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Horse Cycles X Km City Cruiser

Kaufmann Mercantile have teamed up with Brooklyn´s Horse Cycles for this exclusive, handcrafted single speed bike. The utilitarian ride features a minimal, elegant design, and features a strong yet lightweight frame, and comes with Brooks leather handle grips and matching leather seat, and a copper badge that can be customized with an engraving. Each cruiser is made to order and is available in a choice of olive or cream.



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TIMELESS KUSTOMS CAMARO | Image

TIMELESS KUSTOMS CAMARO

The Chevrolet Camaro 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. You’ll find endless details on this 1969 Camaro, from the paint, suspension, motor and interior… everything screams perfection and performance. Under the hood sits a Chevy LSX small block fed by twin turbos and tuned to produce in excess of 750 horsepower. Taking all the abuse is a Tremec wi...
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ROYAL ENFIELD HIMALAYAN | Image

ROYAL ENFIELD HIMALAYAN

Royal Enfield have unveiled the Himalayan, an all-terrain 411cc motorcycle, as part of its plans to expand its product range in the mid-sized bike segment. With an adventuring appeal, the rugged Royal Enfield Himalayan comes with a five speed gearbox and 24.5 BHP engine with 32 Nm of torque. This adventure motorcycle is positioned as a tourer but is also at home in day-to-day riding. The Himalayan´s price will be announced in March, and will be available in a choice...
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1948 FORD SUPER DELUXE STATION WAGON | Image

1948 FORD SUPER DELUXE STATION WAGON

Before the SUV craze, there was the station wagon, and as far back as 1937, Ford’s station wagons were being converted to AWD by Marmon-Herrington. There, at their workshop, the 239 cu. in. flathead V-8 was retained while mated to a Ford truck four-speed manual transmission and a modified rear axle/differential. They also reinforced the chassis, and installed the full-time all-wheel-drive hardware. The cars shipped back to Ford dealers, but at twice the cost of the ...
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