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1969 Ford Bronco Hunter

While we wait anxiously for the debut of the 2020 Ford Bronco, weŽll keep drooling over the vintage version of the iconic 4x4. Our latest crush is this immaculate one-off 1969 Ford Bronco made in collaboration with Ford-backed racing firm Holman & Moody. Set to hit the auction block at Pebble Beach this weekend, this pristine example was uniquely outfitted with front and rear limited-slip differentials, four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes, large tires, a Bronco Sport package, and other special options including a 302 CID Ford Windsor V8 279hp engine, and a beautiful orange paint finish.



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ASTON MARTIN DBR1 | LIFE-SIZE MODEL | Image

ASTON MARTIN DBR1 | LIFE-SIZE MODEL

Every once in a while, surfing the web, we come across something really mind blowing. This awesomeness, is a real, life-size 1:1 scale model of the beautiful Aston Martin DBR1 that Carroll Shelby and Roy Salvadori drove to a Le Mans win in 1959. It actually comes in the style of an AirFix kit! complete with body shell, upholstered seats, four 16-inch wire wheels, a replica Le Mans trophy...it even comes with instruction sheet for assembly! Only one of these is avail...
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FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 LAGUNA SECA | Image

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 itŽs 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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e-Moke

The ultimate beach buggy is returning to production, but now in electric form! The much-loved 60s classic Mini Moke was originally designed to be a military vehicle, but quickly became a popular "cult” vehicle for its fun and also practical side, its robustness and the feeling of freedom that you enjoy whist driving. Now the company have presented a new electric e-Moke, with a top speed of 25 mph and a range of 40 miles. A gas-engine model will also be produced, cap...
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