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Porsche 980 Mirage Gt | By Gembala

Gembala is a company owned by Andreas Schwarz in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Germany. They are considered Num 1 Porsche Tuners in the world. They have been refining Porsches for the past 28 years. Twenty handpicked specialists apply themselves with the utmost dedication to increasing the performance of what is already a highly potent sports car. But they also place enormous emphasis on the smallest details. In a small, almost clinically pure atmosphere, handmade sports cars of the absolute highest caliber are produced in small series. Here we feature the Mirage GT, a conversion based on the 980 Carrera GT, check out their website for more Porsche conversions.




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1943 KDF Type 60 Beetle | Image

1943 KDF Type 60 Beetle

Here is a one-of-a-kind chance to own this extremely early, rare, and historically significant Beetle. The 1943 KDF Type 60 Beetle is perfectly preserved and restored, it was originally delivered to the director of the German Red Cross and is perhaps the best preserved specimen from that era. KdF Beetles are very rare to see in any condition at all, much less in this nice of restored presentation. This is a unique opportunity to get an extremely early production Bee...
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COLNAGO CT-1 MESSENGER BIKE | BY VANGUARD | Image

COLNAGO CT-1 MESSENGER BIKE | BY VANGUARD

Another awesome custom by Vanguard, this time an early 1980s Colnago CT-1. The bike is in beautiful used condition re-lives the glory days of Italian owned and made craftsmanship. The Colnago CT is stripped down to its essentials and custom built with Nitto handlebar, inverse brake levers, Campagnolo Eurus wheelset and its original Ultegra groupset. ...
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FALCON BULLET MOTORCYCLE

The Bullet is a custom Triumph motorcycle, that started as the derelict frame and engine of a 1950 pre-unit Triumph Thunderbird the bike Marlon Brando rode in "The Wild One". The concept was inspired by what a Triumph board track racer would have looked like, if indeed Triumph had ever created one. Each Falcon motorcycle will be unique, entirely handcrafted in the smallest details, requiring a total of over a thousand hours of mechanical and silverware....
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