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Mini Roadster Concept

We had already showed you the MINI Beachcomber Concept , this MINI Roadster Concept, a prototype roadster much more radical than the MINI Convertible measuring 3.71 m in length, 1.35 m high and 1.68 m wide. Equipped with the four-cylinder 1.6 Turbo 175 hp of the Cooper S, the Roadster concept will certainly be placing on the market since 2011, as well as its other versions.



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EQUILIBRIUM BIKE | Image

EQUILIBRIUM BIKE

The stunning Equilibrium Bike is completely designed, engineered and built in Italy by SZ Bikes with particular attention given to details and high quality materials. Aluminum is used for the frame, rims, pedals, handlebar and the seat tube, and the front fork is completely made of carbon fiber. The award-winning bike has a unique design, it features half rim coloration that give it particular and noticeable effect, an automatic gearbox, disc braking system, CNC mac...
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50TH ANNIVERSARY SHELBY COBRA 427 | Image

50TH ANNIVERSARY SHELBY COBRA 427

To celebrate the 50th year anniversary of one of the most iconic cars in automotive history, Shelby American will produce a Limited Edition 427 Cobra! Only 50 of this special edition roadster will be built to order, and customers can choose from an aluminum or fiberglass bodies, and choose from Polished aluminum (with or without brushed stripes) or Guardsman blue with Wimbledon white stripes. The 427 Anniversary Cobras also includes special gold 50th anniversary bad...
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YAMAHA VIRAGO | BY DOCS CHOPS | Image

YAMAHA VIRAGO | BY DOCS CHOPS

Another stunning custom Yamaha by Greg Hageman from Docs Chops. We had featured recently another of his customs, a Mid-80s Virago Cafe built for Season Two of Cafe Racer on the Discovery Channel. His latest build is this radical 1982 Yamaha Virago transformation, another eye-popping café racer. Check out Greg´s talent for transforming rusty bikes into beautiful machines on his website. source images by: erick runyon...
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