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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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KAWASAKI KZ400 | BY LA CORONA MOTORCYCLES

La Corona Motorcycles is our latest custom motorcycle workshop discovery, they are based in Barcelona - Spain. Their portfolio is small but impressive, and most conversions are simple but sweet. Our pick from their work is this beautiful Kawasaki KZ400, stripped from all non-essential and bulky items. With simplified engineering and appealing neutral color scheme this is a true beauty. Check out La Corona Motorcycles website for more of their fine work....
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OXBOARD

Oxboard is like a Segway without armrests, looks much cooler, and is much easier to carry and store. Developed by a Dutch company, Oxboard combines the technology of Segway and the cool of the skateboard culture, it is easy to ride and extremely agile. The two-wheel electric vehicle is operated with your feet and subtle body shifts, you can move forward, backward, make turns and even rotate 360 ​​degrees around your axis. It contains enough energy after ...
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VICTOR BIKE

Victor Bike is a concept created by designer Christophe Robillard of Montreal. A great design that stands out by its unique frame. In a very minimalist approach the frame consists of a single tube that is bent to connect to the back wheel. Christophe says: "I created an object which harmonizes with the townscape while respecting the charisma and the dignity of the cyclist: such values I hold dearly."...
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