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Gaming seat made from a Mini Cooper

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on February 27th, 2011

Do you have a spare Mini Cooper in your garage? If so, maybe you can make an awesome gaming chair out of it like Designer David Gawthorpe did with this halfcut of a Mini Cooper. It took two-years to do, but he stuck with it and the end result is pretty stunning.

It opens up to reveal a force feedback chair, speakers, a racing wheel, and pedals for all your racing games. There’s also a mini fridge, strobe lights and even a smoke machine. Beneath the seat there is an Xbox 360 console. It will cost you $12,883 (£8000) and it is in London.

Mini Cooper 4GB flash drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on August 10th, 2009

Mini Cooper 4GB flash driveIf you like small cars that can really zip around and you absolutely need one in your USB port, this one is for you. Green-House has created a new USB flash drive that takes the form of a 1959 mini cooper.

It’s available in two different styles and features rotating wheels and headlights that actually work when the flash drives are plugged in. Inside you’ll have 4GB of storage. Now for the bad news. They will cost you about $102. Each. For that price they should move around on their own and be rc.

Space Invaders and Pac-Man art cars

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on July 1st, 2009

Space Invaders and Pac-Man art carsPimping your ride with new shocks, struts, and a more powerful engine is all well and good, but if it can’t get by on looks alone what’s the point? These art cars are real lookers. These mini Coopers put the geek on the street my brotha.

Who wouldn’t love a Pac-man and Space Invaders themed car? These beauties were designed by Matt W. Moore, who clearly has a love of retro arcade games. This Pac-Man version is the best. Click through to see the Space Invaders car, which also rocks my geek socks.