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Evanta 1959 Aston Martin 1:1 Scale Model

You might want to try re-reading that. Indeed, the Evanta 1959 Aston Martin 1:1 Scale Model (TBA; Auction) is just as big as the original, arriving on a parts tree that measures just over 20' x 11'. Included in this insane kit are four Aston Martin wire wheels with Dunlop race tires, a "Mota Lita" 15" wood-rimmed Aston Martin steering wheel, a pair of race seats, an aluminum gear knob and lever, a full dashboard, a replica of the LeMans trophy, and an Aston Martin cap signed by Roy Salvadori and Carroll Shelby, who drove the original to victory at the 1959 24 Hours of Le Mans.

  • Burritob0t

    No, it's not a robotic burrito — it's even better. The Burritob0t ($TBA) is a robot appliance that's designed to make burritos using tried and true methods of 3D printing, spreading one layer of Mexican goodness on the tortilla at a time until perfection is achieved. How much will it cost? Who knows! All we know for sure is we want one for the Uncrate HQ kitchen, ASAP.

  • AirSlab

    Yes, we know the new Retina MacBook Pro has asymmetrical fan blades to cut down on noise — but ideally, those fans wouldn't be kicking on at all. That's where the AirSlab ($50) comes in. Crafted in the US from full grain Walnut veneer or Baltic Birch, each one is made to fit Apple's 13- or 15-inch portables, and sports a bevy of perfect circular holes to promote cooling, as well as cork feet to attach for desk use — which also means that it's great for keeping the heat away from the boys when your using it on your lap.