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  1. As the country thaws following a particularly intense winter, those emerging from hibernation will be greeted with a number of products that help tame the great outdoors.
  2. Conceived in late 1962 as a road-legal racer, the diminutive Porsche 904 remains Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche’s high-water mark of functional—and exquisite—design.
  3. Jeweler Cartier innovative work combined Roman, Egyptian, Indian, and Chinese elements with striking geometric forms.
  4. The connection between the Lotus C-01 and the eponymous sports-car company is only nominal—Lotus licensed its brand name to the motorcycle’s manufacturer—but the bike still has plenty of street (and...
  5. Built on spec, the first Overmarine Mangusta 110 found a buyer within hours of its arrival in Florida in February for its debut at the Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show.
  6. There was a specific reason for commissioning the Wider 165, a yacht that will become the Italian yard’s largest build when it is completed in 2016.
  7. Aston Martin enthusiasts know David Brown as the man who saved the marque from extinction and whose initials are appended to a series of the company’s cars.
  8. In the new Les Perles de Chanel collection, pearls are presented in elaborate, one-of-a-kind pieces that incorporate gold-and-diamond camellias, stars, feathers, and other signature themes of the...
  9. As eye-catching as the finely detailed moon-phase display on the back of the A. Lange & Söhne Richard Lange Perpetual Calendar Terraluna may be, the real beauty of this $229,400 watch is its...
  10. The inspiration for the new Ralph Lauren RL67 Black Safari Flying Tourbillon was the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic Coupe that is the star of the designer’s famous car collection.