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  1. A first-time visitor to the Collector Studio Motor-sport Gallery ( www.collectorstudio.com ) in downtown Toronto likely will feel a tad overwhelmed. The 2,400-square-foot store almost overflows with...
  2. A car equipped with four turbochargers strapped to a massive 16-cylinder engine may sound, at first, as though it might be overqualified to win the Best of the Best blue ribbon for our convertible...
  3. At the Detroit Auto Show, a month before Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, Audi unveiled a concept vehicle that had more than a few cold-weather-lovers daydreaming of six more weeks of winter...
  4. The pretty yellow two-seat Cubs built by American Legend Aircraft Co. expertly blend the classic and the cutting-edge, combining old-time fun flying with the latest in technological wizardry. Their...
  5. LVMH’s impressive stable of luxury brands includes, among others, fashion labels Louis Vuitton and Givenchy; Champagne houses Moët & Chandon and Veuve Clicquot; and the Royal Van Lent shipyard,...
  6. Aston Martin believes in choices. The company already offered an embarrassment of riches ranging from the V-8-powered Vantage to the million-dollar-plus One-77. Now England’s winged wonder—with...
  7. < Back to Concierges' Guide to London ANDERSON & SHEPPARD A member of the Savile Row Bespoke tailors, this outfit is popular with "American clientele" for its "trendy" cuts. But "service is...
  8. Palmer Johnson, once the most traditional of yacht builders, bet its future on the sport yacht design in 2002. Its market moved from American owners, many of whom preferred the stacked-wedding-cake...
  9. Palmer Johnson shows no signs of slowing as it prepares to launch the PJ170. As the current economic slowdown becalms many yacht manufacturers, one U.S. shipyard is speeding ahead at full throttle...
  10. When, toward the end of a career that spanned nearly eight decades, Pablo Picasso was asked which work he considered his finest, he supposedly replied, "The next one." Some art critics today might...

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