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Mercedes Sls Amg Gt3 45th Anniversary Edition

To mark the Mercedes-Benz SLS 45th Anniversary, a very special edition was presented. The 6.3-liter V8 SLS AMG GT3 supercar construction was supervised by Bernd Schneider, winner of the German Touring Championship. It intends to conquer, not only collectors of the German brand, but also car racing fans. However, there are two drawbacks: first, its price, never below $500,000, and finally, the fact that there are only five units for sale, which greatly raises the dispute...get your check books out fast!



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1981 FJ43 Copperstate

FJ Company specialize in performing full, frame-off restorations of the classic Japanese Toyota FJ series. With over 40 years of experience, these guys only work with vehicles that maintain their original engines and gearboxes, the first step in their restoration process is to choose the best FJs in the world. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop is this stunning 1981 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ43, a special edition purpose-built for the Copperstate Overl...
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ROYAL ENFIELD 500CC | BY RAJPUTANA CUSTOMS | Image

ROYAL ENFIELD 500CC | BY RAJPUTANA CUSTOMS

Rajputana Custom Motorcycles is our latest custom motorcycle workshop discovery, they are based in Jaipur, India. The latest build to roll out their garage is the impressive "Assault" a raw, minimal, and subtly painted Royal Enfield 500cc Classic conversion. We love the headlight and matte green/black color scheme on this build. Head over to their website and check out some more awesome conversions....
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INTERLOCK | INTEGRATED SEATPOST LOCK | Image

INTERLOCK | INTEGRATED SEATPOST LOCK

How cool is this? a lock that hides inside your bike! Interlock is a cable lock stowed inside a seatpost, its universal and can be installed on virtually any bike. Simply pull out the cable, and run it through your frame, rear wheel, and bike rack when it comes time to leave your rig outside. When not in use, it is easily hidden and conveniently stored. You never need to remember to carry your lock again! watch the video Learn more from Interlock, or purchase...
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