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Honda Cx500 | By Wrenchmonkees

We are huge fans of Wrenchmonkees, they are a Copenhagen based custom bike shop. We have featured several of their masterpieces: Monkee #7, Club Black #02, and the BMW R100RT. Our latest crush is this beautifully crafted Honda CX500. The Wrenchmonkees team stripped the bike down, removed the rear frame, built a custom exhaust system and new fenders. They fitted a new seat unit to complement the curvier looks of the bike and painted it in a timeless metallic brown. source



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WALLY ACE YACHT

Wally Ace is the latest creation from our favorite shipyard, Wally Yachts. The superyacht boasts a total area of 282 sq meters with huge open spaces, capable of accommodating eight guests plus four crew members. Wally ace is powered by two CAT C12 diesel engines producing 385HP at 1,800 RPMA! propelling it to a top speed of 12 knots. A huge onboard garage stores a six meter tender plus all the usual toys. The yacht is currently at the end of construction. Also check...
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PORSCHE SINGER 964

Singer Vehicle Design are dedicated to the passionate study, preservation and optimization of the iconic Porsche 911. They have been hard at work developing their latest masterpiece, a 1990 Porsche 911 964, which was built in collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering. The stunning machine is powered by a 500-horsepower 4.0-liter flat-six engine and features a modified body inspired by Formula 1 cars. The lightweight (only 2,180 pounds) body is updated with im...
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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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