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Garia Soleil de Minuit Golf Cart

We always appreciate it when companies are upfront about their outrageous pricing, so when we saw that the Garia Soleil de Minuit Golf Cart ($52,000) was being hailed as "the world's most expensive golf car ever made by a manufacturer," we knew we had to check it out. Sure enough, it packs in plenty of crazy features for those of you who spend more time on the course than you do at your mansion, including a carbon roof, custom paint, two-colored, hand-stitched seats, alcantara roof lining, a LED speedometer, custom wheels, and an available built-in refrigerator. It is quite expensive, but that's the price you pay to be able to boast that your Porsche and your golf cart were made in the same factory.

  • NASA Space Shuttles

    NASA's official night launches might be over, but you can recreate them with one of the remaining NASA Space Shuttles (roughly $28 million). Space Shuttle Discovery has already been sold, but Atlantis and Endeavour are both still available, representing not only a verified piece of human history but billions of dollars worth of government funded R&D. Plus, you know, it's actually been to space, not unlike a gigantic moon rock that you'll need more than just a little shelf space to display. [Thanks, Andrew]

  • Armor Horse Vault XXL

    Need to cruise in style, but with celebrity-like security? Check out the Armor Horse Vault XXL ($150,000 and up). This beastly, Brinks-like armored limousine is built using UL-rated thermal & composite ballistic panels and bullet-resistant windows, and offers security features like dual emergency escape hatches that double as skylights, and dual emergency gun ports for fending off zombies attackers. Of course, it's still a limo, so it also offers the appropriate luxuries, including seating for up to 25 people, an L-shaped wet bar, a variety of LCD screens, a powerful stereo system, and even a retractable, neon-lit "entertainment" pole. [Thanks, Ricky]