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300sl Panamericana

The 300SL Panamericana is a remake of the legendary Mercedes 300SL of the 50s, it gives you the opportunity to drive the glorious classic with the same appeal as the original but with performance and the latest technical standard of the cars of today. American company GullWing America (GWA) from San Antonio - Texas has developed the 300SL Panamericana inspired by the mythic Mercedes 300 SL "Gullwing", many details of comfort were added to the new version, also added was a new 5.5-liter V8 and 408 hp engine turning the car into a pleasure and fun to drive.

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San Francisco based electric bike manufacturer Faraday, have presented the Porteur S e-bike, a more affordable model of their first release, the Porteur. The elegant utility bike combines state-of-the-art technology with timeless design and style, inspired by delivery cycles dating from the 1940s and 1950s, it features the same frame, motor and battery as the flagship model but at a much lower price. Its nearly silent 250 watt motor provides pedal-assist power(20 mi...
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Shelby American have got their hands on a Ford Raptor and tuned it to perfection, taking the trucks performance to even greater heights. The "Baja 700" Raptor is a 700 horsepower beast based on the last generation SVT Raptor, it has been fitted with a Whipple supercharger atop the impressive 6.2-liter V-8 engine, along with bigger throttle bodies and injectors, a bigger heat exchanger, competition designed suspension, optional Rogue Racing front and rear bumpers, 18...
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If Batman had a boat, it would probably be similar to Adastra Trimaran. The Adastra is the result of more than five years of design and planning. Designed and built by the world renowned John Shuttleworth Yacht Designs, the impressive 139.4 ft trimaran looks like a mix of aircraft with a Formula 1 car, itīs being built in Hong Kong - China, for customers Anto and Elaine Marden. Check out the pictures of it being built. via Gadget Review  ...
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