Vintage Shelby Cobras draw plenty of attention on their own, but if you want to ensure that everyone in the vicinity will notice you, this 1965 Shelby 289 Cobra Alloy is just the thing. Outfitted with polished aluminum bodywork, the car was originally built for Carroll Shelby himself to add to his personal collection — which means that it's a Continuation model built in the last 20 years, not an actual '60s model — and features an upgraded 427 engine, a five-speed gearbox, an 8,000 rpm tachometer, a paperclip roll bar, a white-coated side exhaust, 15-inch wheels, black leather upholstery, a Statement of Origin signed by Shelby, and an odometer that shows only 56 miles of motoring.
Automatic pet feeders are nothing new. Thankfully, the SmartFeeder is far more than an automatic feeder. Using advanced algorithms, this feeder and app combo finds the ideal food recipes based on your pet's description. It also records your pet's eating and weight history, recommending changes in its diet as needed — even going so far as to analyze food selections for potential allergens — can inform you when your pet's food is running low, order and have it delivered to your house and, yes, automatically feed your pet when you're away, whether via a predetermined schedule, or on demand via a remote trigger from your phone, tablet, or computer.
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