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Samba Xrs Electric Jetski | By Silveira Customs

The samba XRS electric jetski runs on electric power but still provides the same excitment of the gas-powered jetskis, only it eliminates the anoying noise and toxic emissions. Powered by twin direct-drive propulsion pods and a battery system, it can run a top speed of 65 mph. Should be unvailed this summer.



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SHORT BUS RETRO | BY WINKELMAN ARCHITECTURE | Image

SHORT BUS RETRO | BY WINKELMAN ARCHITECTURE

Over the years we have showcased many adventure vehicles, but nothing as special as this, an old-school bus converted into a camper. Restored to perfection by Winkleman Architecture for a client, the 1959 Chevrolet Viking short bus can safely carry 12 passengers, converting to guest quarters for two with two single beds, or joined in the center as a queen bed. The design aesthetic was inspired by the mid-century, and has a charming 60′s, hippy-chic feel, execu...
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MERCEDES BENZ C-CLASS DR 520 AMG | Image

MERCEDES BENZ C-CLASS DR 520 AMG

Mercedes-Benz is launching the Mercedes-Benz C-Class DR 520, a 20 unit limited edition car. It boosts a 520 horses for a 0-62 time of 4.1 seconds and features an AMG performance kit, a carbon fiber aero-kit, and a reworked interior. You will have to spend £62,430 for the DR 520 sedan and £63,680 for the wagon version....
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CAFE TRACKER | BY VINTAGE RACERS | Image

CAFE TRACKER | BY VINTAGE RACERS

Vintage Racers is a Paris based custom bike studio, they are mainly specialized in building stunning Triumph conversions on demand. Their bikes are minimal, lighter, more stylish and practical, like this beautiful Triumph Cafe Tracker. We love the chunky tires and the vintage camel leather seat on this. Check out their website for more amazing Hinckley conversions. Also check out these awesome Triumph conversions: - Triumph Scrambler, by Spirit of the Seventies...
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