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Trac-grabber

We love simple yet effective solutions, and Trac-Grabber ticks all the boxes. Trac-Grabber is a new revolutionary and inexpensive device that gets you unstuck from a sketchy situation, whether it be in snow, mud, sand or something else. It is is quickly and easily strapped to the drive wheels of a vehicle, and enables it to get unstuck quickly under its own power. A high quality and inexpensive product that simply and effectively enables a single person to get a vehicle unstuck. watch the video below

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Eagle Spyder GT

Eagle Spyder GT is the new breathtaking model by the Sussex based company Eagle. As with all other Eagle models, the base for this masterpiece is the iconic E-Type Jaguar, one of the most beautiful cars ever to be made. All Eagle models undergo serious rebuilding procedures (takes 4,000 hours to build), every car is disassembled and then reassembled with loads of upgrading features and XXIst century high quality procedures. Among its numerous innovations you get an ...
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DERRINGER CYCLES

Derringer Cycles are an homage to the most exciting period in the history of motorsport worldwide. The Derringer was created by world-renowned industrial designer Adrian Van Anz. The Cycle has a Honda built overhead valve 4-stroke engine displacing 49cc....
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PAL-V | PERSONAL AIR AND LAND VEHICLE

PAL-V is the first car that actually converts into a helicopter. Combining the benefits of a car and a helicopter, PAL-V shows us how our future will look like, offering unprecedented freedom, adventure, flexibility and pleasure, all in one vehicle. Fly over traffic jams, land on the other side, and drive in your own vehicle to your final destination...ultimate freedom. How cool is that! First deliveries are expected in 2014. Watch the video source...
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