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Jaguar XKSS

Jaguar is to build the stunning XKSS as an ultra-exclusive continuation model for a group of very lucky collectors in 2017. Only 16 were originally built in for export to the USA before the remaining nine were destroyed in the famous Browns Lane factory fire of February 12th 1957. Now Jaguar will build nine XKSSs that will be generally faithful to the original design, ensuring each one is completely authentic and crafted to the highest quality. Each one will be hand-built at Jaguar´s new "Experimental Shop” in Warwick, and constructed to the same specifications as those first 16 made in 1957. Details include four-wheel Dunlop disc brakes, Dunlop tyres with riveted two-piece magnesium alloy wheels, wooden steering wheel, leather interior, and a 262hp 3.4-litre straight six-cylinder Jaguar D-type engine. The price will be in excess of £1 million ($1.25 million). 



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MARTIN JETPACK

James Bond eat your heart out! After years of testing and prototypes, the New zealand company Martin Aircraft will finally launch this year the Martin Jet Pack. With a production limited to 500 units at a cost of $80,000, jetpack is produced with composite carbon fiber, driven by a V4 engine with 150kW of power. It has a range of 30min/50km, speed 96km/h and flight altitude of 2438m. Check out the amazing video....
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BMW R69S THOMPSON

The latest beauty to roll out of ER Motorcycles´ workshop is this BMW R69S named "Thompson”, after the infamous gangster gun. The gun was chosen by notorious gangsters because of its compactness, reliability and ergonomics, the same features you´ll find in this BMW R69S. The guys elegantly used warm, natural materials as a counterweight to the metal details, such as a sleek wooden seat cut and shaped from a slab of teak, and stylish saddlebags....
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FEDERAL MOTO HONDA CB550

"Fade To Black” is the name of the latest build to roll out of the Federal Moto workshop. Commissioned by Grant Harvey, a Canadian film and television director, the sleek bike started off as a 1975 Honda CB550, but Federal Moto gave it their trademark makeup of classic lines and simple vintage accents, or as the guys put it: "simple lines, no bullshit, and just the right mix of old 70´s Honda and modern touches”....
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