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1966 Porsche 911S

This beautiful, light, and nimble 911 represents a period during which Porsche was rising to the pinnacle of sports car racing. Offered here is a stunning 911S from 1966 with a rare and highly desirable Black exterior over a Brown leatherette interior. The car has recently had a "no expenses and details spared restoration" and the result is absolutely mind-blowing. Only a handful of 911 offered on the open market do match with the restoration of this example, so this is an ever increasingly rare opportunity to acquire what could possibly be the most stunningly restored early 911S available. The car is offered with documented history, its tool roll, original number plates and original Libretto dating back to 1969.



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QUADSKI XL | Image

QUADSKI XL

Gibbs Sports have recently unveiled the bigger brother of the popular Quadski. The Quadski XL this time, has got room for another rider, letting you experience the spectacular thrills on the water/land vehicle with your significant other. The amphibian quad bike changes from watercraft to ATV with the push of a button and is equipped with a powerful BMW K1300cc 4-stroke engine that produces 140hp, allowing for a speed of up to 45 mph on both water and land. watch th...
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1980 Mercedes-Benz 300GD

This vintage SUV was modified for overland travel and camping, and is now available for purchase at Bring a Trailer. The 1980 Mercedes-Benz 300GD was setup for exploring the great outdoors and is equipped with tons of gear that includes a Front Runner roof rack and water tanks as well as a CVT rooftop tent, a Warn winch, a military-style rear bumper, G-Professional side mirrors, recovery accessories, black steel wheels, and a Bluetooth stereo. Power comes from a rep...
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Mil-Spec Hummer H1

Based north of Detroit, Mil-Spec Automotive takes Hummer H1s, strips them to the bare bones, and rebuilds them from the ground up into the beast you see here. The first step in the process involves applying a gloss black powder coat to the frame and all its components to protect against corrosion. A new, aircraft-grade aluminum body is joined by a Duramax 6.6-liter LBZ V8 turbodiesel, delivering 500 horsepower and 1,000 ft-lbs of torque. Additional features include ...
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