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1979 Toyota FJ43 Land Cruiser

Up for auction, is this supremely maintained and remarkably restored 1979 Toyota FJ43 Land Cruiser. Known as one of the world’s most reliable exploration vehicles, the Toyota Land Cruiser is a utilitarian dream, and the FJ40 variant, introduced in 1960, is for many the iconic Land Cruiser with its upright styling, 4.2-liter inline six-cylinder power, and legendary reliability in even the most demanding situations. This pristine example has been fully restored to better-than-factory condition and features a front bumper mounted Warn winch, original-style leatherette upholstery and vinyl flooring, grey-painted wheels wrapped in modern mud tires, and a modern stereo system to accompany you on your adventures.



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Tattoo Suzuki GN400

Tattoo Moto was born from the need to make ordinary bikes into inspired, unique machines. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop in Charlotte, North Carolina, is this kick ass motorcycle, a little Suzuki GN400 cafe racer dubbed the "Vampire Slayer". Inspired by one of the most famous custom builds of all time – Deus Ex Machina´s "Grievous Angel" cafe racer, the team stripped the GN down to its bones and built a simple cafe racer with clean lines and gr...
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ARVAK BICYCLE

Designer Paul Guerin and wood craftsman Till Breitfuss got together to create Keim, a company that manufactures bikes made from ash wood with unprecedented rigidity and lightness. Their wonderfully streamlined Arvak Bicycle is a true work of art, the minimalist, simple and clean-lined ride, is the result of the designers quest for the "perfect bicycle". Arvak´s lightweight frame is completely hollow, and made from a composite of 24 layers of laminated vacuum bonded ...
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VOLTITUDE ELECTRIC SCOOTER

The Swiss company Voltitude developed a prototype for an electric bicycle that can be carried any, including inside an elevator. It features a hydraulic disc brake, rear wheel drive, anti-theft lock, recycled aluminum wheels, front and rear lighting, all powered by a motor charged by an electric lithium polymer 9,5 amps battery. With this little beauty you can run 20 to 40 miles at a speed of 25 km / h....
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