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]
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]
If you're going to go racing down the side of a hill on a bicycle, you'd better make sure it's up to the task. The Mongoose Boot'R ($3,000) certainly qualifies, with features like a new FreeDrive downhill frame offering 210mm of rear wheel travel and a 150mm Maxle dropout, Kenda Excavator downhill tires, Avid Code 5 front and rear brakes, a custom Mongoose SDG Bel Air I-Beam saddle, Funn melt forged pedals, and Mongoose Lock on grips.