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Ferrari Fxx K

Ferrari have unveiled the latest evolution of its flagship hypercar series, the new FXX K. The impressive beast is powered by a 6.3L V12 engine delivering 1,050 cv, and features a 7-speed automatic transmission. Other notable features are the front end splitter, a dynamic rear wing, and "fighter jet” vertical fins along the flanks. More photos of this insane machine below.



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CUSTOM BUILT CLUB BLACK #02 MOTORCYCLE | BY WRENCHMONKEES | Image

CUSTOM BUILT CLUB BLACK #02 MOTORCYCLE | BY WRENCHMONKEES

This is a custom built bike by Wrenchmonkees they are a Copenhagen based custom bike shop, their work has have been featured in various publications, museums, and exhibits. The bike featured here is named Club Black #02, itīs a custom built Harley Davidson Sportster. Check out their website for other amazing looking bikes....
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HUGE MOTO CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE KIT | Image

HUGE MOTO CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE KIT

Thanks to this awesome bolt-on kit by Huge Design, you can now transform your Honda CBR1000RR into a spectacular Sci-Fi Streetfighter. The Huge Moto custom Motorcycle kit lets you customise any Honda CBR1000RR from 2008 or beyond, without the use of any special equipment or welding, simply use standard tools to mount the provided hardware and follow the instructions provided. The kit includes unique upgrades such as stacked headlights, levers with integrated turn si...
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YAMAHA VIRAGO | BY DOCS CHOPS | Image

YAMAHA VIRAGO | BY DOCS CHOPS

Another stunning custom Yamaha by Greg Hageman from Docs Chops. We had featured recently another of his customs, a Mid-80s Virago Cafe built for Season Two of Cafe Racer on the Discovery Channel. His latest build is this radical 1982 Yamaha Virago transformation, another eye-popping café racer. Check out Gregīs talent for transforming rusty bikes into beautiful machines on his website. source images by: erick runyon...
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