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Callaway AeroWagon Corvette

Legendary Corvette tuner Callaway Cars will let you order a shooting brake conversion for the C7 Corvette! Named AeroWagon, the unique package is available for the standard Stingray coupe and the Z06 coupe, and gives the Corvette a sleeker look, and the extra cargo space. The conversion is only available for the Corvette’s coupe bodystyle and should the owner wish the process can be reversed. It consists of a single element made from carbon fiber that attaches to the rear of the car and operates as a liftable hatch. Pricing is unannounced at this time.



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Bentley Continental GT Rally Edition

An off-road Bentley! We love this, partially because its just cool looking and partially because it drives automotive purists up the wall. This wild, modified Continental GT you see here was built for National Geographic’s Supercar Megabuild TV series and was recently listed for sale on eBay. This four-wheel-drive battle-car has $32,500 worth of upgrades and is fully drivable on the road, it has a 6.0-liter W12 engine with loads of torque, eight Quantum Racing adjus...
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CIVIA HALSTEAD BIKE

The Civia Halstead is a very cool looking cargo bike. The whole bike was designed around a frame mounted front cargo rack. The stylish cycle is a contemporary take on the cargo bikes of decades ago, it is the perfect ride for local bicycle deliveries or just hauling your briefcase and cycling to work. If you´re not making deliveries professionally, this bike will make you want to start....
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HONDA 2&4

Set to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, is the impressive Honda Project 2&4, a spectacular four wheeled, lightweight, open-air kart with a 999cc V4 superbike motor under the hood. Designed by Honda’s motorcycle design studio in Asaka, Japan, the 2&4 claims influence from the pivotal RA272 Formula 1 car from 1965, and is powered by a 215 hp RC213V competition motorcycle engine. The unique "floating seat” design places the driver as close to the action as po...
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