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Australian camper trailer and caravan makers have the uncanny ability to inject the general tiny, easy towin' spirit of the teardrop trailer into something that looks more like a weapon built to end all wars. The Sheoak from Lumberjack Camper Trailers is the latest such design, a 15.6-foot (4.8-m) two-sleeper that would be retire quite happy if it never saw a kilometer of pavement in its usable lifespan.
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Fascinating research reveals evidence for the first time suggesting deep brain electrical stimulation directly increases dopamine releases in the brain.
The Monterey Car Week auctions left the collector car world in a state of shock. Sales totals were expected to be similar to 2018 when 850 cars sold for US$370 million but when the hammer fell for the final time in Monterey, just 770 cars had fetched $245 million – a shortfall of 80 cars and $125 million, or 34 percent down. Here's a car-by-car glance.
Baobab is a spacious tiny house that's designed to maintain a comfortable interior temperature, whether in harsh winter weather or a hot summer day.
Stripped back and super affordable, this modular urban getabout can carry plenty of cargo – and even passengers.