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Barbour Orvis Defender

Here is a once in a lifetime opportunity to WIN this Vintage Defender Commissioned by Orvis and Barbour! Valued at $125,000, this 1995 Heritage Edition Defender 90 has been restored by the talented folks of ECD Automotive Design, along with luxurious Barbour detailing. This one-of-a-kind Defender features a rebuilt Rover V8 engine, custom leather interior, a MOMO Indy steering wheel, Kenwood stereo and Infinity speakers, LED lighting throughout, Barbour Tartan door pockets with Barbour zip closure and a Rovers North soft top with Barbour logos. You can enter the sweepstakes for a chance to win this fully restored Land Rover legend and a pile of awesome adventure gear until June 22.





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MCLAREN 675LT

This is it! McLarens latest baby, the impressive 675LT will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show on 3 March 2015. The stunning coupe is powered by an insane 3.8-liter V8 engine that delivers 666 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque, enabling it to sprint from 0-62mph (0-100kph) in just 2.9 seconds, and hit a top speed of 205mph (330kph). The road legal beast will be available in the famous heritage McLaren Orange, plus four new bespoke exterior colors. F...
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LE VELO VINTAGE BIKES

Le Velo is a cycling workshop in Hamburg, Germany, that specializes in building custom vintage bicycles. The owner Senad Sarac is fascinated by craft and good quality and has been collecting antique bicycle parts for years. Every detail is discussed, planned and implemented in accordance with the customer, and the bike is built with restored old parts but also with specially made parts. The workshop combines the tradition of classic bicycle craft, learned over many ...
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South Garage BMW R75/5

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Italy´s South Garage. The spectacular build is based on a BMW R75/5 from 1979, and it was given the name "Nerboruta”, an Italian term used to describe something brawny, muscular and sinewy, which perfectly reflects the bike’s presence. After stripping the beauty to its barest essentials, the Milan-based crew went to work on handcrafting the parts and pieces to give Nerboruta a stance that earns its name. Wood grain accent...
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