In an undisclosed warehouse, RM Sotheby's is housing 130 cars dubbed the Youngtimers Collection. The selection of automobiles includes rare rides from the 70s, 80s and 90s like a 50th Anniversary Nissan 300ZX Turbo and a Porsche 928 GTS. In this exclusive peek inside, automotive journalist Chris Harris gives a tour of this dream garage.
For Christmas 2018, Google launched their Home Alone Again ad campaign, featuring Macaulay Culkin as a grown-up Kevin, home alone in the same house on over Christmas. To wrap up the time warp, Joe Pesci watches the commercial and waits for his big moment, setting around the television with friends and family.
From particles and dust to bacteria and contaminants, the air is full of harmful pollutants. The O2 Curve Mask offers superior protection from these hazards without sacrificing comfort. Its lined with medical-grade silicone to create a seal that can block particulate matter down to 0.1 microns while adjustable straps and soft silicone ear loops provide a secure, comfortable fit. As far as respirators go, the compact design is pretty stylish. It comes with a white shell but is also available in black, red, and blue. Each mask includes a 3-pack of electrostatic filters.
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Earning him an Academy Award, Gregory Peck's role in Robert Mulligan's 1962 film To Kill a Mockingbird was one of his most iconic. Almost equally as famous are the glasses he wore in the film. Made in collaboration with the Peck Estate, Oliver Peoples' Gregory Peck sunglasses brings back the classic style of Atticus Finch with a design inspired by the character's signature frames. Each pair is handcrafted from layered acetate while a three-barrel hinge provides added durability and polarized glass lenses reduce glare for maximum clarity.
Height: 47mm / Bridge: 23mm / Length: 150mm
Frédéric Sausset scratched a finger on vacation in 2012. Days later, he was fighting for his life from a bacterial infection that would eventually take both his arms and his legs. Refusing to let his disability define him, the Frenchman and life-long motorsports fan decided that he would set the highest possible goal for himself — racing in one of the most prestigious sporting events in the world, the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Before it became the star of a blockbuster trilogy of films, the DeLorean was the brainchild of the rockstar of the auto industry — John DeLorean. A former GM executive, DeLorean left (or was fired) from GM and wanted his revenge in the best way possible: By launching his own car. A deal with the UK, a plant in Ireland, and finally a trial and acquittal for laundering drug money killed his car. But the DeLorean would go on to have an amazing rebirth and a special place in the hearts of cinema-loving car fanatics.
Powered by high capacity 60-volt lithium-ion batteries, the new Greenworks 25-in self-propelled, cordless lawn mower features the industry's largest cutting width and delivers better-than-gas performance without the noise, fumes, or harmful emissions. The mower is also equipped with the industry's only dual-port auto switchover technology, so when one battery depletes, the mower automatically switches to the second battery for longer, uninterrupted runtime. The self-propelled drive system with variable speed control reduces fatigue, and the 2-in-1-discharge mode allows you to bag or mulch. Each mower is also equipped with a steel cutting deck, seven cutting heights, on-board battery indicator and EZ Fold handles for compact storage.
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Presented by Greenworks.
One of our favorite pieces of gear, the Soto Pocket Torch transforms a disposable lighter into a full-on, wind-resistant mini-blowtorch, capable of reaching temperatures of up to 2,300º F. The Pocket Torch produces a superfine blue flame that's equally great for lighting campfires or cigars, and provides a 20-minute burn time. It works with most disposable lighters, and now ships with a refillable lighter so you don't have to go out searching for one that fits.
Compatible Refillable Lighter Included.
Hot rods have been an American institution since the advent of the automobile. With the rise of the electric car, there was some worry about the decline of the DIY culture around cars. That's turned out to be a totally unfounded concern — and this Tesla-powered 1981 Honda Accord proves it. Using a Chevrolet Volt battery pack and Tesla electric motors, the Teslonda can go 0-60 as fast as a Bugatti Chiron for a lot less money.