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Nimble Cargo Scooter

Nimble Cargo Scooter is the perfect vehicle for a trip to the market or grocery store near home, or a trip to the beach. Nimble is basically a stretched version of the classic scooter with a built in colored cargo box installed at the front for carrying anything over short distances, and having fun while doing it. The stylish vehicle is available in 3 color options, and costs $299



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DUCATI DIAVEL 1260 LAMBORGHINI

Italian giants Ducati and Lamborghini have produced a spicier new version of the iconic Diavel motorcycle. The Ducati Diavel 1260 Lamborghini is a special edition muscle cruiser inspired by the very new and very limited Lamborghini Sian FKP 37 hybrid supercar. The Ducati designers remade the DiavelĀ“s bodywork in angular carbon fiber, and gave it a gorgeous metallic Verde Gea exterior and lightweight bronze wheels to match the Sian. Other details include Ducati red ...
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BEDSLIDE

Bedslide is simply the easiest way to load and unload your truck bed. Accessing your cargo has never been as easy, simply slide-out the rack system to roll all of your stuff out to you, saving time, effort, and back pain. The all-around efficient upgrade turns your entire truck bed into a sliding drawer and will help you reach everything you put in your truck bed with ease. The Bedslide comes fully assembled and installs easily and quickly, it fits most trucks and h...
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Busypeople KTM Scrambler

Over the years the KTM 390 Duke has become a popular platform for customization, and this latest build belongs to Akash Das from BusyPeople, a graphic designer based in Mumbai, India. Das saw potential in the 390 for a modern scrambler, and he started off by re-drawing the subframe  creating one that is much flatter and shorter. He also designed many of the custom parts using 3D software, then 3D printed prototype parts, before having the final pieces machined ...
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