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Cyclone Bicycle | By Vanhulsteijn

The Cyclone is definetely a head-turning bike, designed for fast, comfortable rides. The main feature has to be it´s atypical frame leaving the saddle almost floating. All bikes are handcrafted out of stainless steel and are made to order corresponding to your measurements like inside leg and height.



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1967 Shelby Mustang GT350 | Image

1967 Shelby Mustang GT350

Renown auction website "Bring a Trailer" have listed one special vehicle, a spectacular 1967 Shelby Mustang GT350. The iconic muscle car is in pristine condition and features early models inboard headlights and the desirable, and rare, four-speed manual gearbox, and was originally finished in Dark Moss Green with white rocker panel stripes, and a black vinyl interior. The car is powered by a replacement K-code 289ci HiPo V8, and features power-assisted steering and ...
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TIMELESS KUSTOMS VICIOUS MUSTANG | Image

TIMELESS KUSTOMS VICIOUS MUSTANG

The Ford Mustang Fastback is one of the most iconic muscle cars in America´s automobile history, but this remarkable restoration by Timeless Kustoms really stands out from the crowd. Appropriately named "Vicious” this 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback was custom built to be "the ultimate road race Mustang”, it features a V8 engine taken from a new GT350, with both turbochargers and a supercharger added to produce a staggering 1000 horsepower. The badass street vehicle...
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OXBOARD

Oxboard is like a Segway without armrests, looks much cooler, and is much easier to carry and store. Developed by a Dutch company, Oxboard combines the technology of Segway and the cool of the skateboard culture, it is easy to ride and extremely agile. The two-wheel electric vehicle is operated with your feet and subtle body shifts, you can move forward, backward, make turns and even rotate 360 ​​degrees around your axis. It contains enough energy after ...
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