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Triumph Rumbler | By Tridays

Triumph Scrambler, as you might of noticed, is one of our favorite motorbikes, we have featured some very cool custom Scramblers, by Spirit of the Seventies, and most recently a private custom by Jim Good. The guys from Tridays have customized this scrambler to perfection, they named it "The Rumbler". The bike accentuates the Scrambler’s classic good looks, and cranks the performance up a notch.

sources: GBlog, Bikexif




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KURGO WANDER | HAMMOCK SEAT COVER | Image

KURGO WANDER | HAMMOCK SEAT COVER

The Kurgo Wander Hammock is a great solution to protect your car seats when taking your fury friend for a ride. No matter how much you love Fido, you will not want dog hair and mud all over the backseat of your car. The stylish, waterproof hammock features six attachment points to keep it in place, a centre zipper (in case you need to sit a passenger), velcro openings (for easy seat-belt and child latch access) and comes with a utility bag for Fidos leash, toys and ...
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ARIEL ATOM

Ariel is a small car company based in Somerset, England, they produce less than 100 cars per year. Ariel Atom is a high-performance supercar that was designed to give you a driving experience as close as possible to an F-1 car. The result is a lightweight, minimalist street legal car, with no windshields, doors or ceiling. The engine, you can choose a 09 Honda K20 aspirated(245hp) or supercharged(300hp). It is capable of 0-60 sub 3 seconds and 0-100 sub 11 seconds! ...
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1981 Land Cruiser FJ45

Another masterpiece to roll out of the FJ Company workshop. You’ve no doubt heard of the FJ40 Land Cruiser, one of the most iconic vintage 4x4´s on the road, and increasingly popular on the classic car circuit… but have you met the FJ45? The FJ45 Land Cruiser was produced in Japan from 1976 to 1986. This rugged workhorse could carry up to 13 people, and was designed to carry the troops (hence its nickname "the Troopy”). It was deployed as a commercial vehicle for mi...
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