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Chevrolet 1967 C-10 Pickup

To mark their 100 years of truck making, Chevrolet is releasing a special edition throwback pickup truck of the classic 1967 C-10 pickup. In celebration of their Centennial Anniversary next year, Chevy has customized this gorgeous vintage truck with a modernised interior and upgraded mechanicals, have painted it in the same "Centennial Blue” color of the new 2018 models, and have given it a heritage-inspired bowtie badge. Details are still scarce, more will be revealed at the 2017 SEMA Show in Las Vegas later this year. For now, you can drool over the photos below...



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BUDNITZ NO2 TITANIUM PARATROOPER EDITION | Image

BUDNITZ NO2 TITANIUM PARATROOPER EDITION

The popular Budnitz city bike Model No.2 Titanium is now available in seven handpainted colors, our favorite, this beautiful Matte Paratrooper Green, inspired by the bicycles used by the Swedish Army Parachute Corps in WWII. We love the contrast of the flat olive green with the brushed titanium details....
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BERTONE MANTIDE

The Bertone Mantide is an ambitious project by Italian automobile designer Bertone. It features a futuristic structure based on the Corvette ZR1. Apparently the Mantide has better performance than the ZR1, due to the redesign of various aerodynamic parts and reduced weight. Because most of the structure is in carbon fiber, the Mantide is 100kg lighter than the ZR1. The super machine has a 638hp, 6.162cc, V8 engine! and 3.800rpm torque, allowing the beast to go from ...
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Tattoo Suzuki GN400

Tattoo Moto was born from the need to make ordinary bikes into inspired, unique machines. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop in Charlotte, North Carolina, is this kick ass motorcycle, a little Suzuki GN400 cafe racer dubbed the "Vampire Slayer". Inspired by one of the most famous custom builds of all time – Deus Ex Machina´s "Grievous Angel" cafe racer, the team stripped the GN down to its bones and built a simple cafe racer with clean lines and gr...
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