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Bandit9 Dark Side Motorcycle

Daryl Villanueva from Bandit9 has rolled out another supreme custom motorcycle from his workshop in Beijing, China. His latest masterpiece is the custom built "Dark Side", an impressive and futuristic looking ride for the ages. Built on the Harley-Davidson Street 750 platform, the sleek ride is handcrafted to perfection with an understated yet intimidating aesthetic inspired from aircraft aerodynamics. The fluid lines of the stainless steel demonstrate Villanueva´s mastery of working with metal, the one-piece tank and rear cowling make for a sweeping, dramatic appearance. Other standout details include a tinted windshield, a bright white LED headlight, custom stainless steel fenders, as well as a 2-into-1 Vance & Hines customised competition series exhaust. Powering the mysterious beast is a 750cc liquid-cooled engine with a 60º v-twin, which produces 7955 rpm and 43 lb-ft of torque. "The Dark Side” is limited to just nine editions. watch the video below

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Porsche Safari RS

An off-road Porsche! We love this, partially because its just cool looking and partially because it drives automotive purists up the wall. This spectacular 1986 Porsche 911 was transformed into an off-roading beast by famed Wisconsin racecar builder Kelly-Moss. The unique build started as an old, beat up, raced, and used up 911, it was fitted with knobby tires, a brush guard and a winch, a roof rack, front push bumper, big lights, a gorgeous carbon-fiber dash board,...
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Few doubt that future vehicles will be powered by electricity, solving the pollution problem, especially in big cities. But the options currently on the market are expensive. This is the Twizy, an affordable urban vehicle designed by Renault, with only two seats - motorbike style, with a passenger sitting behind the driver - very small, light and agile, perfect for city use....
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The iconic Meyers Manx Dune Buggy was designed initially for desert racing by boat builder and surfer Bruce Meyers back in 1964. It quickly became popular for dominating dune racing in its time, and was eventually also released in a street-oriented model. At the time, as other firms rushed to replicate the design and layout, hundreds of thousands of Manx-style buggies soon flooded the market. In total, only approximately 7,000 original Manx dune buggies were produce...
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