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There’s an unspoken rule that anything a dad embraces soon becomes uncool. A more succinct way to say this: All fads end with dad. But what was often declared uncool often becomes cool again in hindsight. Ankle socks. Those clear aviator eye glasses. And family cars. We wanted to take a look at ...
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We've all spent time snapping together little Lego bricks to make spaceships, cars, unflattering portraits of our siblings, and anything else we can think of. But some people take Legos really seriously, creating crazy models that require knowledge of robotics, real-life engineering, and even the ...
The Dome Zero (童夢-零, Dōmu Zero) was a prototype sports car from DOME Co. Ltd that was exhibited at the 48th Geneva Auto Show in 1978. The Dome project was started by Minoru Hayashi in 1975, with the goal of producing sports cars using knowledge gained from auto racing.The Zero was to be their first production road car and Dome planned to produce a limited number for sale in Japan.
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NEW YORK --Three years after it closed its beloved toy store on Fifth Avenue, FAO Schwarz is making a return to New York. A new FAO opens Friday in Manhattan's Rockefeller Center, about 10 blocks ...
YIKES!. Looks like an overgrown pit bull terrier thought it was a chew toy.