Globetrotters can have a tough time finding accommodations to meet their nomadic needs. If a giant motorhome isn’t so much your style, the Terracross by UNICAT might be just the thing you need. A small, home on wheels (available in family sizes as well), is a great solution to adventure seekers all over.
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This remodelled garage is the ultimate in modern design and the perfect man cave!
If you really want to sit behind the wheel of a Porsche 911, nothing can stop you! You don’t have to shell out $100k for a Porsche, just build one, like this guy did!
International Motor Show In Moscow held in 2012. The exhibition center “Crocus Expo” Corresponding phototelegraphy ran the camera for some rooms.
Moscow International Motor Show 2012 (MIMS) is one of the finest trade events for the automotive industry in Russia.
Every summer Arab billionaires come to London to escape the heat. Of course, they take their expensive cars with them .
Golf used to be exciting. There were argyle socks, knickers and Tam O’Shanters to coordinate. Woods were made of actual wood, and would occasionally shatter upon impact with the ball. People who wanted to play golf had to slog through the often-damp links on foot, prior the invention of Gore-Tex golf shoes. But with the recent revolution in golf equipment technology, playing golf has become tediously boring. Rare-earth metal drivers with ham-sized club heads catapult GPS-guided nanotechnology balls directly to the green, tweeting the golfer’s score en-route via 4G LTE. Putting greens automatically adjust for errant taps, rewarding duffers and hackers with praiseworthy handicaps.
All that soggy, wood-shattering plaid excitement led to forty years of snooze-worthy golf carts. Since the ‘50s, when carts became accepted at even the finest clubs, the same basic design has persisted. But when golf got boring, golf carts started to take up the slack. Here are six over-the-top carts sure to bring the excitement back to your golf course.
1. Liberal Guilt Cart
Envisioned by a group of ‘90s dot-com millionaires who were forced by sudden wealth to eschew ratty hoodies in favor of collared shirts while sharing country clubs with fossil fuel barons, this solar cart’s shade canopy not only protects pasty IT professionals from melanoma, but also charges the cart’s batteries! Naturally, Hammacher Schlemmer offers it in four snazzy colors. No word on iPod connectivity.
2. Antique Cart-vertible
There is nothing quite like the feeling of the 5 MPH wind in your thinning, combed-over hair while traversing the fairways in Streetrod Productions Kustom Karts inscrutably named LE290A. Apparently, LECART was already taken. You’ll provide instant class to the shoddiest goat track in this retractible-roofed beauty. Or, you’ll get mugged for your fancy cart. Even odds.
This supercar is owned by a Swiss businessman Ueli Anliker & is called “Anliker McLaren SLR 999 Red Gold Dream”, the wheels and headlights are made of 24 carat gold beautifully painted in 25 layers of red paint with 5 kg of gold dust worked into it. The 5.4 litre engine has power boosted from 640 bhp to 999 bhp which gives the top speed of 210 mph (340 km/h).
A team of professionals spent around 30,000 hours to build this car and have spent more then £3.5 million ($5.5 million) working on this vehicle.
This is now being sold for £7 million ($10.9 million).