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Expedition Motor G-Wagen

Among our favorite SUV´s there is always a place for the G-Class. Expedition Motor Company are specialists in the restoration and sale of the Mercedes-Benz Wolf (also known as the G-Wagen). Each one of their builds has the same ageless iconic beauty we all love, but is tailor built for today. Every 250GD Wolf that they restore is a masterpiece that is close to 1,000 man hours in the making. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop is a full frame-off restoration of a gorgeous ex-military 250GD. Whether you are looking for a daily driver, a weekend beach cruiser, or a bad-ass hunting rig, these guys have you covered. Contact them for the truck of your dreams.



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BOBBER KONG | BY UNTITLED MOTORCYCLES

Another beauty from "Untitled Motorcycles", a custom bike workshop in Camden, London. The Bobber Kong is a custom built bike based on a low and mean Kawasaki VN800 bobber. This mean machine is available for purchase, if interested just send Untitled Motorcycles an email. We have featured some of their bikes before, check them out by here...
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TOUAREG 3 QATAR

The Touareg 3 Qatar recently presented at the Qatar Motorshow can be considered as the road version of the Race Touareg 3, that, a few weeks ago, triumphed in the 2011 edition of the Dakar Rally in South America. Featuring a 310 hp engine, it does 0-100 km/h in six seconds and is approved for use on the road, which forced some changes in the chassis....
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HONDA GOLDWING KENZO

Designed and built in England by Death Machines of London, this incredible looking beast is a custom 1977 Honda Gold Wing GL1000 inspired by a Samurai general’s armor and named after Kenzo Tada, who was the first Asian to compete in the legendary Isle of Man TT in 1930. The impressive build was constructed using a myriad of modern and old-school construction techniques including CNC machining, 3D-printing, and using an English wheel and sowing machine....
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