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Ferrari, Porsche Design, Lamborghini, Jaguar - Premiere Collection

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May 1, 2008

Little legend
Here's a highly detailed 1:18 scale model of the legendary Martini Porsche 911 Turbo 2.1 RSR from 1974. With Herbert Muller and Gijs van Lennep at the controls, these prototype racers were the first turbocharged 911s ever raced in North America. Characteristic features included a spectacular 6.5-foot-wide rear wing designed for the high-speed sweeps of Le Mans. Complete with Martini Racing decals in silver, red and blue. $149
www.porsche-design.com

Black bag
Inspired by Lamborghini's penchant for contemporary design, this ultra-modern briefcase is as stylish as they come. Made in Italy, the black leather case features two exterior pockets with brass Lamborghini engraved crest shaped clasps. Features also include a soft pigskin exterior and goatskin lining. $849
www.lamborghini.com

Piping hot
Even the people who have everything probably don't have an F1 exhaust signed by Ferrari CEO Jean Todt. This F1-2000 pipe is a reminder of one of the finest years for Ferrari racing, clocking 10 victories with 10 pole positions, and winning both F1 world titles in the process. The year also marked the first World Drivers' title for a Ferrari driver after a 21-year gap. $6,114
www.ferraristore.com

Buckle up
Made of die-cast zinc, this six-pot racing brake caliper belt buckle is as unique as it is functional. The chrome-plated buckle is coupled with an attractive black 45-inch genuine leather belt. $29
www.autoartmodels.com

Nambe pamby
This full-lead crystal Tilt Decanter and accompanying Tilt glasses by Nambe-offered exclusively through Jaguar-provide an elegant way to entertain. The stopper is etched with the Jaguar leaper and logo, creating a subtle touch for this stylish and whimsically designed set. $175
www.jaguar.com

Cache tray
Although intended as a repository for ash, more appropriate items for such an elegant tray would be a Maserati key, or at least some loose change. Crafted in blue porcelain, it features the legendary Maserati Trident in rich contrasting sliver. $38
www.maserati.com

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