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Dry Drill Custom Cycles

Dry Drill is a new concept from Portugal you can customize a bicycle according to your taste and style. It is all done on their website with the help of an intuitive and user-friendly interface, you can choose from 3 models - urban, vintage or relax, and match your frame and wheel choice with a variety of colors. At the moment they donīt sell the complete bicycle, you can only choose your personalized frame and wheels. Dry Drill is the alternative for those who love essential design and are looking for a customizable, hand-made, high-quality product that looks like no one else.



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ME SCOOTER

ME Scooter aims to synthesize several key modern concepts. First of all it aims to be a design object, where aesthetic issues also have practical and usability concerns, the ME Scooter also has a green side to it, thatīs why it uses electrical power to help you move around. And it also leaves you with some ways to express yourself because itīs fully customizable. The electric motor of 1.5 Kw will get a range of up to 80km, with a top speed of 45km/h, enough to go on...
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Mercedes G350d Professional

Mercedes-Benz have made available to their legendary G‑Class line-up, an optional Professional Off-Road package. The G350d Professional is the ideal companion for challenging off-road use and adventurous, off-the-mainstream expeditions. Packed with a powerful V6 diesel engine with 180 kW (245 hp) output, the beastly G-Class features a modified suspension for higher ground clearance, a steel front bumper with an electric winch, side running boards, dark tinted ...
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2015 PORSCHE 911 GTS

Porsche have unveiled the spectacular 2015 911 Carrera GTS models. The new 911 GTS version is available in coupe and cabriolet versions, with a choice of either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, and boasts an impressive 430hp six-cylinder engine capable of hitting 60 mph in only 3.8 seconds, and a top speed of 190mph. Check out the video of the all new 2015 Porsche 911 GTS after the jump....
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