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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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JOHAMMER J1

Johammer J1 is a futuristic electric cruiser developed and manufactured in Austria by industrial designer Johann Hammerschmid. The unusual and unconventional ride is the first e-motorcycle capable of reaching a 200km (125 miles) range on a single charge, and features an almost silent motor integrated into the rear wheel, providing 14 horsepower and a top speed of 74mph (119kph). With a love or hate design and a chopper-like aesthetic, the Johammer J1 is packed with ...
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KORMARAN

Kormaran is one of the most technologically accomplished watercrafts available, made fit for 007. The 23 feet shape-shifting boat transforms into various configurations with the push of a button, to perfectly adjust to every situation. Built in Austria, it faces the water like a Katamaran, Trimaran, Bathingmode, Nightmode, and Hydrofoil. Thats right. The versatile Kormaran converts itself to suit the various conditions of the sea, transforming its hull with hydrauli...
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Auto Fabrica SR500

British custom builders Auto Fabrica have really achieved perfection in its simplicity with their new build, a Yamaha SR500 conversion. This sleek and clean 60s scrambler-influenced ride has a custom bodywork handmade from aluminum, and features some stunning details such as the remarkable exhaust, finished in a silver ceramic coating for added heat protection, and with an exposed aluminum surface on the tank, which doubles up as a knee guard for the exhaust. It als...
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