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1965 Manx Dune Buggy

The iconic Meyers Manx Dune Buggy was designed initially for desert racing by boat builder and surfer Bruce Meyers back in 1964. It quickly became popular for dominating dune racing in its time, and was eventually also released in a street-oriented model. At the time, as other firms rushed to replicate the design and layout, hundreds of thousands of Manx-style buggies soon flooded the market. In total, only approximately 7,000 original Manx dune buggies were produced from 1964-1971, including this pristine example 1965 Meyers Manxter 2+2 that was subject to a ground-up restoration, and comes with a Meyers Manx registry authentication plaque, identifying it as number "0461".



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OXBOARD

Oxboard is like a Segway without armrests, looks much cooler, and is much easier to carry and store. Developed by a Dutch company, Oxboard combines the technology of Segway and the cool of the skateboard culture, it is easy to ride and extremely agile. The two-wheel electric vehicle is operated with your feet and subtle body shifts, you can move forward, backward, make turns and even rotate 360 ​​degrees around your axis. It contains enough energy after ...
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Expedition Motor Company G-Wagen

Among our favorite SUVīs there is always a place for the G-Class. Expedition Motor Company are specialists in the restoration and sale of the Mercedes-Benz Wolf (also known as the G-Wagen). Each build has the same ageless iconic beauty we all love, but is tailor built for today. Every 250GD Wolf that they restore is a masterpiece that is close to 1,000 man hours in the making. All of their frame-off restored vehicles are turn-key solutions built according to your ex...
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Hookie Honda CB750

Dresden-based motorcycle shop Hookie Co have rolled out of their workshop, this stunning 1978 Honda CB750 K7 conversion. The entire bike was stripped down for a clean minimalist look that is sure to get cafe racer purists excited. Named "Wolf", the classic CB750 is still recognizable, but everything else is modern, it was fitted with LED lighting and signals, Motoscope speedometer, M.Switches, a Spark Universal GP exhaust, along with a new leather seat that makes th...
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