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Incog Multi Tool | Hidden Biketool

The InCog Biketool is a genius creation by Joshua Brassé, it allows you to keep your bike tools (hidden) on your bike. The device features a innovative design that flexes through the inside of your handlebar accommodating nearly every shape. It is designed to fit the majority of handlebars. The InCog features a lock & custom key system keeping thieves and meddlers off your gear. source



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LEGACY POWER WAGON

Legacy Power Trucks is a company based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. They produce some serious conversions like this awesome Legacy Power Wagon, a completely modernized version of the Dodge Power Wagon. The mean American truck is like a Dodge Power Wagon on steroids and comes equipped with either a 425 hp Mopar V8 engine or a Cummins Diesel. Available in two or four door format, the end result...is nothing short of a work of art. Watch the video...
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DYNA GUERILLA | BY ROUGH CRAFTS

Taiwan based Rough Crafts have unveiled their latest build, the spectacular "Dyna Guerilla", a stripped-down 2009 Fat Bob. Winston Yeh, the talent behind Rough Crafts, is a specialist in building custom Harleys, he first went viral with the desirable "Iron Guerilla", and now after a customer commission, he has applied the same "Rough Crafts Style" to this Dyna version. Also check out these other spectacular custom Harley´s by Rough Crafts: The Bomb Runner | The...
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1981 Land Cruiser FJ45

Another masterpiece to roll out of the FJ Company workshop. You’ve no doubt heard of the FJ40 Land Cruiser, one of the most iconic vintage 4x4´s on the road, and increasingly popular on the classic car circuit… but have you met the FJ45? The FJ45 Land Cruiser was produced in Japan from 1976 to 1986. This rugged workhorse could carry up to 13 people, and was designed to carry the troops (hence its nickname "the Troopy”). It was deployed as a commercial vehicle for mi...
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