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  1. When Matt Chambers, owner and president of Confederate Motorcycles in Abita Springs, La., unveiled the new Hellcat G2 at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota last August, he surprised himself...
  2. Patterned after m-wearing BMWs and AMG-badged Mercedes-Benz cars, V-Series Cadillacs pack more performance than the average Caddy. In building the STS-V, the hot rod version of its stately STS sedan...
  3. Starting in the heart of Palermo, Italy, the restyled 2017 Maserati Quattroporte gobbles up the 62 miles of Sicily’s northwestern coast standing between it and Erice, roaring like an infuriated...
  4. Each year in August, California’s Monterey Peninsula plays host to one of the most impressive gatherings of automobiles in the world.
  5. Recently, it seems the name of George Bamford—the visionary force behind Bamford Watch Department and most recently Bamford Auto Department —is surfacing in more places than ever. While some watch-...
  6. At nearly 3,000 acres, Laucala Island is by far the largest private island featured in these pages. The Fijian hideaway thus has ample space for an 18-hole golf course (designed by David McLay Kidd...
  7. Calculating that by this point in human history, men in the thousands will have grown weary of unisex salons, former sports-industry executives Bill Sanders and Adam Dishell have created a Los...
  8. Since first introducing finished clothing under its own label in 1991 and establishing its first store two years later, the 83-year-old Italian textile dynasty Loro Piana has opened more than 80...
  9. Golf, sport, travel, and real estate come together in this unique package from the Carnegie Clubs, Peter de Savary’s exclusive members-only retreats. You and three friends will enjoy a week’s...
  10. Calvinist missionaries from Europe nearly wiped out surfing in the 19th century, when they forced Hawaiian natives, who were the sport’s primary practitioners at the time, to desist from such...

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