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C-explorer 3 Submersible

U-Boat Worx, renown creators of technologically advanced submersibles, have launched their latest "toy”, the awesome C-Explorer 3. Featuring incomparable safety features, unparalleled viewing( thanks to a full 360-degree acrylic human pressure vessel, giving all 3 passengers the best unobstructed view possible), state of the art batteries together with leading edge control and operating systems, this 1000-meter rated submersible provides a unique and breathtaking experience. Now, all you need is your own superyacht to carry this baby…



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KOTT MOTORCYCLES

Kott Motorcycles from LA specialize in the fabrication and design of vintage motorcycles, namely bikes from the 1970’s Honda CB series. Their builds have a cafe racer inspiration and are stripped-down to the essentials to simplify and bring functionality back into antiquated machines. The end result are these stunning works of art, ergonomic and elegant machines that embrace their original vintage soul. Head over to their website for a complete list of their builds....
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Subaru VIZIV-7

Subaru have unveiled at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, the spectacular Subaru Viziv-7 SUV, an enormous all-wheel-drive, seven-seat crossover that stretches 204.7 inches (5.2 m) long, 79.9 inches (2 m) in width and stands tall and proud at 72 inches (1.8 m) in height, with a wheelbase of nearly 3 meters (9.8 feet) that most certainly will ensure a good-size cabin space and legroom for the three-row multi-passenger vehicle. Subaru hasn´t mentioned anything about...
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BMW R1100GS | BY OFFICINE SBRANNETTI

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Italian Officine Sbrannetti. This spectacular build named "Buldozzer", is based on a BMW R1100GS from 1999, the guys removed the original seat and switched to a new leather one, placed aluminum fenders, a double headlamp, heavy threaded tires, and wrapped the tank in a handmade leather belt. The exhaust system was also replaced, the radiator was moved behind the front wheel, and a luggage rack was built on the back. The a...
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