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Ford Bronco Urban Madness

Custom builder RMD Garage has built what could be the most spectacular Ford Bronco in the world. This 1969 Ford Bronco was transformed into a one-of-a-kind Bronco nicknamed "Urban Madness". By giving it a military touch with its green paint, gigantic tires and winch in the front, RMD Garage has really managed to give new life to this old 4x4. The beastly vehicle underwent a complete frame-off restoration, under the hood, is a powerful 302-cubic-inch "Small Block" V8 engine that replaces the original engine. Other notable features include a handcrafted Bronco grille, cut-down steel doors, a custom one-off roll cage, Go Rhino front and rear bumpers, a WARN winch, Go Rhino running boards and a custom handcrafted hood. LED lights surround the entire Bronco. Inside a custom handcrafted leather interior features military-style webbing, and the custom dash features classic instruments digital gaues and is equipped with a Bluetooth Kicker audio system and a custom SPOD lighting system. The end result is an off-road beast equipped and ready to handle the apocalypse, in style, should it ever happen.

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TransAm Race Bike

This impressive bike was built by Rob of English Cycles to tackle the Trans Am Bike Race, an ultra tough endurance 4.200 miles (6.800 km) bike race across America from west to east, in a transcontinental adventure of epic proportions. The racers rely solely on their fitness, mental fortitude, and meticulously chosen gear. There are no follow vehicles, no support teams, and no outside assistance, you are under your own power. To learn more about this ultra-light road...
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1978 International Scout II

Available for grabs, is this supremely maintained and remarkably restored International Harvester Scout II from 1978. The classic ride has been nicely restored and well-equipped with a 345 cubic inch V8 engine mated to a TorqueFlite 727 automatic transmission, power steering, power disc brakes and air conditioning. Matte-finish desert tan paint with a black top, stripe, flares, rock sliders and custom front and rear bumpers give this Scout a fantastic look, whilst t...
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