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Vintage Electric Scrambler

In the ever-evolving market of e-bikes it seems difficult to stand out, not for Vintage Electric though, the California-based manufacturer is fusing the look of vintage bicycles with todays modern technology. As electric bikes go, the Vintage Electric Scrambler is undoubtedly the coolest around, and although pricey, its distinctive style promises to turn heads wherever it´s ridden. The heart of the bike is a 702 watt-hour lithium battery housed in a tough casing, giving you a range of 35 miles (56 km) and top speeds of up to 40mph in "Race Mode” while "Street Mode” tops out at 20mph. This bike is a true explorer, and can handle both the pavement and the dirt with ease. watch the video below



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1966 ICON OLD SCHOOL BRONCO

Icon 4x4 is a Californian builder known for their custom jeeps and trucks, their builds are so popular there is a 2-year waiting list for their bespoke early Broncos. The Bring a Trailer auction that ends this Friday, March 15, is an opportunity to jump the cue and get your hands on this spectacular Old School BR #66. Developed together with California-based design firm, Autotype, this 1966 Ford Bronco kept its original character, but was re-engineered...
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Bimobil EX 435 Expedition Vehicle

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YAMAHA 03GEN-X

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