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1969 Shelby GT350 B Production Fastback

Presenting the captivating story of the 1969 Shelby GT350 B Production Fastback, a racecar with a remarkable journey. Originally a Silver Jade GT500, it faced theft and damage, leading to its transformation into a racing icon. Purchased by Jerry Lecatse of ABC Auto Wreckers, it underwent modifications, including a Boss 302 engine and Grabber Green paint. Racing in B Production from 1973 to 1975, Lecatse sold it to Gordon and Nancy Gimbel, who further evolved it into a GT1-class racer.

After acquiring it in 1982, Gary Goeringer aimed to restore its racing glory. A fire damaged the car in storage, but a restoration journey began in 1994 with hot-rodder Doane Spencer. Completed in 2012 by specialist Dave Mani, the Shelby boasts meticulous attention to detail. With continuous vintage racing success and extensive documentation, this GT350 is a testament to its enduring legacy. Now, under current ownership since 2012, it eagerly anticipates further participation in historic racing events globally.

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Neematic FR/1 Electric Bike

Meet the world´s most powerful electric bike, the Neematic FR/1. In fact, Neematic claims that it is both a dirt bike and a mountain bike, with riders capable of reaching top speeds of an insane 62mph (100kmh)! The rugged e-bike also lasts as much as 62 miles per charge and only has top-notch bicycle components such as Fox 2017 shocks, Hope tech3 V4 brakes, Pinion drive and DMR pedals. The lightweight bike incorporates a 20kW motor for a responsive stable ride and ...
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1971 FORD BRONCO | Image


Although we absolutely love the new 2021 Bronco, we cannot forget the original 1966-77 Bronco, which remains a highly-collectible design icon. Our latest Bronco crush is this beauty offered at Bring a Trailer, a 1971 Ford Bronco that has been highly refurbished and modified. It was repainted in a gorgeous dark green, and fitted with a fuel-injected 302ci V8 engine, a James Duff 3.5" lift kit, a powder-coated roll cage, Raceline 17" wheels, a dual exhaust system, fou...
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Royal Enfield have unveiled a limited edition as an homage to the "Flying Flea" motorcycle used by British paratroopers in World War II. The original resilient 125cc motorcycle was designed to be deployed behind enemy lines via parachutes, step forward in time, and this limited edition version of the Classic 500 will have a unique serial number engraved onto the fuel tank, a maroon and blue Pegasus emblem, the official Parachute Regiment insignia, olive and service ...
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