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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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JEEP WRANGLER RATTLETRAP

This mean machine is up for grabs! The monster vehicle named "Rattletrap” was built by the team at Martin Barkey Racing back in 2007 and is now available for purchase. The ultra-capable off-roader boasts an impressive 500+ Horsepower Twin Turbo 5.9-Liter 12-Valve Cummins engine with 1000+ ft-lbs of Torque, in a JK body rolling on 44×19.5 Pit Bull Rocker tires, making it capable of tackling anything from dense forests, sand dunes, swamps, even climbing obstacles over...
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Eriba Touring 820 Caravan

The Eriba Touring 820 Caravan is worth a glance should you be on the prowl for something of the sort, particularly if quality, design and versatility are somethings you can’t do without. Be warned though, this is no small caravan, it’s 28-foot long so big enough to comfortably accommodate a party of 4, with a couple of longitudinal V-beds at the rear and a couple of others at the convertible dining room. Built using a steel cage with Eriba quality ensured, its sleek...
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BAR MITTS

Commuting on a bicycle with cold weather can be an unpleasant experience, unless, you are protected from the elements, with sub-zero temperatures the hands are always the weak link. Meet Bar Mitts, they provide the definitive solution to this problem, a sure cure for cold fingers. The neoprene covers fit over your handlebars and provide warm compartments for your hands, they can be used with regular cycling gloves with plenty of room to brake and shift n...
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