Exotic cars offer mind-numbing speeds and sculpted, gleaming beauty -- but once you leave the parking lot, how's anyone to know you've got a tiny thimblecock? With a RaceChair, that's how. Philly-based RC grants your office a little slice of speed by ripping seats out of the sportiest sports cars and skillfully adapting them into desk chairs -- lord knows even your Aeron couldn't keep up with your blistering 105WPM...man, you can type. Donor whips include designed-for-track machines (e.g., Ferrari F50s, Lambo Diablo GTs) and late-model super-rides (Maserati Coupes, Ferrari 550s, Porsche GT3s) whose owners've either wrecked or race-converted them (i.e., paid thousands of dollars to upgrade seating to "wildly uncomfortable"). After retouching the leather, each seat's mated to wheeled aluminum alloy bases, steel "synchro-tilt" frames, and height-adjustable rotating/pivoting armrests; all metal comes in either metallic silver or black, or RC'll match any paint code/sample and spray on a full automotive finish -- making your chair look mighty fine, until that dickwad Johnson keys it for finger-swiping his jar of peanut butter. If you insist on pretending to be happy with your current chair, RC also offers one-off auto-cessories like framed race steering wheels, carbon fiber coasters, and a polished, spherical Ferrari 430 shifter-knob paperweight, letting everyone in the office know you hang out with John Kruk.