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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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ITALIAN VOLT ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE | Image

ITALIAN VOLT ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE

Innovative start-up Italian Volt have introduced a spectacular electric motorcycle that can be customized into whatever its owner wishes: roadster, scrambler, café racer, or even a personal theme. Forget the grating engine noise, the oil spots and the smell of gasoline, the Lacama Electric Motorcycle is quiet, eco-friendly, and still offers high performance, with the electric motor transfering 94 hp to the back wheel via belt drive, and producing a maximum to...
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CUSTOM KITS | BY MOTO GUZZI | Image

CUSTOM KITS | BY MOTO GUZZI

Italian motorcycle manufacturer Moto Guzzi are following the custom motorbike craze and have made available for purchase several custom kits to help you personalize your ride as a cafe racer, scrambler, or any style that sparks your imagination. The kits are aimed at the brandīs V7 Motorbike, but as you might be aware, customizing a motorbike is all about being original and mixing different parts while leaving full creativity to the craftsman. via...
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YAMAHA SCORPIO | BY THRIVE MOTORCYCLE | Image

YAMAHA SCORPIO | BY THRIVE MOTORCYCLE

After working their magic on the stunning Yamaha XS650, Thrive Motorcycles are back again with an impressive and creative build, based on a 1984 Yamaha Scorpio. The unusual body is the result of a rough sketch drawn at the briefing with the client, it is made from aluminum to achieve the grey industrial look but to also save precious weight. The eccentric ride was also fitted with Kenda trial tyres, a custom clutch and brake lever, a custom dashboard with indicators...
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