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Growler City Bicycle

The Growler City Bike is a concept by industrial designer Joey Ruiter. He took a Growler from a local pub and set out to build a bike around it, with a cafe racer style. The bike features fat 29 inch tires, monarch springer front end, 2 speed internal kickback hub, disc brakes, and a drink holder allowing the rider to transport a half gallon jug of beer. via



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1966 BATMOBILE REPLICA FOR SALE | Image

1966 BATMOBILE REPLICA FOR SALE

How about this! You can now by your own 1966 Batmobile exact Replica, imagine cruising this cult vehicle down your street. It is built by Fiberglass Freaks, and is officially licensed by DC Comics. It features your very own phone pedestal and batphone, a working rocket exhaust flame thrower, custom-made from heavy gauge steel, with a hidden ignition device and a 350 GM crate motor. Yeah!...
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LAMBORGHINI VENENO ROADSTER | Image

LAMBORGHINI VENENO ROADSTER

Italian automaker Lamborghini have unveiled the mind blowing Lamborghini Veneno Roadster. The spectacular super-car has no roof at all and will be equipped with an impressive 750 hp 6.5-liter V12 engine capable of moving this beast to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds, and blast it to a top speed of 221 mph! Only nine Veneno Roadster models will be available for purchase, so get out your check book fast....
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CONFEDERATE G2 P51 COMBAT FIGHTER | Image

CONFEDERATE G2 P51 COMBAT FIGHTER

American manufacturer Confederate Motorcycles have recently formalized the release of their new monstrous streetfighter, the G2 P51 Combat Fighter. The chopper-inspired beast is powered by an impressive 200hp air-cooled V-Twin engine, featuring 170Nm of torque, and is built entirely out of 6061 aerospace billet aluminum. A total of 61 P51 Combat Fighter special editions are scheduled to be crafted, 31 in raw machined billet ($113,900), and 30 in black ($119,500)....
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