Can’t run to real Lambo? Try this handcrafted 1/18th scale Miura sculpture. Available in red, orange or black and designed by Stéphane Dufour, this interpretation of Gandini’s original supercar would look the part in any office. It retails for $520 although if you had a 3D printer and 12 years to figure out how to make something other than a stormtrooper novelty pencil top, you could probably knock one up yourself. Visit bit.ly/1nT7Vij
It’s been ten years since the passing of racing le gend Peter Brock. Holden are bringing back the Director as a tribute, but if you’re looking for a way to step up and represent Peter Perfect, then this singlet represents a cheap and unambiguous endorsement of the King of the Mountain.
A monochrome tribute to Brock’s finest Holden race cars it’s 100% cotton retails at just $25 and is available in XS to 3XL. Head to bit.ly/1UKnPbC
How could Volkswagen sell Hitler’s favourite car to the American people only a decade and a half after World War II? This was the question asked of the advertising agency Doyle Dane Bernbach in 1960.
The Lemon ad was part of a series that answered that question, simply but with a wry knowingness that was worlds apart from previously crude advertising tactics. Get your framed Lemon print from bit.ly/1prVnzm
Okay, so the history of the Confederation of Australian Motorsport sounds a bit of a dull outing. You expect to see hundreds of pictures of blokes called Geoff or Colin, wearing anoraks and smoking next to flammable liquids but in actual fact this weighty 512-page hardback tome is utterly fascinating.
The book celebrates 60 years of CAMS from 1953- 2013 and features some beautiful racing pictures.
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You’ve seen sat navs before and you’ve doubtless seen dash cams. You might even have seen units that combine both functions.
Garmin’s NuviCam adds an extra twist. The Real Vision feature displays an augmented reality view of the road ahead when approaching a destination and overlays house numbers with arrow-shaped indicators when house numbers may be obscured or missing. Genius. Check it out at bit.ly/1To3esY
It might not be in Elon Musk’s masterplan for global domination, but Radio Flyer’s Tesla Model S for kids starts ‘em young.
Using lithium-ion batteries, the car has working headlights, turbine rims and a premium paint finish with real Model S colours. No, it doesn’t have Autopilot or even Insane Mode, but 10km/h is quite fast enough.
It even comes with a car cover like the real deal.
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