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We’re all for modern innovations, performance enhancements and creature comforts, but there are still quite a few cool cars from the ’80s that we love because it was the era of wide bodies and mean, angular lines. The 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC AMG Widebody Coupe you see here is the perfect example of that. It’s not quite as murdered out as a Buick Grand National GNX–that could be fixed with a tint if you’re interested–but this Mercedes is just as impressive performance-wise because of the 6.0-liter V8, custom coilover suspension, big brakes and new wheels. The interior is equally as impressive with gray zebra wood and red/black leather combination throughout. The car might be old enough to drink, but it’s only showing 32,000 miles from new which means it’s probably going to fetch a pretty penny when it rolls across the auction block as part of Russo and Steele’s Scottsdale Auction from January 16th – January 19th.

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When it comes to multi-tool brands, there’s Leatherman and everyone else. For almost four decades, Leatherman has been the name to beat and Bond is the perfect reason why. This 14-tool option with minimal design was inspired by founder Tim Leatherman’s original PST multi-tool and weighs in at 5.8oz. This stainless workhorse has a durable 420HC blade, set of standard screwdrivers and Leatherman’s other tools, so you’re covered for all your projects. Whether you’re a fanatic or a first time user, the Bond will find a place in your EDC. Upgrade today with the Bond.