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The Johnny Cash Show ran for about two years and featured a slew of incredible folk artists like Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell. To reward the Man in Black for the success of the show, ABC, the network that aired it, gifted the musician this 1970 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. The ride, which recently sold for $88,000 at Barrett-Jackson, is—shockingly—all black. The stunning Rolls was special ordered by the network and features gold “JRC” initials on the rear doors of the long wheelbase ride. Since it already sold, you can’t spend your savings on it. That said, putting on Folsom Prison Blues and staring at it is pretty enjoyable too.

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Timex is a stalwart watch brand that’s been making some of your favorite everyday watches for as long as you’ve been wearing watches. If you want to draw on the childhood nostalgia and vintage-style that made you love watches in the first place, look no further than this Timex x Peanuts exclusively for Todd Snyder collaboration. It’s a modern version of a retro Timex watch that’s built for everyday wear while still having plenty of old-school chic with Snoopy telling the time. It’s a watch that’s sure to impress regardless of what you’re wearing it with.