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1957 Ford Thunderbird F-Bird

One of the rarest Thunderbirds in existence (1 of 17 known to exist) has been put up for auction! This impressive 1957 Ford Thunderbird F-Bird isn´t your average T-Bird, it is factory supercharged and was owned and maintained by the same California owner from 1958 until his passing. With just over 50,000 miles, this documented 1957 F-bird is in pristine condition, and packs a 312-cubic-inch V-8 engine and a Paxton-McCulloch VR57 supercharger, delivering 300 hp, and making it capable of a sub-six second 0-60 time and a top speed of 130 mph. A great addition to any muscle-car collection.



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Bike Shed LA

The destination for all things motorcycle culture, Bike Shed opens its second location in Downtown LAs Arts District. After opening with great success in London, the unique space is now also housed in a huge warehouse built in the arts district in 1945, in concrete, brick, wood, glass & steel, on a 30,000sf plot. Bike Shed LA offers a 325 seat restaurant, cafe, fully-licensed-bar and multi-brand retail emporium with an events space, barbershop, tattoo studio and...
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FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 LAGUNA SECA

It was in 1969 that Ford authorized the construction of the fastest and most powerful Mustang ever named Boss 302. Forty-two years later, the american constructer re-opens Pandoras box and launches a new version of the Mustang Boss 302 now with 440 hp extracted from it´s V8 5.0 liters super engine. The Leguna Seca package provides even more exclusivity with improved body stiffness, strengthened chassis, and an aero package....
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ECD Range Rover Classic

Florida-based workshop ECD Automotive Design (formerly East Coast Defender) have been working their magic on Land Rovers, restoring and modifying several British off-roaders over the years. Now ECD have added Range Rovers to their repertoire, and you can now custom order a restored Range Rover Classic. This pristine example, named "Project Alpha", is now powered by a Corvette 6.2-liter LS3 engine, matted to a six-speed automatic transmission, and is capable of hitti...
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