THIS MONTHíS MAN-CAVE MUST-HAVES
At $1099 this modelís not cheap, but it is a 1/6th scale Back to the Future Delorean with exterior body cabling, functional gull-wing doors, flux capacitor and LED headlights, tail lights, roof console and dash displays.
If youíre really flush, you can spring for the 1/6th scale Marty McFly complete with body warmer, Walkman, skateboard and camcorder the size of a breeze block.
Check out the car at bit. ly/1roOBeB and Marty arty at bit.ly/238BCf1
Shannons has launched an app for your phone or tablet. It gives Shannons customers the ability to instantly request a quote for an insurance policy, capture incidents and upload claim information. It also provides direct access to the club and the auctions. Weíre not sure if it prevents you bidding on a tempting classic while drunk. That could be dangerous.
Available e from the App Store or Google Play.
Artificially aged to look agreeably vintage, this tin sign features the classic Pontiac logo and would look great on the wall of any man cave or garage. It measures 40.5x31.5cm and costs just $18. Although Pontiacís been dormant since 2009, GM still holds the rights to the name. Maybe itíll rise from the dead again and we can all become dewy-eyed over G8s, the Commodoreís ugly American cousin. bit.ly/1OtAKPo
By the time you read this, the good folk at Precision International will be just unwrapping their very first consignment of these Edelbrock Holden Air-Gap intakes. Theyíre specially designed for street and high performance 308-383 Holden V8s that utilize the VN cylinder head. The dualplane design is tuned for excellent throttle response from 1500 to 6500 rpm.
The intakes start at $547 a pop at precisionintl.com
Itís surprisingly hard to find great clocks for your muscle car. You want something tough and classy-looking, good quality but not Euro-chintzy. Step forward Classic Instruments with their latest full sweep and short sweep clocks. Both feature a rugged air-core movement for long-lasting precision and durability.
Available in AutoCross Gray and Yellow, G-Stock, Hot Rod, Velocity Black and White, and White Hot. classicinstruments.com
Mr Spock: bad haircut, lousy banter and a certain lack of imagination in the wardrobe department. Whatís not so widely known is that he drove a Buick Riviera when he wasnít on the bridge of the Enterprise. In actual fact it was actor Leonard Nimoy who owned the Buick, and this die-cast car is based on a photo of Nimoy in full Spock getup, who treated himself to a í64 Buick Riviera and posed with his new ride on the studio backlot. Check out bit. ly/1USQTu7