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Sub G1

Combining technologies from the motorbike with the sensations you can have driving a car, the SUB G1 is an interesting concept sports car, designed more for the circuit, it has the particularity of beeing composed by traditional two front wheels and a rear axle with one wheel, similar to a motorcycle. It was designed by American designer Jay Brett.



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EQUUS BASS 770

The Equus Bass 770 by Detroit-based Equus Automotive is a brand new high performance vehicle designed and manufactured in the USA, celebrating 1960’s and 1970s muscle cars. Featuring many of the styling elements of iconic cars like the Fastback Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger, the Equus Bass 770 blends muscle car legacy with today’s automobile technology and luxury amenities. The 2-door super-car is powered by an impressive handcrafted 6.2-liter alumi...
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AIRSTREAM BASECAMP TRAILER

Airstream have introduced the Basecamp, a compact and rugged travel trailer which combines the brand´s classic aluminum-sided look with ultra-flexible interior accommodations. The Airstream Basecamp Trailer features a rounded polished aluminum coachwork, panoramic windows, and sleeps two in comfort. It also comes equipped with a bathroom with toilet and shower, a kitchen with a cooktop, stainless steel sink, and refrigerator, a convertible rear space that adapts for...
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SHOCKSTOP SEATPOST

Philadelphia based RedShift Sports has released the ShockStop Seatpost, an adjustable-stiffness suspension seatpost that smooths out your bicycle ride. Simply replace the existing rigid seatpost on your bike with the ShockStop for an adjustable-stiffness suspension seatpost which will effortlessly smooth out your ride. The innovative device lets you ride faster and more efficiently by keeping you stable and allowing the bike to absorb rough terrain. watch the video ...
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