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Harley Scrambler H-1 | By Vdbmoto

VDBMOTO have rolled out of their Brooklyn based garage another straightforward beautiful build, a Harley Davidson 99’ Sportster 1200 that has been deconstructed, upgraded and rebuilt into a unique machine, the Harley Scrambler H-1. The frame was shortened, a new modified tank was mounted, micro LED indicators were attached to the bar mounts, and new chunky Continental tires were fitted. To finish the look, the functional and fun to drive Sportster was painted with a pastel Jaguar green that blends beautifully with the handmade brown ribbed leather seat.

This awesome ride is currently for sale through their website, you can send the guys an email for more details.




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1967 Shelby Mustang GT350

Renown auction website "Bring a Trailer" have listed one special vehicle, a spectacular 1967 Shelby Mustang GT350. The iconic muscle car is in pristine condition and features early models inboard headlights and the desirable, and rare, four-speed manual gearbox, and was originally finished in Dark Moss Green with white rocker panel stripes, and a black vinyl interior. The car is powered by a replacement K-code 289ci HiPo V8, and features power-assisted steering and ...
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VANMOOF BICYCLES | Image

VANMOOF BICYCLES

Vanmoof is an ambitious young Dutch company that was born from a love for bicycles and a hunger for change. The basic idea is to help all citizens of the world to move around within the city in a fast, easy and stylish manner. According to Dutch designer Sjoerd Smit, everything unnecessary was removed from the bike, only maintaining comfort, simplicity and style. The bike is light, with no cables in sight, it features a LED light powered by a solar panel, it has 3 g...
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HONDA E

After a number of sneak peeks in the past and a near-production prototype demonstration named EV, the new Honda E is now available for pre-order. The adorably retro urban electric car is available in two power options: 134 hp or 151 hp and both will produce 232 lb-ft of torque. That’s good for 0-62mph in eight seconds. The Honda E will go roughly 136 miles on a single charge thanks to a 33.5 kilowatt-hour battery that feeds a single electric motor. As for charging...
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