin-Baker Aircraft, and has been professionally cleaned, refurbished, and riveted to a durable hand-finished steel base. Details include a seatbelt, grip handle, empty oxygen tank and release button, and both a plaque on the rear of the seat and a certificate of authenticity. Note: No longer functional, so don't expect to go flying through the roof in the event of an emergency/in-law visit.
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Whether you're late on your Halloween shopping or simply planning on attending a freaky mask party, Wintercroft Masks have you covered. Instead of wasting energy shipping you a mask, this unique service sells pre-made templates that are downloadable as PDFs. You can either print out the template and use cardboard or, if your printer can handle it, print them directly onto A4 card stock. Then you simply cut out, score, and fold your pieces, line them up using the numbers, tape the edges together, and you've got a striking mask in less time than it takes to drive to the store.
Celebrate a rich history of American cycling with the Bell x Schott 60th Anniversary Motorcycle Jacket. Created to celebrate the 1954 founding of Bell Helmets, the design of this 100% horsehide jacket is informed from decades of riding, featuring zip sleeves, a bi-swing back and underarm footballs for greater range of motion, a zip-out pile liner for added warmth when necessary, a tonal Bell rally stripe, and slash-cut chest and side pockets. Limited to just 250 individually-numbered pieces.
Celebrated chef Sean Brock is known for the intelligent reinterpretations of Southern classics that are served in his three restaurants. Heritage lets you bring some of these excellent dishes home, with recipes that cover everything from comfort food like Pickled Shrimp and Hoppin' John to more complex, restaurant-ready dishes like Crispy Pig Ear Lettuce Wraps and Slow-Cooked Pork Shoulder with Tomato Gravy. More than just a collection of recipes, the book also features notes from Brock, explaining his own background with the ingredients he loves so much.