1933 Model 1 Enigma Cipher Machine

The Enigma was invented shortly after the end of the First World War, and it would go on to be one of the most important machines of the Second. The device itself is relatively small, about the size of a mobile typewriter, but it was capable of encrypting messages in any of 159 million million…

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Walking Dead: Norman Reedus’s Yamaha XV920

The Walking Dead The Walking Dead has been a breakout success since it began airing in 2010, it’s been so successful that television shows have popped up that are dedicated to talking about each episode, just after it airs. The show is based on a series of graphic novels of the same name, it’s a…

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Earnest K-Canvas® Tasker Motorcycle Pants

K-Canvas is a new material developed by the team at Earnest Co. to offer the comfort and wearability of cotton canvas, with the extreme durability of Dupont Kevlar®. Through trial and testing they created a fabric with 52% heavy duty canvas and 48% Kevlar® that’s comfortable to wear, and is so strong it easily passed…

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1960 USAF Training Film – Dogfighting In Jets

This original USAF training film from 1960 gives a 20 minute introduction to the art of dogfighting in fighter jets – otherwise known as Air Combat Maneuvering. At the beginning of the 1960s jet fighters were still relatively new, the first having been flown only 15 or so years prior. That said, men had been…

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1900 Gasmobile Runabout

The Gasmobile Runabout was one of the fastest road cars in America in 1900, it might not look like a sports car now but it trounced all comers in the leading auto races of the day – with its mighty 3 hp engine and top speed of 25+ mph. The Gasmobile Runabout was built by the…

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Jack Ehret’s Vincent Black Lightning

Jack Ehret, the Black Lightning, and the road near Gunnedah On January 19th, 1953 Jack Ehret rolled his Vincent Black Lightning onto the gleaming asphalt near Gunnedah in eastern Australia where a 2 ¼ mile straight straight stretch of road had been closed by an accommodating constable, so Jack could take a shot at setting a new…

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The Väktare Ranger Waxed Motorcycle Jacket

The Ranger Waxed Motorcycle Jacket by California-based company Väktare uses an outer shell of 7 oz. waxed sailcloth combined with an under-layer of 1000 Denier Cordura for toughness and abrasion resistance. A layer of genuine Sherpa Wool has been added to the collar and inside the cuffs to minimize windchill during the cooler months, and…

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1975 Shadow DN5 Formula 1 Car

The Shadow DN5 is a Formula 1 car that was raced in the 1975 and 1976 seasons with some notable successes, including a pole position in its first ever race outing at the 1975 Argentine Grand Prix. Impressively, the car set a new lap record and beat out the likes of Ferrari, Lotus, McLaren, Williams,…

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Timex MK1 Aluminum Field Watch

The new Timex MK1 Aluminum Field Watch is perfect for those outdoor activities that might result in damage to your slightly more expensive wristwatches – no one in their right mind goes rock climbing in a Daytona. At just $69 USD each, the Timex won’t break the bank and it still offers an anodized aluminum…

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Rally Fighter

The Rally Fighter was first released in 2010 by American company Local Motors. Each is built by hand in the USA, and somewhat unusually, customers are required to go into the factory to help build their own car alongside the engineers, technicians, and mechanics who work there.

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Ferrari 412P at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona

This meticulous print is the result of countless hours involving a team of artists to recreate the scenes, sights, and sensations of the pit lane after the legendary 1967 24 Hours of Daytona. It’s the work of Unique & Limited, a company that uses a group of graphic artists, photographers, and 3D modelers to offer glimpse…

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1932 Ford V8 “Pete Henderson” Roadster

All ’32 Ford Flathead V8s are special, but this one is more special than most. Hell, some even say this is the car that launched the art of ¼-mile drag racing. In 1944 there was a guy in California with a particularly quick quarter horse (a horse that can run fast over short distances) who’d developed…

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