Chevrolet Corvette C3 Convertible, Model 1968, up for auction on Auctionata.
A nice trio of Mid-Century cameras comprising:
Brownie Star Flash camera, c. 1958–60. Eastman Kodak Co. Rochester, New York. Plastic, metal.
Babette camera, c. 1950s. Hong Kong. Plastic.
3-D camera c. 1930s–40s. United States. Plastic.
Toy Crystal Radio from about 1963. Made in Japan. A model of the original Mercury Capsule, Friendship 7, in which John Glenn orbited the earth. This little radio operates without batteries—using as its power source only the radio waves coming through the air from broadcasting stations. From Toy Crystal Radios Volume 2.
Stripped and raw…. nice..!
BMW R80 Indira motorcycle by Ton-Up.
The Piaggio Group, the Italian company behind Vespa, is teaming up with Giorgio Armani to launch a limited-edition commuter scooter named Vespa 946, after the year the Vespa first launched, 1946. Badged with an Armani logo, coloured in a dark forest green and equipped with a 125cc, 11 horsepower engine.
BMW Isetta on show at the BMW museum.
Photo by Matthias Weinberger.
Via Louxo’s Enjoyables.
What a fine looking vehicle. If only I knew more about it.
Via Mexican Breath.
Loving the super chunky Ranger 45 wristwatch from Nixon.
Germán González Garrido designed the Concrete Ball LED hanging lamp with the intention of embeding large LED COB chips during the casting process. As a result, the lamp is a monolithic concrete piece with no joints.