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Frisker Surf

The Californian manufacturer Frisker, best known for itīs electric sports car called Karma, officially presented itīs station wagon model, dubbed the Surf at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany. The sporty station wagon should use an electrical assembly very similar the Karma, 408 horsepower, 0 to 60mh in just 5.8 seconds, reaches a top speed of 120mh and runs 50 miles until the gasoline power generator is activated. The Surf will be available in 2013.



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1967 SHELBY MUSTANG GT500 | Image

1967 SHELBY MUSTANG GT500

Renown auction house Bonhams have listed one special vehicle, a spectacular 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500. The iconic muscle car is in pristine condition and features early models inboard headlights and the desirable, and rare, four-speed manual gearbox, and was originally finished in Highland Green with white interior. Other noteworthy features include the 428ci (7.0-litre) V8 engine equipped with original twin Holley four-barrel carburettors, and the original push-but...
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1972 Scout II Runner Series

The good people at Californiaīs clothing/moto lifestyle brand Iron & Resin, and New Legend 4Ũ4 (makes some of the most sought-after vintage restorations out there), have teamed up for this remarkable International Scout II Runner Series. This pristine example has been fully restored with an overhaul that includes a 5.3-liter LS V8 engine with 4-speed automatic transmission, along with a full mechanical restoration to give it plenty of power and reliability. Othe...
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SPARE TIRE BBQ GRATE

The Spare Tire BBQ Grate is an ingenious solution by adventure gear brand Front Runner. When on an outdoor adventure, maximizing your space is essential, cargo space is limited and carrying a BBQ grate is a luxury most will leave behind because it takes up way to much space. Unless of course, you have one of these, simply slip it it over your spare tire and youīre ready to go. via...
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