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Superlite Roof Tent

The new Go Fast Campers SuperLite 50 is the lightest, most-affordable hard-shell rooftop tent ever! Weighing only 80lbs in total, the minimalist rooftop tent features a hard roof and floor built from a honeycomb composite wrapped in 600D polyester, while the three wall panels connecting the top and bottom are made from 300D ripstop polyester. It also features a claw-like locking clamp system that works with most crossbars, making it easy to put on and take off a vehicle. Go Fast Campers claims the SuperLite 50 has a low profile that ranges from 4 to 6 inches thick when closed, this helps keep your vehicle’s center of gravity low, and also helps with aerodynamics, allowing you to both go faster and save on fuel.



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AUDI E-BIKE

German automakers Audi are about to unveil their e-bike, a performance electric bike for sports and trick cycling.  The rider can choose from: classic human-powered mode, the electric motor mode(it generates a record-breaking maximum output of 2.3kW) or pedaling supported by the electric motor. This highly advanced bike has a touchscreen computer and a video camera, this allows users to upload their tricks and stunts to the web. Another notable feature is the a...
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Land Rover Defender 90 TD4

The House of Cool from Lisbon, Portugal, is a classic car workshop that is dedicated to the true lovers of vintage cars. An example of their work is this black beauty, we love what they have done to this Land Rover Defender 90 TD4 from 2007. The stunning build was finished with an immaculate black paint job that contrasts beautifully with the tan canvas soft top. Inside the front seats are upholstered in dark suede leather, a stylish finish that was also applied to ...
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1981 AUDI QUATTRO

Petrolheads rejoice, this 1981 Audi Quattro is now an acquisition possibility, this one in particular has some cool history that goes along with it. Originally built to be a VAG press car, it was one of the first Quattros imported to the UK, registered in 1981. It later went into competition in 1982 in the fabulous group B series, prepared by David Sutton Motorsport/Audi UK although initially used as a recon and practice unit but then in 1983 it did race on the Roth...
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