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Bumblebee Camaro Ss

Michael Bay, the Transformers director, has put up for auction his own 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS (the very same model that played Bumblebee in Transformers: Age of Extinction). The one-off muscle car was heavily customized for its appearance in the 2014 blockbuster, and features a Fuel-injected Corvette LS3 engine, 6-speed overdrive transmission, custom suspension, a 9-inch Ford rear end, a roll cage, Wilwood brakes, leather seats, touchscreen navigation stereo system, racing wheels, low-profile tires, and hideaway headlights. "Bumblebee” will be auctioned at Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona in January.



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FEDERAL MOTO HONDA CB550

"Fade To Black” is the name of the latest build to roll out of the Federal Moto workshop. Commissioned by Grant Harvey, a Canadian film and television director, the sleek bike started off as a 1975 Honda CB550, but Federal Moto gave it their trademark makeup of classic lines and simple vintage accents, or as the guys put it: "simple lines, no bullshit, and just the right mix of old 70´s Honda and modern touches”....
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QUINNY LONGBOARDSTROLLER

Remember the longboard stroller? Well, after two years of intense development, the bold concept becomes reality! Developed by Quinny (a high-end stroller-maker), the longboardstroller is the perfect antidote to boring strollers, making way for a hip new option for urban mobility with children. Although unique and very exciting, the product was developed with the child´s safety in mind, and was designed specifically for this application, it features specials trucks a...
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VANMOOF BICYCLES

Vanmoof is an ambitious young Dutch company that was born from a love for bicycles and a hunger for change. The basic idea is to help all citizens of the world to move around within the city in a fast, easy and stylish manner. According to Dutch designer Sjoerd Smit, everything unnecessary was removed from the bike, only maintaining comfort, simplicity and style. The bike is light, with no cables in sight, it features a LED light powered by a solar panel, it has 3 g...
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