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Harley-Davidson Scrambler

From there workshop in a industrial warehouse in South Sydney, Australia, Gasoline Motor Company have striped to its essentials a Harley 1200cc street bike and turned it into an exceptionally high-powered scrambler. The impressive build is nothing short of a savage beast, it can handle all terrain, in any weather, thanks to its raised clearance and rugged all-terrain tyres. Named "A-15” the all terrain powerhouse features a brat style seat and matching grips covered with weathered brown cowhide for maximum comfort when racing over dirt roads. To finish off its adventurous spirit the bike was hand painted in a unique camouflage pattern to match the outdoors theme. watch the video below



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QUINNY LONGBOARDSTROLLER | Image

QUINNY LONGBOARDSTROLLER

Remember the longboard stroller? Well, after two years of intense development, the bold concept becomes reality! Developed by Quinny (a high-end stroller-maker), the longboardstroller is the perfect antidote to boring strollers, making way for a hip new option for urban mobility with children. Although unique and very exciting, the product was developed with the childīs safety in mind, and was designed specifically for this application, it features specials trucks a...
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FERRARI CALIFORNIA T

Ferrari have presented their latest masterpiece, the California T. The beautiful topless grand tourer will be officially presented in Geneva and will surely steal the show. It comes equipped with an 8-cylinder 3.9L turbo engine delivering an impressive 560 hp and 557 pound-feet of torque, and is capable of sprinting from 0-62 miles per hour in a mere 3.6 seconds. The hardtop retracts in only 14 seconds, quickly transforming the stylish coupé into a sleek sophi...
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BMW Garmisch

BMW have brought to life a long-lost concept by Marcello Gandini, one of the grandmasters of car design. He was responsible for legendary cars like the Lamborghini Miura and Countach, or the Lancia Stratos. Presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 1970, the gorgeous Garmisch was never seen again, until now. The painstakingly created reproduction was built under the stewardship of BMW Group design head Adrian van Hooydonk, it features a clean side profile that is not un...
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