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Bobber Kong | By Untitled Motorcycles

Another beauty from "Untitled Motorcycles", a custom bike workshop in Camden, London. The Bobber Kong is a custom built bike based on a low and mean Kawasaki VN800 bobber. This mean machine is available for purchase, if interested just send Untitled Motorcycles an email.

We have featured some of their bikes before, check them out by here




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BLUE BOAT | BY XAVIER VEILHAN | Image

BLUE BOAT | BY XAVIER VEILHAN

This monochrome nautical sculpture designed by french artist Xavier Veilhan. Completed this year in collaboration with the prestigious Frauscher shipyard – combines art and technical prowess in an amazing boat, its equipped with a MerCruiser 220 HP motor. If you would like to be the owner of this minimal beauty it will be auctioned off at Hôtel Hermitage in Monte-Carlo by the Parisian Artcurial on July 20....
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PORSCHE 597 JAGDWAGEN

We all know what a Porsche should look like, but this is something definitely different. This unique model is called Porsche 597 Jagdwagen (roughly translating as "hunting car”) a 4×4 developed in 1953 as a prototype for the German Army in World War II, as a vehicle comparable to the Jeep, Land Rover, and the Unimog. The car has the same flat-4 1.6-liter engine that sat in the Porsche 356. They manufactured only 71 of these utility vehicles between 1955 and 1958, an...
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OXBOARD

Oxboard is like a Segway without armrests, looks much cooler, and is much easier to carry and store. Developed by a Dutch company, Oxboard combines the technology of Segway and the cool of the skateboard culture, it is easy to ride and extremely agile. The two-wheel electric vehicle is operated with your feet and subtle body shifts, you can move forward, backward, make turns and even rotate 360 ​​degrees around your axis. It contains enough energy after ...
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