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Polaris RZR RS1 Single-Seater

Polaris have introduced the all-new RZR RS1, a single-seat off-road vehicle. In the Polaris RZR RS1, its all about you, this compact beast delivers power and precision for a driver-focused off-road experience unlike any other. With a center-cockpit configuration that offers unparalleled visibility, balance, and feel, a monstrous 110-horsepower engine, and 83-inch wheelbase, this thing is ready to tackle any terrain. And best of all, it will only set you back $13,999, for the performance you’re getting, that’s a screaming deal. watch the video below



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FLYCRAFT

Take your fishing to the next level with this versatile watercraft that only requires 3-4 inches of water underneath it to float. The Flycraft is an easy to transport, easy to manoeuvre, inflatable fishing boat, built for fishing in all water types, from small streams to oceans. The rugged raft is built using two layers of PVC armor to protect it from being punctured by sharp objects, and features a surprisingly rigid stitched floor, making the whole thing bomb proo...
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V8-Powered 1969 Ford Bronco

Over the years we have showcased several Ford Broncos, but none with the impressive power and torque of this pristine example. Up for grabs on "Bring a Trailer" auction website, this 1969 Ford Bronco is powered by a fuel-injected 5.0-liter V8 from a late 1980s Mustang, matted to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Additional upgrades include a fiberglass body repainted in Kubota Orange, a six-point roll cage, pre-runner bumpers, nerf bars, power steering, front disc brakes, i...
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MOTO GUZZI | BY KAFFEEMASCHINE

KaffeeMaschine is a custom bike workshop in Hamburg, Germany. It is run by Moto Guzzi fanatic Axel Budde, he is an expert in building amazing Moto Guzzi cafe racers. Featured here is his latest creation, the Kaffeemaschine #6, a bike based on the classic 1980 Moto Guzzi Le Mans, it was commissioned by a British motorcycle racer, he wanted a simple, fast, red and white bike with  cast wheels. Head over to Kaffeemaschine´s website for more stunning creations by t...
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