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West Coast Defender

It seems our obsession with Land Rover Defenders is shared with West Coast Defender, an LA based company. If you live in the U.S. the cult vehicle hasnīt been available new on the market since 1997, and importing one is not an option due to strict U.S. vehicle import laws. However classic cars, like the Defender, 25 years old or older, have no import restrictions. "West Coast Defender" searches the UK and Europe for classic Land Rover Defenders, brings them to the U.S. and restores them in absolute top condition with todayīs standards including leather interiors, navigation, and premium sound. via



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JOURNEY BASECAMP TRAILER

The awesome Journey Trailer by Freespirit Recreation is a basecamp package built for overland camping excursions, a portable tent and camping package that’s fit for explorers of all skill sets. The compact camp cargo trailer comes with a built-in 9-foot tent providing guests and families alike ample room to move about in and around the camp. You can store all of your soft gear right on top of the tent without sacrificing any of the valuable trailer storage. Addition...
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FULLY-RESTORED 1978 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER FOR SALE | Image

FULLY-RESTORED 1978 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER FOR SALE

Michael Williams from A Continuous Lean, came across this stunning vehicle for sale on eBay. This is a pristine, fully-restored, very rare 1978 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40. The car was beautifully painted Horizon Blue with black leather interiors, and is loaded with new parts...new lights, new wheels and tires, new exhaust...all making it worth almost $40,000! expensive? yes, but that is probably the price to pay if you donīt want to do any of the work yourself....
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BMW R80 T63

Angry Motors is a new custom motorbike workshop from Switzerland, their first build is this spectacular 1989 BMW R80RT scrambler called "T63”, a name that origins from the bikeīs chunky Michelin T63 tires. This model was chosen for the striking mono-shock on the rear, and the iconic boxer engine. The whole bike was ripped to the bone and all parts were powder coated, spray painted, and then rebuilt it completely with new seals, stainless bolts and bespoke pieces. It...
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