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Ariel Nomad

The same guys behind the spectacular Ariel Atom high-performance supercar, have introduced, the outrageously fun-looking, Nomad. The two-seat rugged off-roader is powered by a Honda 2.4-liter four-cylinder iVTEC engine, delivering an impressive 235 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque! The lightweight buggy(just 1,477 pounds) can hit 0-60 in 3.4 seconds, and reach a top speed of 125mph. You can choose to customize your Nomad for what you want to do and exactly how you want it to look. It is like a remote-control buggy made real! watch the video



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1967 FORD MUSTANG SUPERCHARGED FASTBACK | Image

1967 FORD MUSTANG SUPERCHARGED FASTBACK

Car auction house Barrett Jackson have listed a one of a kind vehicle, a chance to own this one-off custom built 1967 Ford Mustang Supercharged Fastback owned by former NBA player Dan Gadzuric. The stunning vehicle was customized by Matt Couper of Autoworks International in El Cajon, CA, it is equipped with a Tremec TKO 600 5-speed transmission and a fuel-injected 392ci V8 with twin Rotrex superchargers and a pair of custom intercoolers that give it a mind-blowing 8...
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TREK LANCE AMSTRONG DISTRICT BIKE | Image

TREK LANCE AMSTRONG DISTRICT BIKE

Trek now offers a closer look into its District bike made in collaboration with Lance Armstrong. Among the many features, the bike boasts a carbon fiver frame, carbon fiber composite yellow belt drive system....
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HONDA CB125 CUSTOM | BY HAJARBROXX MOTORCYCLES | Image

HONDA CB125 CUSTOM | BY HAJARBROXX MOTORCYCLES

This cool little bike was custom built by indonisian Hajarbroxx Motorcycles. Most of the motorbikes available there are under 250cc, so Hajarbroxx specializes in small-engined motorcycles. This bike named KillHill is a customized 1970s CB125, built for a client who wanted an ‘Army Green hill climber’. Classic and vintage bikes are their references, with a little post-apocalyptic twist in the details. Via bikeexif ...
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