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Handcrafted by Matt Couper of Autoworks International, “Obsidian” blurs the line between vintage and modern. At first glance, it appears to be a modified late model Mustang, but in reality it is a one-off custom 1967 Mustang. Aptly named after a glassy volcanic rock, Obsidian features not one but two Rotrex superchargers that sucks cold air through custom intercoolers and an induction/extraction hood. Balancing the 800+ horsepower are Tremec 5-speed, coilover suspension and 4 point roll-cage. Even the engine and transmission were relocated to achieve a 50/50 weight distribution. Brembo cooled and slotted disc brakes brings everything to a halt in a hurry. Hitting the Barret Jackson Northeast auction later in June. Check it out.

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Whether you’re talking about their knives, everyday carry gear or collaborative pieces, every single thing that bears The James Brand name is built-to-last, incredibly useful and purposefully designed. While we’re incredibly fond and reliant on all of their options, The Elko–their most minimal pocket knife–is our current favorite. Designed to attach to your keychain / EDC with the included titanium keychain, this small but mighty Swedish 12C27 stainless steel blade with anodized aluminum handles is the perfect tiny blade for all your everyday needs. If your EDC doesn’t include The Elko, you’re missing out, so get yours today.