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Icon A5 Aircraft

ICON’s sport aircraft are not only designed to deliver an amazing and safe flying experience, but also to inspire us the way great sports cars do. After years of development with some of  the world’s best aerospace engineers and industrial designers, ICON Aircraft has released the first of its line of sport planes, the ICON A5. With over 450 pre-orders it is sure to be a success.



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PORSCHE 597 JAGDWAGEN | Image

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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2010 CAMPAGNA T-REX 14R

Campagna T-Rex is a pavement predator with a perfect blend of power and precise handling. Stylish and sleek, it expresses the laws of attraction. And deep within, Formula engineering expertise informs the intricate interplay of every valve, gear and belt. Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, four valve per cylinder, nline-four | Maximum horsepower: 197 hp....
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STRAD CRAFT 122 SUPER YACHT | Image

STRAD CRAFT 122 SUPER YACHT

Strad Craft is preparing to launch the extravagant 122, a high performance streamlined 38 meter open super yacht, with an amazing Art Deco interior that can be greatly personalized. Interior includes 4 double and very large staterooms, heads, reception and salon areas.The most stunning feature on this yacht is a special handcrafted supercar (Tender) powered by a 880hp twin turbo v12 engine with topspeed 375Km/h can be housed in as a tender in the stern garage. Only ...
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