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Tractor V75 | By Venier Customs

Another stunning Moto Guzzi restyling by Venier customs, an Italian workshop. The redesign is based on a Moto Guzzi NTX, a motorbike used by the Italian police force in the 90´s. The end result was named Tractor V75, a real Moto Guzzi Scrambler with military-style paint, fat Vee Rubber tires, and new hand made fenders, side panels and tank. This beauty is currently for sale, contact Stefano Venier at his website for the price.

Also by Venier Customs: Diabola V35 C




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DIABOLA V35 C | BY VENIER CUSTOMS | Image

DIABOLA V35 C | BY VENIER CUSTOMS

Venier Customs are an Italian based studio that customize motorcycles. Their intent is to simplify and remove all the cheap and unnecessary parts from mass produced motorbikes. Their bikes are restored, redesigned and rebuilt using top quality parts while keeping the structure of the bike intact. Their latest creation is the stunning Diabola V35 C, the result of a  redesign based on a Moto Guzzi V 35 C from the eighties....
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1948 Ford Super Deluxe Marmon-Herrington Wagon | Image

1948 Ford Super Deluxe Marmon-Herrington Wagon

The Woodie station wagon originated from the early practice of manufacturing the passenger compartment portion of a vehicle in hardwood, it is most closely associated with mid-century surf culture. This pristine example featured here is an original Ford Super Deluxe V8 Marmon-Herrington Wagon, an exceptionally rare period conversion to four-wheel drive. Headed to auction, this 1948 year model was modified by Marmon-Herrington and got some major upgrades. It is power...
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PATCHNRIDE

Patchnride is an ingenious solution that lets you repair all punctured bicycle tires on the go in less than a minute! As the product name suggests Patchnride lets you patch your puncture from the inside, simply push the spike into the tire hole, then pull the slider to load the patch and hit the start button to release the adhesive. Voilá! Pump up your tire and you´re ready to go. Never change a bicycle flat again, enjoy your ride… via. watch the video Patchn...
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