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1975 M151A2 Wolverine

If you are looking for a little off-roader for some fun this summer, look no further. This unique M151A2 aka MUTT from 1975 was built to U.S. Military specifications and is powered by a 4-cylinder inline, 4-stroke engine, with 71 HP and weighs only 2,500 pounds. Dubbed the "Wolverine", the tiny truck was engineered with a full roll cage, high backed Baja seats, 5 point racing harnesses, and a fording kit that allows it to drive through water as deep as 60 inches. The little beast is totally street-legal and a ton of fun to drive around.



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ORFOS FLARE BIKE LIGHTS

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SHOPPY BIKE

Shoppy bike is an italian bike created by michele lazzaro and designed by rudy hoffmann, itīs a revolutionary and exclusive unisex city bike, that combines innovation, functionality and style. Itīs made entirely in aluminium and with a toothed belt drive. Shoppy bike is clean, silent and ecologic....
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BMW B-1 | BY VDB MOTO

VDB Moto are not new to the custom motorbike scene, but this spectacular build is their first BMW conversion. B-1 is based on a mono lever 1986 R80RT, and when VDB got their hands on the bike, it was in pretty rough conditions. The guys decided to retain the distressed and rugged look of the engine to make a contrast with the new parts and paint. They stripped down the bike removing all the usual excess parts and weight, painted the tank with a beautiful 6...
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