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Ferrari 612 Gto Concept

The Ferrari 612 GTO is the creation of young Berlin designer Sasha Selipanov of Berlin, also known as the "angry car designer". In collaboration with Samir Sadixov they came up with this stunning design study of a Ferrari 612 GTO. Source



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RUNGU FAT-TRIKE

The new bike by Rungu is the first all fat-tire bullfrog trike. The bike features three huge, soft tires allowing it to "float" over snow and sand, in fact the company states that this system improves floating over these surfaces by 50% compared to regular fat bikes. The Trike is perfect for transporting surfboards across the sand or pulling stuff across the snow, it can also reportedly climb up short flights of steps with ease and overcome obstacles up to 6” tall a...
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Ford GT 66 Heritage Edition

Ford have presented a spectacular tribute in honor of the 1966 Le Mans-winning GT40 Mark II, a limited edition of new 2017 GT supercar. The Ford GT 66 Heritage Edition borrows the well-known livery of shadow black with silver stripes (in a choice of matte or glossy) and graphics of the number 2 car driven by Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon back in 1966. The special edition also features 20-inch forged aluminum wheels in a gold satin finish, and carbon fibre seats cover...
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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 bike´s 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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