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We’ve seen quite a few, let’s call them “interesting,” listings pop up over the years on the Bring a Trailer auction site. The 1969 Ford Bronco with a Mustang engine will always be one of our favorites, but this 1991 Range Rover County Classic with a BMW V12 is up there as well. That’s right, this relatively unassuming Rover has a 5.0L M70 V12 from a 1992 BMW 750iL crammed under the hood that originally put out 300 hp and 330 lb-ft of torque when new. That powerplant is mated to a rebuilt ZFHP22 4-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range locking transfer case from a Defender D90. In terms of additional upgrades, it also has Old Man Emu springs and shocks, custom bell housing and flexplate, Yokohama-wrapped aftermarket wheels and a dual exhaust. Things get even more Frankenstein-y on the inside, with Recaro seats reupholstered in tan leather, wood accents, a 3-gauge pod in the console and an infotainment system on the dash that has absolutely no business being there. It definitely needs a lot of work, but with a relatively solid exterior and good bones, this could be the project car you’ve been looking for if you want to piss off your neighbors.

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Digging for the scoop in a bag of coffee means you’re going to get grounds stuck under your fingernails. Not clamping that bag shut when you’re done means those grounds could also end up all over your shelf. The Coffee Scoop Bag Clip solves both those problems. The stainless steel Coffee Scoop Bag Clip has a 1 tablespoon measuring cup on the end of the clip for easy scooping and sealing.