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RML Short Wheelbase

England-based RML Group is turning the legendary Ferrari 550 Maranello into a modernized 250 GT SWB. The impressive RML Short Wheelbase will be a 5.5-liter V12 with 478 horsepower and 419 pound-feet of torque sent entirely to the rear wheels, same as the Maranello. When it comes to performance, the car can get from 0-60 in 4.1 seconds and will reach a top speed of over 185 mph. It also features a six-speed manual highlighted by Ferraris classic gated shifter, Ohlins dampers, Pirelli P Zero Rossos with 18-inch wheels, and a luxurious interior finished in glass, leather, and machined aluminum. RML plans to produce around 30 units of the 250 SWB.



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Hookie Honda CB750

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