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The Confederate Hellcat C3 X 132

Limited to just 150 units, Confederate Motors has unveiled the 2012 Confederate Hellcat. Yes people they are taking orders online at Work & Cycle. The new model combines 132-cubic-inch Copperhead power with the Confederate power train technology. You can order one for $45,000 and expect delivery in 2011. Check out the specs… Engine X132 Copperhead; 132 cubic inches 56° Square-twin; …

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Check out the IWC Aquatimer Chronograph Edition J-Y Cousteau

IWC has produced an Aquatimer Chronograph Edition Jacques-Yves Cousteau to mark the 100th birthday of J.Y. Cousteau. Cousteau was a pioneer of underwater research and championed greater protection for the world’s oceans. As long term supporter of the Cousteau Society, IWC has over the years produced four limited edition watches in honor of the great man. This latest timepiece is …

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Bvlgari Parentesi Sunglasses

Bvlgari is coming out with new Parentesi diamond sunglasses, have to say, I am a huge fan of everything Bvlgari and other Bvlgari fans are going to adore this new sunglasses as well. The new sunglasses are embellished with 206 pave diamonds set in 18 carat gold and feature the iconic Parentesi pattern. Only ten exclusive pairs will made and …

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World’s most expensive book sold

John James Audubon’s Birds of America has finally sold for £7.3 million at Sotheby’s London. Ten years ago, it sold for £5.7 million so it looks like the value keeps going up. The rare book, measuring more than 3 ft by 2 ft features 1,000 life-sized illustrations of nearly 500 breeds. The famous wildlife artist spent 12 years to complete …

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Audi unveils new Audi A6

The Audi A6 is set to be the second Audi model equipped with hybrid technology, which Audi said will combine the power of a V6 engine with the fuel efficiency of a smaller four cylinder unit. Drivers will be able to reach 100 km/h on electric power, although the all-electric operation will only manage three kilometers at a constant speed …

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