• Jul 6, 2007
Much like the Sex Panther cologne in Anchorman, which was "made with bits of real panther," Alfred Dunhill's enthusiast-oriented Provenance cufflinks are shaped like miniature Ferrari 250 GTOs, and are made of actual Ferrari 250 GTO aluminum body panels. Worry not, friends, as we're quite certain that Dunhill isn't wantonly slaughtering GTOs for the sole purpose of keeping French cuffs stylishly managed. A few panels were probably enough to make a full production run of the limited-edition baubles, which are as close to actual Ferrari GTO ownership as some buyers are going to get. With a price tag of $1800, even that subset of customers will assuredly be among the very well-heeled.
[Source: Dunhill via Acquire Mag]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      $1,800 for 2 lil chunks of soda-cans.. Um Ok so it was from a car, but still. Its cheeeeeeep metal.. They must have used a New car and passed the cost on to the buyer..

      I mean.. Come-on.. They aint even Silver or Gold Plated..

      Made from the aluminium metal panels of an original 1962 Maranello Ferrari 250GTO

      Oh.. Ok.. So its a Classic too.. Bet it was in mint.. LOL
      • 7 Years Ago
      I think these are awesome pieces.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Pathetic.