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Brubaker Box Minivan

German-based industrial designer Samir Sadikhov has reimagined the legendary design of Curt Brubaker, whom originally created a kit designed to fit on the chassis of a Volkswagen Beetle, converting them to Box Vans. Brubakerīs work also directly influenced the design of the Tesla Cybertruck. Sadikhov stays true to the metallic finish but adds wooden bumpers, and a slightly softer low-poly design that is more approachable and friendly. Sadikhov says: "in terms of design my purpose was to modernize it with modern surfacing and detailing, almost treating it as a Bang & Olufsen product style." Inside, the Brubaker Box sports a minimal aesthetic, and features two seats up front, and a spacious rear with an entertainment center to keep the kids occupied on long road trips. The minivan also features two windows on the side and two long sun-roofs. 

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MAT Stratos Coupe

Introduced back in 1973, the Lancia Stratos was one of the most successful World Rally Championship cars of all time. Now, after more than 40 years of being out of the spotlight, the iconic Stratos has returned! Based on the Ferrari F430 Scuderia, the New Stratos is built by Manufattura Automobili Torino (MAT), and takes the Scuderiaīs V8 to boost the output to 540 hp. Part of a limited production run of 25, the New Stratos featured here is the first example offered...
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Portland-based Outside Van specialize in converting the Mercedes Sprinter into a drool-worthy, tricked-out camper van with loads of interior space for dedicated to hauling sports gear into and out of the wild. Designed for serious gear heads, the kitted out 4WD overlanding vehicle has some serious exterior upgrades to choose from, like a ruggedized pre-runner bumper, off-road LED light bars, gnarly tires, a rear ladder, and cross bars up top for hauling paddleboards...
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If you like German built products, that are always a safe bet, quality wise, youīll love this one too. Designed with urban minimalists, fixie riders and singlespeeders in mind, this sleek handlebar is built from a single walnut piece and finished with special aluminum parts, that provide the modern look and the necessary safety, thanks to its stiffness, durability and vibration absorption. Itīs very light, with just around 285 grams, and narrow too, with 440 mm of l...
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