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BMW R80 Scrambler

Named "Oliveira" this awesome BMW R80 Scrambler conversion by NCT ​​Motorcycles is available for grabs. Located in Austria the custom motorbike specialists stripped this beauty down to its essentials and completely rebuilt it with a scrambler look in a super color combination. Skilled work at the highest level was implemented, it was fitted with new electrics combined with Motogadget components, the engine was re-sealed and discontinued, the frame was powder coated and the remaining parts repainted. For more information on the build, and how to purchase, contact NCT ​​Motorcycles.



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MOTOPED SURVIVAL BIKE | Image

MOTOPED SURVIVAL BIKE

Remember the popular post we did on the Motoped conversion kit? Now the same guys behind the petrolhead DIY project have presented their new kit, the Motopeds Survival Bike : Black Ops Edition. The apocalypse ready ride is built with the same kit as the standard Motoped, but comes with a bunch of action ready accessories to choose from, including a crossbow, two gas packs, a survival shovel, a harpoon, a blade a saw, carabiners, an axe, climbing rope, flashlight, an...
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EHANG184 ONE-SEATER DRONE | Image

EHANG184 ONE-SEATER DRONE

Chinese drone maker Ehang are taking the game one step further, unveiling the Ehang184, a one-seater drone that can carry you around. The autonomous aerial vehicle employs four arms and eight propellers to transport a person (up to 220 lbs) at speeds reaching 62-miles-per-hour. The 500-lb quadcopter lets the user control navigation through an on-board app, where you can choose a destination, then simply sit back and relax as the drone takes over. watch the inspirati...
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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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