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Hellcat Combat Motorcycle By Confederate

The Combat by Matt Chambers Confederate Motorcycle Company of Birmingham, features a design specific hand ported and polished head design, special camshaft grind, retuned intake system and retuned exhaust system, which harmoniously result in a 12% gain in rear wheel horsepower and a 4% increase in rear wheel torque. Only 20 editions will ever exist.




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Anza interior
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Nomus Glashutte
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2011 MORGAN THREEWHEELER

This car was a huge success for the Morgan Motor Company back in the early 1900Ā“s. Now Morgan have relaunched this popular model with a  "Screaming Eagleā€ 1800 cc engine from Harley Davidson, and a Mazda 5 speed gearbox. This permits the threewheeler to achive  0-60 in 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 115 miles per hour. ...
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1991 Mercedes-Benz 250GD Wolf

Among our favorite SUVĀ“s there is always a place for the G-Class. Expedition Motor Company are specialists in the restoration and sale of the Mercedes-Benz Wolf (also known as the G-Wagen). Each one of their builds has the same ageless iconic beauty we all love, but is tailor built for today. Every 250GD Wolf that they restore is a masterpiece that is close to 1,000 man hours in the making. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop is a full frame-off re...
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Billy Electric BMX

Equipped with a 500-watt motor, the Billy proclaims to be a blend between a BMX and motocross bike. The compact urban bike features a 13.6-Ah Samsung lithium-ion battery located inside the top tube of the 6061 aluminum frame, powering a 500W Bafang rear hub motor, and providing a top speed of 20mph. The foldable e-bike also features a range of approximately 41 miles (66 km) per charge, 20-inch wheels, four-inch fat tires, a carbon belt drive, mechanical disc brakes,...
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