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1978 Soft Top Unimog

Every once in a while something special turns up for sale at Ebay, like this 1978 Soft Top Unimog rebuilt recently by a off-road enthusiast. The vintage beast offers you a choice of 20 forward gears plus 8 in reverse, and has the capacity to tow your train or jumbo jet. Current bid is on $27,100 with 2 days left to close of auction, so hurry up and place your bid. via

Also check out the amazing Mercedes-Benz G500 XXL that was recently up for grabs on Ebay




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TEPUI ROOF TOP TENTS | Image

TEPUI ROOF TOP TENTS

Tepui make Rooftop mounted tents for serious adventurers. The tents include universal mounting brackets allowing you to easily mount directly to your roof rack or aftermarket roof bars, they are made with the most durable rip-stop waterproof materials that will stand up to the most extreme conditions. Also included is a telescopic aluminum ladder for easy access to the tent. Tepui have several different models to choose from, visit their website for more information...
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VESPA SEGWAY

Spanish design house Bel & Bel have given a cool-upgrade to the uncool segway, they have combined two of the most distinctive vehicles on the roads and created the Vespa Segway. Named Zero Scooter, the creative vehicle is actually made with real parts from the iconic Vespa and can travel up to 21 miles on one charge at speeds of up to 12 mph. The quirky scooter is made to order and and can be customized by color and finish. If you´re gonna ride a segway, you mig...
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SUNSEEKER PREDATOR 115 SUPERYACHT | Image

SUNSEEKER PREDATOR 115 SUPERYACHT

Sunseeker presented it´s big star at the London International Boat Show, the Predator 115, which repeats the successful formula of big brother Predator 130 and has an aggressive design, good use of space and luxury on board too. The long, pointed shape of the hull gives a silhouette that lives up to its name, referring to a predator of the seas. The Predator 115 has five cabins for up to 10 people, plus accommodations for five crew members....
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