Dreaming Of A Motorcicle

1969 McLaren M12 Coupe

This is one of 8 original road cars worldwide.

The M12s were intended as McLaren's first customer cars based on the M8As which the team had successfully used to win the 1968 Can-Am season, as well as the M8Bs which the team were developing for 1969. However, the M12s did not share everything from the M8 series. Instead, the monocoque chassis were actually based on the early M6 series initially developed in 1967. On top of this chassis, the aerodynamic bodywork of the M8A was added. The engine bays were specifically designed to house a Chevrolet V8 engine, but several customers opted for other manufacturers. All M12s were built by Trojan, rather than at McLaren's racing headquarters

Several M12s were later modified by customers in order to cope with necessary demands. Many Can-Am M12 customers added larger rear wings for better downforce, in an attempt to keep up with competitors which had already done the same. Two M12s were imported to Japan by Toyota and received revised bodywork to allow better results at Japanese circuits as well as to fit company's own V8 engine. M12 owner Phil Scragg modified his car with smaller M6 bodywork for use in hillclimb events. One final M12 was used by Trojan to develop a street legal coupé for Canadian André Fournier.

A Perfectly Restored Miura

This 1972 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV isn't just the finest restored example of the world's first supercar. The "SV" stands for "Spinto Veloce", the final, most refined version released, with a suspension tweaked to improve handling, wider rear bodywork, larger carburetors, and revised cam timing for its signature 385hp, mid-mounted alloy V-12 engine that made it more enjoyable to drive at low RPMs. Its restoration was handled by Miura specialists in Modena, many of whom are former Lamborghini workers themselves, and heavily documented. Presented in its original Giallo Miura livery with black leather interior.

Nature Is Perfect!

Elegance Embodied In A Beta Fish

The Monti-Taste Set Glasses

Yep, It's a Bottle Opener

Bottle Opener Satin Champagne.

This Cover Is A Piece Of Art On Its Own


Suunto Kailash Watch is made for those who adventure around the world. Named after a holy Tibetan peak, it offers several globetrotting-friendly features, including automatic time and location via GPS, readouts of the direction and distance back to your hotel/camp/home, and a new logbook that shows how many countries you've visited and how far you've travelled with a single button press. Of course, it also keeps track of things like the altitude, barometric pressure, sunrise/sunset, and how many steps you've taken, is water-resistant to 100m with a titanium bezel, sapphire crystal cover, anodized aluminum case, and silicone strap, and is available in four colorways.

A Tiger In The Road

Ferrari F12tdf - Named in honor of the Tour de France — not the bike race, but the endurance road race held around the country from 1899-1986 — the Ferrari F12tdf harkens back to the days of the 1950s and '60s when Ferrari GTs dominated the race. This track-ready road car is powered by a 769 hp V12 mated to a special version of the F1 DCT transmission to deliver a 0-62 time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of over 210 mph. Other unique features include redesigned components that shave nearly 250 pounds off the car's weight, wider front and rear tracks, and the use of bare carbon fiber in both the interior and aerobridge. Limited to just 799 examples.

Porsche Mission E

The Future Is Now

Can I get one?

Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads.

Just Because It Looks Good

Just Something I Found

Small & Expensive, Just Like Diamonds

Roland Boutique Portable Synths - JX03; JU06; JP08. Where can I try them?

Vaporizers. The new fashion accessory?

The girl is beautiful.

Fantasy World

In Abu Dhabi. National Geographic.

Horton HO-229

A nazi flying wing with jet engines. Prototypes were built but never had a chance to get into battle, because Germany lost the war in the meantime.


Yep, I drew these!

I Want One Of These!

1959 Porsche 356 Emory Outlaw

And this is an almost perfect 1959 Porsche 356 Emory Outlaw.

My Cats

Stitch & Tufas.

Mixed Feelings

Gullwing America Ferrari-F-340 Concept.

1971 Pininfarina Alfa-Romeo P33 Cuneo