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Vilner Mini Cooper Italian Job Edition

Mini Coopers are lauded for their incredibly fun handling characteristics and sporty S configurations, but their plasticy interiors tend to drive off more discerning customers. Not so with the Vilner Mini Cooper Italian Job Edition ($TBA). This specialty Cooper S conversion replaces the standard interior with seats of diamond-quilted Nappa leather, two-tone Alcantara coverings for the inner roof, pillars, and trim, and an exterior featuring a custom matte gray paint job, a matte black roof, trim, and wheels, and classic racing lines with side number decals.

  • 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

    Have you been lusting after Chevy's reborn Mustang-killer but have your heart set on a drop-top? Meet the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible ($30,000 and up). Significantly reinforced to retain torsional stiffness -- more than the BMW 3-Series convertible, we might add -- this Cammy features a power-folding top made from thick, durable canvas with an acoustical headliner to keep things quiet when it's up, with a 312 hp V6 engine in the standard model or a 426 hp, 6.2L v8 in the SS model, either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission, and a wind-beating sound system with a dedicated sub located in the trunk. Expect to see a lot of these on the road next summer.

  • Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger RT

    Sure, they aren't great movies, but one thing that is great about the Fast & Furious series is the cars. Now you can own Dominic Toretto's dream ride by picking up the tab on this Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger RT ($130,000). Unfortunately, this one doesn't hold the mythical, blown 528-cubic-inch Hemi V8, but its black satin body, automatic transmission, gray interior, and 350 Chevy V8 did make it to the silver screen, so at least that's something. [Thanks, Eric]