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Magnum Marine 80 Speedboat | By Pininfarina

Produced by American boat yard Magnum, Marine 80 stands out for itīs aggressive styling - the work of Italian studio Pininfarina, designers of a number of Ferrari cars. It has two engines totaling an amazing 5200 hp - the equivalent of six F1 cars! - enabling you to navigate at speeds of more than 60mp/h. The 80-ft speedboat can accommodate up to eight people, it features four double staterooms with king size beds.



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Mercedes E-Class All Terrain 4x4 | Image

Mercedes E-Class All Terrain 4x4

Mercedes have introduced the spectacular E-Class All Terrain 4x4, the ultimate off-road luxury wagon. This one-off Mercedes was conceived by Mercedes engineer Jurgen Eberle and borrows some parts from other models, including body cladding, flared fenders and a portal axe setup that has been taken from Mercedesī off-road cars. The rugged E-Class will get you through any terrain in style, inside it features all the amenities of a modern Mercedes, such as a leather-wra...
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KAWASAKI S1 | BY TWINLINE MOTORCYCLES | Image

KAWASAKI S1 | BY TWINLINE MOTORCYCLES

Like most Fridays, we try to showcase a stunning motorbike find, this Friday is no exception. Today we feature a new discovery, custom motorcycle workshop "Twinline Motorcycles" of Seattle. We picked this awesome 1975 Kawasaki S1 conversion from their portfolio, a dark and subtle cafe racer with street fighter style head lights. Make sure your stop by their website and check out some more of their fine builds....
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FARADAY PORTEUR ELECTRIC BIKE | Image

FARADAY PORTEUR ELECTRIC BIKE

Meet Faraday Porteur, an electric propelled utility bicycle, the ultimate bike for modern living. An electric bike that combines state-of-the-art technology with timeless design and style, inspired by delivery cycles dating from the 1940s or 1950s. Faraday has built-in lithium batteries, its motor is controlled by a simple thumb switch and delivers up to 15 miles of pedal assist on a single charge. After a long ride, the Faraday recharges in just 45 minutes. It come...
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