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Jeep Mighty Fc

The Jeep Might FC is an impressive beast of a vehicle, the retro rock crawler defies any preconceived notions you may have regarding scale and balance. It is based on the Jeep Forward Control built 50 years ago, and most of the truck is a two-door 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. Unfortunately the Mighty FC is still in concept stage, but we are sure many like us will beg Jeep to turn this into something you can actually buy.

Also check out the awesome Legacy Power Wagon




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MINI ROCKETMAN

The British brand has anounced that it will be releasing in 2016 a "mini-mini", a smaller version of today´s model, will this be it?. They released the first pictures and information on the Rocketman Concept before its official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show. It will be only 10cm longer than the original Mini  of the fifties, and has a capacity "3 +1"....
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ADASTRA TRIMARAN SUPERYACHT | Image

ADASTRA TRIMARAN SUPERYACHT

If Batman had a boat, it would probably be similar to Adastra Trimaran. The Adastra is the result of more than five years of design and planning. Designed and built by the world renowned John Shuttleworth Yacht Designs, the impressive 139.4 ft trimaran looks like a mix of aircraft with a Formula 1 car, it´s being built in Hong Kong - China, for customers Anto and Elaine Marden. Check out the pictures of it being built. via Gadget Review  ...
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LIMITED EDITION STRIDA MK2 FOLDING BIKE | Image

LIMITED EDITION STRIDA MK2 FOLDING BIKE

The MK2 is based on Mark Sanders original single speed drum brake design for Strida. The strida bike handlebars are mounted horizontally so the rider can sit comfortably upright with an excellent view of the road. The genius of the triangular frame is that it can quickly fold. In five seconds, you have a light, compact form that you can easily wheel, stow in a closet, load in your car or take on the train. Limited to only 20....
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