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2018 Honda Monkey

Honda have announced a new updated version of their iconic Honda Monkey! Redesigned for 2018 with a bit of a modern tweak, the popular mini-bike is powered by a 125 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 9.3 bhp at 7,000 rpm and 11 Nm of peak torque at 5,250 rpm. Inspired by the original model, the frame is reassuringly old-school, but the bike now features upside down forks, 12-inch tires, disc brakes at both ends, an anti-lock brake, as well as an LCD display and LED lights. The cool ride also comes with a 5.6-litre tank, a large seat, chrome details, and a lovely retro paint scheme.



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SPORTSMAN FLYER | MOTORIZED BICYCLES | Image

SPORTSMAN FLYER | MOTORIZED BICYCLES

The Sportsman Flyer Company started not as a business, but as a hobby. Pat Dolan has built and collected cars and bicycles for years and has always wanted to add a motorized bicycle to his collection. He decided to build one, so he developed a series of vintage style parts not available any else. Here we feature one of his creations, the stunning the Racer Model....
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TIMELESS KUSTOMS VICIOUS MUSTANG | Image

TIMELESS KUSTOMS VICIOUS MUSTANG

The Ford Mustang Fastback is one of the most iconic muscle cars in America´s automobile history, but this remarkable restoration by Timeless Kustoms really stands out from the crowd. Appropriately named "Vicious” this 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback was custom built to be "the ultimate road race Mustang”, it features a V8 engine taken from a new GT350, with both turbochargers and a supercharger added to produce a staggering 1000 horsepower. The badass street vehicle also...
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1981 AUDI QUATTRO | Image

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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