Kiddo Motors, the trading name of Sergio Armet. He’s a one-man-band running a custom and service workshop in Barcelona, Spain, and this is his first build. “Kiddo Uno” started life as a 1988 Honda NX650 Dominator, but it’s a very different machine now—with deep classic colors and a rich, quilted brown leather seat.
Frankfurt Motor Show this year has provided many majorsurprises, but some of them even left the audience open-mouthed. Is the case of replicas made of scrap metal and usedauto parts, exposed by a German company, which complies withfidelity design models such as the legendary 300SL GullwingMercedes-Benz, Porsche Spyder or the old Auto Union fireball. The replicas can be purchased, the price of a Mercedes Gullwing reaching 69,000 euros. Opening the hood or trunk door brings them closer to the real object replica.
Porsche Spyder – 39000 euro
Auto Union racing model – 54000 euro
He has nearly two million fans and a book deal. But Boo isn’t a reality TV star, actor or a pop singer – he’s a pet dog. The five-year-old Pomeranian has the fame most celebrities dream of after amassing 1.79million fans on social networking site Facebook. And Boo is also a hit with the ladies. He attracted the attention of Hollywood stars including Khloe Kardashian, who posted a picture of the dog on her blog last year and singer Ke$ha, who Tweeted that Boo was ‘her new boyfriend.’
His owner, who has concealed her identity and location in the U.S. and uses the pseudonym J.H Lee told Time:’My friends loved looking at pictures of him. ‘We started the first Facebook page as a joke.’
Boo shot to fame when he realised the key to looking so good in photographs is a great haircut. The canine’s unique look is down to an happy accident – his long hair was so knotted, it had to be shaved off.
Lee said: ‘The groomer said they wouldn’t even be able to get a brush through him. ‘I was really upset when I heard that. But when I picked him up, I found he was actually really cute that way.’
Boo has been busy promoting his new book, a collection of photographs entitled ‘Boo, the life of the world’s cutest dog.’ The £8.99 book features exclusive photographs of Boo ‘doing all his favorite things, lounging around, playing with friends, exploring the whole wide world, and making those famous puppy-dog eyes