1959 PORSCHE 356

Timeless Garage
from Lisbon, Portugal, is a classic car workshop that is dedicated to
the true lovers of vintage cars. Tiago Freixo, the owner, grew up with
cars and inherited from his grandfather his passion and business. Now he
makes dreams come true for those who want to customize their vintage
car or who want to add one more to the collection. An example of his
work is this gorgeous 1959 Porsche 356
that went through a complete bare metal restoration. They replaced the
traditional chrome bumpers with more contoured and fitted ones and then
lowered to provide a sportier feel. It also has an overhauled engine
updated with weber carburettors, and the horsepower was increased from
60 to 100bhp. Carrera wheels were also fitted to this dream car that is
synonymous with style. Continue reading

KOIO PRIMO SNEAKER

Koio is an Italian sneaker company that sells luxury shoes for a
fraction of the cost. Inspired by the beautiful vintage leather duffels,
the Primo hi-top sneakers
are Koios flagship product. Crafted from vegetable-tanned vachetta
leather and a hand-brushed finish, the Primo is made by hand in the
Marche region of Italy, constructed with vegetable tanned Vachetta
leather, lined with buttery soft, smooth calf leather sourced straight
from Italy, outfitted with durable cream rubber sole and finished with
hand-painted edges, hand-brushed with specialty waxes and oils. Each
boot has a unique look due to the hand-brushing process, and will only look better with age. Continue reading

COMBAR OUTDOOR MULTI-TOOL

The Combar Outdoor Multi-Tool
will soon be available for purchase and it has some cool features that
make it a desirable piece of equipment. First of all it?s made in Israel
(designed by former IDF soldiers), so top quality is assured, it is
built tough, to last, plus it is a real versatile tool, with great
design, hence the reason it just won a reddot design award that
described it as combining “sophisticated ideas for sensible use in
nature with optimum handling.? So if you?re on the prowl for a
versatile, rugged, well designed and portable tool this surely is an
option that?s worth a serious look and consideration. You get a
stainless steel axe and hammer plus a titanium spade all of it in a
compact and easy to carry package. Should you choose the pro version,
you get 2 extra tools, a saw blade and a removable knife. Shockingly,
however, the whole thing weighs just 2.8 pounds, making it ideal for
camping, through hikes, and extended stays in the great outdoors. watch the video below Continue reading

The BMW Volkswagen Fikobike – A 1500cc VW-Engined BMW R60

The BMW Volkswagen Fikobike is a one-off custom motorcycle built by Dallas oilman Lee Fikes in the autumn of 1967. He had a BMW R60 but its 600cc horizontally opposed twin wasn’t producing as much power as he wanted, so he embarked on a project to install a modified 1500cc Volkswagen flat-4.

Fikes had bought the BMW to ride to the Yucatan Peninsula on his honeymoon, it’s the eastern-most part of Mexico that contains the cities of Cancún, Mérida, and Playa del Carmen. His reasoning was that the original 600cc engine wasn’t going to be powerful enough to carry two people and their luggage. Of course, it almost certainly would be powerful enough, but there’s no denying an engine that was over double the size and at least twice as powerful would be a lot more fun. Continue reading

IN-DEPTH: The Hublot Classic Fusion Ferrari GT races ahead

The story in a second: One of the best, most interesting watches of 2019. The case Wow. What a difference a case makes. Hublot, along with their friends at Ferrari’s Centro Stile, has taken the traditional Hublot design codes, deconstructed them, put them through the ringer a few times, and re-assembled them into something that’s very Hublot, but also completely fresh. The lines are dramatically softened, and the overall look is reminiscent of that bubbly, biomorphic school of watch design… Read More

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Author: Felix Scholz