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As much as we love red Ferrari supercars, they might be a bit too flashy for everyday driving. But Ferrari did more than just make cars that were slathered in poster form on high-school boys’ walls. Back in the day, there was a Pininfarina-designed V12 2+2 that might just be the ultimate gentleman’s vintage Cavallino Rampante. The 250 GTE 2+2 grand touring car was created to help fund daddy Enzo’s racing passions, and it ended up being the best-selling Ferrari of its time. This particular 1962 model is now up for auction, and it’s a worthy one with Nero black over Beige leather, space for four, and the original engine and manual gearbox with floor-mounted three-pedal setup. The last owner was none other than Jamiroquai front man and Ferrari collector, Jay Kay. If you can pony up the near half-million dollar expected price, you won’t just get a legendary GT car with Ferrari Classiche certification but also a car you can pretty much guess no one else in your ‘hood will have in his garage.

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We’ve long been obsessed with Things Organized Neatly, the Tumblr, Instagram account, and book that displays collections of items arranged in pleasing ways. It’s the reason we’re hard at work on this puzzle. When finished, the puzzle depicts a collection of retro video games and gaming systems aligned ever so perfectly. Each is made in the USA by the New York Puzzle Company and features original photography from artist Jim Golden. At 1000 pieces, it will put you to work for some time, but when you complete it you can use some puzzle glue and frame it on your wall. Out of chaos comes order, right?