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Knight Rider R/C Car

November 7, 2007 Robert Birming 8

What would be the next best thing after having your own robot version of David Hasselhoff? Probably your own radio controlled KITT.

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VW USB Memory Sticks

October 28, 2007 Robert Birming 8

Maybe you remember the homemade retro car USB memory sticks from a couple of months ago. Here’s a fun and cute alternative to those muscle cars; the VW Beetle and Camper Van USB memory sticks.

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R/C Bumper Cars

October 2, 2007 Robert Birming 9

These gorgeous Remote Controlled Bumper Cars ($40) are sold in sets of two. Simply pick your color, blue or red, and start challenging your friends.

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USB R/C Car

September 3, 2007 Robert Birming 5

If you prefer something more of a desktop gadget car, rather than the laser combat ones from yesterday, then maybe this USB R/C Car ($30) is what you are looking for.

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Laser Combat R/C Cars

September 2, 2007 Robert Birming 2

Some of you might remember the Picoo Z Sky Challenger R/C helicopter that we covered not long ago. Here is the same idea, but with cars instead.

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Space Invaders Car

August 26, 2007 Robert Birming 3

Who wouldn’t want to take a ride in this awesome Space Invaders car? Maybe dressed up in the Space Invaders tie or necklace for the special occasion.

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Cassette MP3 Player

August 25, 2007 Robert Birming 7

Connecting your MP3 player to the car stereo with a cassette tape, nothing new there. But this Cassette MP3 Player from Chinavasion Wholesale Electronics takes a different approach by acting as the MP3 player itself.

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Retro Car USB Memory Sticks

August 4, 2007 Robert Birming 2

San Diego based artist Becky has created a series of fun and cool retro car USB flash memory sticks and made them available for purchase at her Etsy shop: 1GB Muscle HOTTRod ($30) 1GB Blazin Green Machine ($30) 256MB LowRider CLASSIC ($17) (Via technabob)

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Star Wars Talking Dashboard Statues

August 1, 2007 Robert Birming 2

Do you sometimes feel a bit lonely when driving around in your car? Now you can let one of the Star Wars Talking Dashboard Statues ($10) keep you company. Choose between Darth Vader, Yoda and C-3PO.

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Moller M200G – Your Own $100K UFO

July 20, 2007 Robert Birming 5

Wow, Moller International has started the production of M200G – a “flying car” capable of hovering 10 feet off the ground and cruise at a speed of 50 mph. The craft will cost somewhere between 90,000-125,000 USD, depending on engine costs. Here’s a video clip […]

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Laser Guided Parking System

July 18, 2007 Robert Birming 4

Do you have tendency to bump into things when parking your car in the garage? Or do you simply want to be able to tell everyone that you have a laser hanging in there? Try the Dual Laser Guided Parking System ($26). It activates automatically […]

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Solar Race Car

July 12, 2007 Robert Birming 0

This red Solar Race Car ($24) is a great example of a fun toy that doesn’t require any batteries. All it takes is some sun, which currently here in Sweden is as easy to find as an iPhone. It’s impossible, in other words.

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CarryCool – Your Jolts Will Love It

July 9, 2007 Robert Birming 1

The CarryCool ($155) tote bag is a handy way to keep your beverage cool in the car on a hot summer’s day. Just plug it into your car lighter socket and enjoy the ride. Available in three different colors. Size: 14.5×15.7×11 inches. Weight: 5 lbs. […]

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Ferrari GTO Cufflinks

July 4, 2007 Robert Birming 0

Alfred Dunhill is the creator behind these gorgeous limited edition Provenance Cufflinks ($1800). Made from the aluminium metal panels of an original 1962 Maranello Ferrari 250 GTO – sculpted to capture the aerodynamic figure of the classic car itself. (Via acquire)

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My Way Or The Rug

July 2, 2007 Robert Birming 1

No, it’s not a new Google Maps feature where you can hit a button to create a rug from your personalized maps (that will probably take another six moths).