Britain's Brightest Steve Mould slows down his bead chain experiment for a mesmerizing display of scientific wizardry.
Galactic bounty hunter Boba Fett makes his Star Wars debut during this 1978 screentest.
You'd be hard pressed to find a more reliable, accurate EDC knife than the Fastball. The latest addition to the Gerber family is Made in the U.S.A. with a Wharncliffe steel blade that has a light, stone-washed finish, and an aircraft-grade aluminum sage handle. The folding knife has an intuitive finger flipper opening, and also makes use of Gerber's revolutionary B.O.S.S. Tech: where balls of stainless steel leverage a ball-bearing system that guarantees smooth, consistent deployment, and helps this knife live up to its name. The Fastball is finished with an easy-off liner lock, and a three-position pocket clip, with a blade that measures 3 inches with an overall length of 7.1".
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With a muscular shape and aggressive stance, the Harley-Davidson LiveWire is unlike anything that's come before. The LiveWire is the latest example of the innovative spirit of the most iconic motorcycle brand in the world. Its permanent magnetic electric motor provides instant torque, so a flick of the wrist takes you from 0 to 60 in 3.0 seconds without any of the shifting or clutch work required by its combustion-based cousins. The motor sits below the battery to lower the center of gravity for easier handling, a fully adjustable Showa suspension helps improve the ride further, ABS and Traction Control for enhanced cornering and Brembo brakes ensure you can get it stopped in a hurry. The bike also has a 4.3 inch, full-color touchscreen. Built-in LTE connectivity and the H-D Connect service gives you remote access to bike vitals, its location on a map, and security alerts if it's bumped or moved through the Harley-Davidson app. Available in three color options, the LiveWire is coming to dealerships this August.
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Before Bear Grylls even thought about being a urine-drinking embryo, Dick Proenneke was surviving the Alaska wilderness without the help of a camera crew or special effects. After leaving civilization in 1968, Proenneke spent the next 30 years living a solitary life, building his cabin, hunting for food and exploring the frosted forests, while documenting his adventures along the way.
Lambrecht Chevrolet Company has been an urban car legend in Nebraska for many years. After decades of being closed up, VanDerBrink Auctions finally got to crack open the vintage motor time capsule, and what they found was a Chevy-filled heaven.