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Jeep Shortcut

Jeep have recently revealed this awesome little concept. The Jeep Shortcut is based on a modern Wrangler and invokes the spirit of 1950s Americana with a shortened body and functional simplicity. The ultra-capable off-roader started as a two-door Wrangler, but had 14 inches chopped out of the body making it more than two feet shorter than a standard Wrangler. The Shortcut also sheds its doors and roof, and has modifications such as a unique grille, hood, tailgate, wheel flares, custom chrome bumpers, 17-inch red steel wheels, and a modified exhaust. Under the hood there is a powerful 3.6L V6 engine mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. Fingers crossed and hoping this radical concept becomes a production reality.



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EPITAH CRUISER | BY AUTUM | Image

EPITAH CRUISER | BY AUTUM

We have featured here sometime ago the Minion Bicycle by Autum, it is a very humble bike compared to what you see before you. The Epitah is another very limited production (only 12 will be produced) by Autum, it has a couple of features that really stand out, (4) Twin Mounted Tires mounted on custom crafted alloy rims, and some very cool aged leather details. Each bike comes with laser engraved number on the seat to identify the build number. ...
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BONCHO

Boncho by Vanmoof, is a great item to get if you´re a bike commuter, it´s a cover that´s been developed so that if you´re ever caught by surprise in the rain you can still use your bike and stay dry. Boncho is, quite simply, a bike poncho. Easy to store and to put on, its design prevents you from getting wet even when you´re peddling, its semi rigid frame, with a patent pending folding system, fits snugly over the bikes´ handlebars keeping the rain from gettin...
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VAGABUND MOTO GUZZI V7 | Image

VAGABUND MOTO GUZZI V7

This custom Moto Guzzi is yet another clean minimal build from the Austrian-based duo Vagabund. Once again they prove that less is more with this good-looking build that started as a 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III. Like with their other builds, the team used both handcrafted elements and 3D printed components. They used Nylon PA12 filament to create a result that is both structurally strong and durable. There are several 3D components to note on the bike, such as the minusc...
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