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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]

  • Wally Hermès WHY Yacht

    A private island is one of the most popular purchases among the world's über-rich, but unfortunately they tend to be stationary. Wally and Hermès teamed up to solve this problem, and the Wally Hermès WHY Yacht ($TBA) is the result. This floating island offers a host of unusual, elegant features such as a 200 square meter master suit with its own 25 meter-wide terrace, five guest suites, a 30 meter "beach" on the ocean-accessible stern, a screening room, music room, open dining room, and a 25m pool around the helipad, as well as a host of green features, including 900 square meters of solar panels, and a diesel-electric propulsion system that, in conjunction with the unique design, saves up to 200 tons of diesel per year. [Thanks, Aaron]

  • Garia Golf Cart

    You know two things when you hear a golf cart is built at the Valmet Automotive factory in Finland (where they make the Porsche Cayman and Porsche Boxster): 1) It's going to be awesome, and 2) It's going to be awesomely expensive. The Garia Golf Cart ($17,500) is definitely both. Designed by Danish designer Anders Lynge, this sexy fairway flyer sports double wishbone front suspension, a built-in refrigerator, hand-stitched seats, hydraulic brakes on all four wheels (with discs in the front and drums at the rear), and custom paint of your choice.