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Mercedes Amg Sls Gt3

Mercedes unveiled photos of the SLS GT3. The model is a racing version of the AMG. It is equipped with a V8 engine of 6.3 liters and has 571 horse power. The car should be officially released at the New York car show and sales should begin in 2011..



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DECKED STORAGE SYSTEM | Image

DECKED STORAGE SYSTEM

Decked is a truck and van storage system that promises great versatility. The innovative in-bed drawer system for full-sized pickups incorporates two waterproof drawers, that roll out providing easy access to tools, equipment and additional gear. Each drawer is lockable and can hold up to 200 pounds each. Installation is very easy and you wonīt need to drill your truck to install the system. Several accessories, including drawer dividers and tie-down racks, are avai...
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MINI SUPERLEGGERA VISION

Mini have unveiled the beautiful Superleggera Vision, a perfectly designed roadster. Created by MINI and Touring Superleggera, the unique model blends Italian flair with MINI’s elegant and authentic British styling to create timeless aesthetic appeal, with a contemporary design. The all-electric open-top two-seater features an elegant aluminum and leather trim interior, and beautiful design details such as a tiny, Jaguar D-type-like rear fin, and awesome tail lights...
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Subaru VIZIV-7

Subaru have unveiled at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, the spectacular Subaru Viziv-7 SUV, an enormous all-wheel-drive, seven-seat crossover that stretches 204.7 inches (5.2 m) long, 79.9 inches (2 m) in width and stands tall and proud at 72 inches (1.8 m) in height, with a wheelbase of nearly 3 meters (9.8 feet) that most certainly will ensure a good-size cabin space and legroom for the three-row multi-passenger vehicle. Subaru hasnīt mentioned anything about...
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