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1972 Ranger Rover

Dutch car builder TopHat are taking old Range Rovers and restyling them with genuine old stock parts from the 1970s and adding genuine 1970s Range Rover paint colors such as the beautiful Bahama Gold. Their beautiful builds bring back the charm that Land Rover first brought to the luxury SUV market some 50 years ago. This stunning build you see here has undergone a complete restoration and is currently up for grabs here. The vintage SUV is powered by a 500HP 6.2L LT1 Corvette V8 engine, and has Koni shock absorbers with an adjustable air suspension and larger brakes as well. It was also fitted with a new Magnum 6-speed manual gearbox, Air conditioning, and full genuine leather seats with the original tanned trench. This is a car for the most discerning buyer who wants to see an authentic car, experience extreme power and appreciate the highest form of finish.



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NOMAD TACTICAL BUGGY

This awesome Mad-Max-style dune buggy is up for grabs! The modern buggy is designed for the rough and tough of the wild but is just as home in the city and just as much fun. The tube-framed Nomad Tactical Buggy is powered by a 230 horsepower Honda K-series four-cylinder engine that offers 200 lb-ft of torque, allowing it to fly to 60 mph in a mere 3.5 seconds or a quarter mile in just 12.5 seconds. A six-speed manual puts power to the rear wheels through a limited-s...
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MIXIE URBAN COMMUTER BIKE

Mixie Urban Commuter Bike is small, lightweight and easy to tuck away in the small spaces of a cramped apartment. The bike is part fixed-gear, part Urban commuter, part BMX. It weighs under 33lbs, thanks to the light 20" high tensile steel frame, making it easy to store and lug around....
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DOUBLE O BIKE LIGHT

Double O Light is a new and cool bike light brought to us by the brilliant British designer Paul Cocksedge. It features two lights to mount on your bike, a white one at the front and a red one at the rear. At the front you get more lighting power, around 85 lumens, so you can lighten your path, and at the rear you get around 50 lumens, to make sure you´re seen. It features a built in rubber strap so you can fix it around your bike´s frame, or attach it to your bac...
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