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Outdoorsy is a new service that aims to develop the RV renting market just like Airbnb did for private homes. So this means business for eager RV users that just don’t want the hassle of owning one, and also for the RV owners that may now turn it into an extra source of income. This startup is  growing fast around the world, simply check the spot you wish to explore on Outdoorsy’s map to see if there are any RV’s available, choose the one of your choice then just set your check-in and out dates and you’re good to go. In addition to the RV you may also rent extra gear RV owners frequently possess such as kayaks or surfboards, just to name a few, so you may get a more complete experience on your RV touring trip. For owners, this renting scheme also provides some extra peace of mind than a classic renting one because you may decline renters and accurately define your conditions such as areas or mileage or even pet policies.

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We have already you shown you the stunning Frauscher Motoryacht, now from Brasil yachtmakers Zonda comes this awesome machine. The boat accelerates from 0 to 20 knots in less than 9 seconds and reaches a speed exceeding 50 miles p/h. The idea came at the hands of businessman Eduardo Souza Ramos, who inspired modern Italian Wally boats, he then hired the internationally renowned boat designer Javier Soto Acebal....
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Developed and built by TJ Russell, this custom Porsche Baja 911 is now being offered for sale on the Collecting Cars auction site. We love this, partially because it is just cool looking and partially because it drives automotive purists up the wall. The impressive Baja Prototype is said to be the ultimate off-road 911, and the idea is to pay homage to the off road racing success Porsche had the mid 80s, using today´s technology and engineering to out-fit and upgra...
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While we wait anxiously for the debut of the 2020 Ford Bronco, we´ll keep drooling over the vintage version of the iconic 4x4. We have seen a variety of resto-modded models, but  Zero Labs is taking a different approach to restoring Broncos with an all-electric version built on an original chassis.  The company will work its restoration magic on the 1966-1977 Ford Bronco. Once finished, one such vehicle (just 150 are planned to see daylight) will pack ove...
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