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Black Sailing Canoe | By Caillou Boats

The Caillou sails at approx 40-45 degrees to the wind It seats two adults comfortably with a maximum capacity of about 500lbs. It has a retractable centerboard The mast is made from carbon fiber The sail can be reefed for those blustery days. Length: 17.5 feet Beam: 41 inches Sail area: 27 feet Cockpit: 6.5 feet Weight: 100lbs Draft: 6 inches with dagger board raised. Only 5 will ever be made. Check out caillou boats for more models




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JEEP SHORTCUT

Jeep have recently revealed this awesome little concept. The Jeep Shortcut is based on a modern Wrangler and invokes the spirit of 1950s Americana with a shortened body and functional simplicity. The ultra-capable off-roader started as a two-door Wrangler, but had 14 inches chopped out of the body making it more than two feet shorter than a standard Wrangler. The Shortcut also sheds its doors and roof, and has modifications such as a unique grille, hood, tailgate, w...
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PAL-V | PERSONAL AIR AND LAND VEHICLE

PAL-V is the first car that actually converts into a helicopter. Combining the benefits of a car and a helicopter, PAL-V shows us how our future will look like, offering unprecedented freedom, adventure, flexibility and pleasure, all in one vehicle. Fly over traffic jams, land on the other side, and drive in your own vehicle to your final destination...ultimate freedom. How cool is that! First deliveries are expected in 2014. Watch the video source...
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HARLEY DAVIDSON SIDECAR

Union is a Art Deco-inspired sidecar attached to a 1942 Harley-Davidson Model U. It was created by Italian workshop Abnormal Cycles, they specialize in making custom and special bikes. Has Bike Exif put it, there’s something reminiscent of Flash Gordon about this machine...check out their website for more original customs. via Bikeexif...
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