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Hookie Honda CB750

Dresden-based motorcycle shop Hookie Co have rolled out of their workshop, this stunning 1978 Honda CB750 K7 conversion. The entire bike was stripped down for a clean minimalist look that is sure to get cafe racer purists excited. Named "Wolf", the classic CB750 is still recognizable, but everything else is modern, it was fitted with LED lighting and signals, Motoscope speedometer, M.Switches, a Spark Universal GP exhaust, along with a new leather seat that makes this custom ride drool-worthy. The entire in-line four-cylinder engine has also been rebuilt, and the entire electronics system was completely revamped. It was also given an electronic ignition for easy starting and maintenance, and was finished off with a contrasting gloss and matte black paint job. 



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FERRARI LAFERRARI

Ferrari have unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show the successor to the Ferrari Enzo, the weirdly named Ferrari LaFerrari. The hybrid super car features a 800hp, 6.3L V12 engine supplemented by a 160-hp electric motor. With a top speed of 205 mph this beast can reach 62 miles per hour in under three seconds. Only 499 of these are being produced and all of them have been sold already! watch the video via...
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TAIGA LIMITED EDITION | BY URAL

Limited to a total of 27 units, Ural have launched the ultimate adventure vehicle, the "Taiga" 2WD. The motorbike is equipped with a series of off-road accessories and pratical tools to survive e the most remote and treacherous conditions. Some of the stuff included are: a black first-aid box with 16 pcs survival kit,a  spotlight and a shovel....
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Mahindra Roxor

The Mahindra Roxor is a tiny off-road jeep available for purchase in the US! The Indian automaker has unveiled a new off-road vehicle called the Roxor, and it not only looks like an original Willys Jeep, but itís also got the hardware, and the history, to back it up. The little off-roader will be made in Detroit, and besides pleasingly-retro looks, it features a steel body on a boxed steel frame, and a 2.5-liter turbo-diesel engine combined with a 5-speed manual tra...
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