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Quadski | By Gibbs Technologies

Gibbs Sports unveiled a prototype of the first commercially viable high-speed personal sports amphibian - Quadski. It is capable of travelling up to 50 mph (72 kph) on land and water and makes the transition at the flick of a switch. Just imagine the fun of driving a Quadski on land one minute and then head straight into the sea or river the next.



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1970 PONTIAC FIREBIRD | BY ALL SPEED CUSTOMS | Image

1970 PONTIAC FIREBIRD | BY ALL SPEED CUSTOMS

This stunning machine is the creation of award winning custom shop All Speed Customs. They were commissioned by owner Tom Cronkright to custom his 1970 Pontiac Firebird into his dream car. His vision was to tastefully integrate modern styling and technology into the classic 1970 Pontiac Formula Firebird body. He requested luxuries and appointments found in late model sports cars, such as: a tuned suspension, fuel injected adjustable twin-turbos, climate control, pow...
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LIGHTSKIN LED SEAT POST

Another great product to improve your security when cycling at night. The LightSkin LED Seat Post will alert other cyclists and motorists of your presence thanks to the 5 LED, waterproof lights built right in. No more stolen taillights, just replace your standard seat post with this stylish device and you are ready to roll for 50 hours on just 2 AA batteries! via...
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WOODY FORD BRONCO

We have featured "Classic Ford Broncos" before, they are an US company that specializes in restoring early model Ford Broncos. They hand-build only a small volume of Broncos each year, using only the best, original Ford Bronco bodies, and top of the line components. Their latest masterpiece is this restored 1974 Ford Bronco powered by a fuel-injected 302 V8 engine. This truck is truly amazing, it features an automatic transmission, it has been lifted 3.5" over the s...
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