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1948 Ford Super Deluxe Marmon-Herrington Wagon

The Woodie station wagon originated from the early practice of manufacturing the passenger compartment portion of a vehicle in hardwood, it is most closely associated with mid-century surf culture. This pristine example featured here is an original Ford Super Deluxe V8 Marmon-Herrington Wagon, an exceptionally rare period conversion to four-wheel drive. Headed to auction, this 1948 year model was modified by Marmon-Herrington and got some major upgrades. It is powered by a 239 CI 59A-B flathead V-8 engine mated to a 4-speed Borg Warner manual transmission, which sends power to an all-wheel drive drivetrain. And, best of all, the car has only covered approximately 500 miles since its recent restoration, meaning it’s as good as new if not better.

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The world´s most popular electric skateboard just got better! The 2nd generation Boosted Board is based on the same great product, but with some key upgrades and advancements. New features include a swappable battery with an extended range option (doubling the range), added water resistance, 80mm wheels, upgraded Bluetooth connectivity between the board and remote and an upgraded deck and drivetrain to improve power and handling. Preorders start today, and the firs...
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1980 BMW M1 Auction

Are you a fan of vintage cars and BMWs? Then you wont want to miss the 1980 BMW M1 up for auction at Sothebys. This iconic sports car is one of the rarest and most sought-after models from BMW and is sure to turn heads at any car show. The 1980 BMW M1 was introduced as BMWs first mid-engined sports car. Its aerodynamic body design, powerful engine, and precise handling make it a true masterpiece of automotive engineering. This particular model has bee...
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1965 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

The Jaguar E-Type was once considered by Enzo Ferrari "the most beautiful car ever made," and we are inclined to agree. LBI Limited is now offering one of the most iconic and influential automobiles of the 1960s, a stunning 1965 Jaguar E-Type Roadster. The beauty embarked on a full nut-and-bolt, period correct restoration with the renowned Robert Farris of Speedwell Engineering. It was restored for over three years, being stripped down to its chassis with every sing...
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