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2011 Jeep Wrangler Mojave | Limited Edition

This is the Mojave, which pays homage to the legendary route in Mojave Desert located in the United States and currently named Mojave National Preserve. Among the features of the Wrangler Mojave are the fender flares that cover the 17 " wheels, equipped with 32" tires . In addition, themed details like the lizard that symbolizes the model, a blacked-out fuel door cap on the hood and a body-colored hard top, give the model an even more exclusive look.



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WOODEN BIKE | BY WALDMEISTER | Image

WOODEN BIKE | BY WALDMEISTER

Produced in Freiburg, Germany at Waldmeister, this amazing bike was originaly a concept built by designer Marcus Wallenberg Meyer, in even won the prestigious "Brand New Award" at ISPO. The prototype was so succesful, it is now in production in a limited edition. It features a wooden frame, with fork and wheels of carbon, and truvativ crank, stem, and handlebars....
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RUSTED TERRA CRAWLER | BY RCH DESIGNS | Image

RUSTED TERRA CRAWLER | BY RCH DESIGNS

During the last couple of years we have featured some very cool custom vehicles, but this has to be up there with the most unusual! The Rusted Terra Crawler, has a name that says it all, the Jeep Cop4x4 is painted in an original Brown rust color and features unusual details like a cantilever suspension. This awesome conversion was built by RCH Designs in Huntington Beach, CA....
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MERCEDES-BENZ SLR STIRLING MOSS | Image

MERCEDES-BENZ SLR STIRLING MOSS

Three letters are all it takes to make car fansí hearts beat faster: SLR. In the 1950s the Mercedes-Benz SLR 300 celebrated victory after victory with the British racing driver Stirling Moss. It does 0-60 in under 3.5 seconds, top speed of 217 mph (350 km/h), has a million dollar price tag and extremely limited (only 75 will be produced)....
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