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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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JAMMOCK HAMMOCK

Ever felt like chillin´on the top of your Jeep or on the back of you truck? Well, Jammock Hammock was made just for that. The Virginia based company thought of a way to use Jeep´s roll bars or the back of your pick-up truck as support for a hammock enabling you to enjoy a beautiful sunset or a starry sky by night. Get the most out of your vehicle and use it in a new way, build memories with more enjoyable moments between man and machine. Jammock Hammock is made in U...
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JON OLSSON AUDI R8 RAZOR GTR

We recently featured the spectacular camouflage Lamborghini owened by Swedish professional freeskier and alpine ski racer Jon Olsson. Besides skiing Jon also has a huge interest for cars, his latest toy is this stunning Audi R8 Razor GTR conversion. Customized by PPI Automotive Design, it features a staggering 600 horsepower v10 engine and is equipped with a ski transporter box. ...
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BMW R80 | BY ER MOTORCYCLES | Image

BMW R80 | BY ER MOTORCYCLES

Our latest motorbike workshop discovery is from Slovenia. ER Motorcycles owned by Blaz Sustarsic has rolled out this impressive conversion of a 1983 BMW R80 which he calls "Mobster”, named after well-dressed gangsters. The bike is painted in a stunning bronze color and features beautiful leather details. We shall definitely keep an eye on future builds from these guys. via...
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