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Mercedes-benz G-wagon Lapv 6.x Concept

With the the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon Light Armoured Patrol Vehicle 6.X CONCEPT, Mercedes-Benz is setting the new standard in armoured patrol vehicles. A revamp of the LAPV 5.4, this new model will be lighter to increase agility, while achieving 150km/h speeds that can transport cargo of 1.3 tons. With the LAPV 6.X Concept, Mercedes-Benz has created the ultimate "go any” vehicle.



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QUADROFOIL

Quadrofoil is a thrilling, sustainable electric watercraft that lets you fly over water! Aerodynamic design, precision engineering, and patented steering technology enable it to glide on water and provide an entirely new and thrilling water experience. The lightweight, eco-friendly watercraft is almost silent and has zero emissions, it has a cruising speed up to 20 knots and a range of up to 62 miles on a single charge. via watch the video Due to ship in ...
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KAYAK 1 | BY MCLELLAN JACOBS

Kayak 1 is a stunning boat craft, it features a minimalist design fused with rich materials. It is the result of a collaboration between New Zealand designers Jamie McLellan and Andy Jacobs. Kayak 1 is a lightweight, single person recreational vessel, built using carbon fibre by America´s Cup boat builders in New Zealand, with timber detailing made by the country´s most highly regarded furniture maker. Kayak 1 can be ordered in different finishes and materials...
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1932 FORD 5-WINDOW COUPE BODY

If you´re a petrol head looking for a new DIY project, look no further. Classic car specialists United Pacific are selling a kit to build your own 32 Ford coupe! The US company have teamed up with Ford to build the body shells, doors and other body components of your dream hot rod. You can complete your official build by purchasing the engine from Ford Component Sales. via Click here to see the 1932 Ford 5-Window Brochure ...
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