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Tacoma Habitat Shell

AT Overland Equipment have unveiled the all new Tacoma Habitat truck topper, a lightweight aluminum shell with robust gas springs that allow it to easily open revealing a full stand up room in the bed of the truck. With room for two adults, the shell also features a 15 foot long durable poly/cotton canvas tent (made exclusively for AT by Nemo Equipment), a built in mattress, 4 side pockets in the tent, a clothing gear loft, and numerous optional upgrades. The cantilever sleeping platform supports 600 lbs and retails at a base price of $8,600, it is available for most Tacoma´s ranging from 2005 until today.

source: HiConsumption




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HELIOS BARS

Helios Bars are now ready for order after a very successful Kickstarter campaign. Helios Bars transform any bike into a smart bike, once the bars are installed, you can download an app and connect them to your smartphone. The hi-tech Helios Bars feature GPS tracking(in case your bike gets stolen or you simply can´t remember whatever place you left it), incorporated LED lights (head and rear facing) directly into the handle bar itself, which you can then control colo...
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LAMBORGHINI VENENO ROADSTER

Italian automaker Lamborghini have unveiled the mind blowing Lamborghini Veneno Roadster. The spectacular super-car has no roof at all and will be equipped with an impressive 750 hp 6.5-liter V12 engine capable of moving this beast to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds, and blast it to a top speed of 221 mph! Only nine Veneno Roadster models will be available for purchase, so get out your check book fast....
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OLD EMPIRE MOTORCYCLES THE SNIPE

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Old Empire Motorcycles, a workshop known for their heritage aesthetics. The striking build named "Snipe” started as a 2014 Yamaha SR400, it was striped down to its essentials and fitted with carefully engineered handmade components. From 3D machined yokes and switch gear to the hand beaten aluminium front and rear cowling, this beauty has been removed of all the modern frivolities and resculpted into a streamlined racer w...
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