Monday, April 19, 2010

Black Beauty hides a raucous machine behind its pretty face

Bike lovers are a hard-to-impress community, as some insist on originality while others are motivated through modification. So, for all those who look forward to explore the custom-made territory, this Black Beauty from Roland Sands Design (RSD) is worth your time. Meant to be ridden by a former AMA 250 GP National Motorcycle Racing Champion, the Black Beauty features sticky tires, road-racing forks, radial brakes and lightweight wheels on RSD’s routine Harley-Davidson Softail. Equipped with a 95 cubic inch powerhouse, the Black Beauty features a pretty face in gold, black, and silver along with a high-mounted RSD exhaust for that raucous roar.

Via: Motorcycling Mag
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Thursday, April 8, 2010

CA$H.CAMO Bentley by Dartz is all money to the core

Dartz has done it again. The Russian tuner has already impressed us with the armored Kombat T98 luxury SUV, the €1million special Monaco Red Diamond Edition and lately, the Porche covered in whale skin vinyl. This time, the luxury SUV purveyor, in collaboration with car tuner TopCar, has designed a one-of-a-kind Bentley, which they will showcase at the upcoming Top Marques Monaco show. Christened as CA$H.CAMO Bentley Continental GT, the car is inspired by the DARTZ.KOMBAT tank itself. Interestingly, the word “CASH” has been spelled with a “$” sign instead of an “S.” Every time you open the door, you will feel the “cash.” The tuned car is wrapped with Kevlar vinyl that merges the camouflage color with a picture of a €500 banknote. Moreover, if you happen to buy this crazily luxurious car, you’ll also get a bottle of RussoBaltique vodka as a gift.

Thanks, Leonard F. Yankelovich [Dartz]
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Saturday, April 3, 2010

Red-hot diamond up for grabs at Sotheby's

As Christie's, will be auctioning two of the world’s most exceptional jewels in the April 22 auction, there’s still more to dazzle as Sotheby’s Australia’s upcoming April 12 sale of antique and contemporary jewelry is marked by the first red diamond ever offered for public auction in Australia. With its estimated value standing between $645,065 and $921,556, this 0.82-carat, fancy purplish-red Argyle diamond flanked by a pair of fancy blue diamonds in a round brilliant-cut diamond surround and set into a platinum ring will be accompanied by a letter from Argyle Diamonds attesting to its rarity.

Via: National Jeweler Network

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