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As if there weren’t enough reasons to want to be a rockstar, here’s another to add to the list. You gain access to cars we plebeians can only salivate over from afar. Proof? Check out this insanely beautiful 1960 Porsche 356 Emory Motorsports built for John Oates, of Hall & Oates fame. As Emory is wont to do, the aftermarket Porsche shop decked out an already-stunning vehicle with bespoke niceties to make it one of a kind. An Outlaw-4 engine rests under the hood and is mated to a Porsche 911 901L 5-speed. The black powder-coated wheels are sincere showstoppers and so are the Pirelli tires Emory tossed on. Hydes cognac leather clads the interior, which is equally eye-catching. Alas, we’ll practice our chords and hope to one day have the name power to pull in such a ride.

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Howler Brothers flannel shirts bring buttery soft warmth to your fall lineup. The Harker’s is simple enough to be a staple in your closet but funky enough to stand out. The Stockman Flannel Snapshirt warms up western styling with a tonal western yoke and metal snaps so you can rodeo your way through winter. The Stockman Stretch carries the same DNA but also adds a bit of stretch to the bloodline. They’re all soft, versatile and ready to keep you toasty wherever you roam. The only issue is that it’s tough to pick just one.