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Slammer Bagger | Custom Honda Vt 1300

The research and development departments of North American Honda unveiled three concept bikes that show that the VT 1300 range can be used as a basis for Americans to create new custom bikes. The "Slammer" (featured here) is sleek and incorporates a fully adjustable suspension, plus navigation system NAV/Multimedia sound system with 500 watts. The 2011 Honda Stateline Slammer Bagger Concept was designed by Erik Dunshee. Via



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TOYOTA HILUX EXPEDITION V1

Every nature and landscape photographer dreams of a home on 4 wheels. However, most motorhomes have low ground clearance and with no 4x4, the flexibility to drive off-road is rather modest. Adventure photographer Stefan Forster commissioned his dream vehicle, a specially designed Toyota Hilux Expedition V1. The custom camper was built by Geocar, Hurter Offroad, and Arctic Trucks Iceland, it is powered by a 225hp engine, and was fitted with a custom-made flatbed camp...
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1983 LAND ROVER SERIES 3

Another masterpiece has rolled out of the Cool & Vintage workshop in Lisbon, Portugal. This time around the guys have worked their magic on this rare Land Rover from 1983, bringing it back to better than new condition. It was completely disassembled down to its chassis, with the engine, gearbox and all mechanical parts also fully disassembled and rebuilt to factory new condition. Nothing was left untouched. The end result is one of the rarest Land Rovers you can...
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QUADSKI | BY GIBBS TECHNOLOGIES | Image

QUADSKI | BY GIBBS TECHNOLOGIES

Gibbs Sports unveiled a prototype of the first commercially viable high-speed personal sports amphibian - Quadski. It is capable of travelling up to 50 mph (72 kph) on land and water and makes the transition at the flick of a switch. Just imagine the fun of driving a Quadski on land one minute and then head straight into the sea or river the next....
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