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Harley Sportster Custom | By Rough Crafts

This beauty is by custom bike builders in Taiwan called Roucgh Crafts, they named it Iron Guerilla, it was originaly a 2009 Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 883. The bike takes Harley’s Nightster theme a step further, with a chopped front end, new bars, bodywork and lighting—and a terrific exhaust system that adds to the compact, muscular vibe. Check out their blog for other custom bikes.



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CODE-X YACHT

Code-X AG is a Swiss company domiciled in Meggen (Canton Lucerne). Code-X AG develops fundamentally new concepts in yacht construction and yacht drives with the declared aim of having these concepts becoming the standard in the future. This 47 7” catamaran beauty can achieve 80 knots with its twin Ilmor formula one engines, delivering a hefty 710hp a piece, or at a more leisurely 9 knots by the twin electric motors....
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ELLASPEDE YAMAHA XT660

Ellaspede create custom motorcycles, apparel and accessories from their base at West End in Brisbane, Australia. The latest creation to roll out of their workshop is this adventure-ready Yamaha XT660R, a build that can be used as a daily city commuter, but capable of crossing swathes of bush at the weekend. The end result is an aggressive, faceted aesthetic with a bold color-scheme, the custom bodywork includes a custom aluminum fuel tank, side panels, radiator shro...
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QUANT E-SPORTLIMOUSINE

The spectacular QUANT E-Sportlimousine was first presented at the 2014 Geneva motor show back in March as a concept vehicle, but now the four seater electric sportscar has just been approved for use on public roads. The car was developed by Swiss company nanoFLOWCELL and is powered by a salt water nanoFLOWcell system that drives energy through the car’s four electric motors (one per wheel). Powered exclusively by salt water, this beast is packed with a mind-blowing ...
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