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Auction Block: 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL GullwingOnce the world’s fastest production car, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing is undoubtedly one of the greatest vehicles ever made. And now that one is going to auction, it’s your chance to own a part of automotive history. But this one is special, because it has a bit of individual history, too. It was owned by Sigurd “Sig” Nygren, one part of a set of twins who survived WWII as assistant engineers working in the massive power plants deep within the bowels of ships. And he made a few fitting modifications.Eizo X-Ray Pin-Up CalendarEIZO medical imaging produce high precision displays for the examination and diagnosis of radiographs. They recently collaborated with German advertising agency BUTTER to produce a ‘What you see is what you get‘ 2010 Pin-Up calendar leaving little to the imagination…The Griff 300 DroneThe sky is the limit in the world of drone technology. Or so it appears thanks to the newly-spotlighted upcoming release from Griff Aviation. It’s their answer to the untapped market of drone-based package delivery, offering solutions for packages up to a whopping 1,760 pounds. It’s called the Griff 300, one of a series of three offerings from the Norwegian company that’s purposed to regionally transport packages that weigh up to 496 pounds.Mercedes-Benz S600 Pullman Guard used by Vladimir Putin is for sale onlineThe leader of the free world may ride in a Cadillac, but presidents of other countries have long preferred the Mercedes Pullman. Case in point: this 1995 Mercedes-Benz S600 Pullman Guard posted for sale on Germany's Mobile.Samurai Carbon Fiber MotorcycleWith so many artists and mechanics out there building and modifying motorcycles either personal use or for their client’s leisure, it gets difficult to sift through all the noise and find that special build that resonates with our particular style and preferred aesthetic. Concept motorcycles occasionally fall in this lot, this motorbike in particular, due to both its VR-like aesthetic and the fact that it looks like one heck of a fun ride.