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Triumph Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition

Inspired by the two-wheeled ride seen in the upcoming 25th James Bond movie "No Time to Die"  this murdered out version of the Triumph Scrambler 1200 is now available for order. The 2020 Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition is a limited-edition Scrambler 1200 XE motorcycle featuring a unique 007 design scheme and limited to a production of just 250 models worldwide. Just about everything is black, and it comes with a Bond-themed finish plated next to the scrambler-style exhaust, along with a startup screen with the classic 007 camera iris logo, and a real leather seat with embossed logo. As a limited-edition model, it also has a numbered plaque and comes with a special Bond handover pack.



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1978 LAND CRUISER FJ40

Our friends from FJ Company, specialize in performing full, frame-off restorations of the classic Japanese Toyota FJ series. Their latest masterpiece is this beautiful 1978 Land Cruiser FJ40, a build they consider to be their best work to date. The guys performed their trademark frame off nut and bolt restoration, replaced the door panels, windows, dash pads, and headliner, and re-upholstered the seats. They also rebuilt the 4.2-liter six-cylinder engine, four-speed...
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How cool does this look! Bruno is a Swiss based brand but operates very much in Japan. Their bikes are very stylish and combine great parts with good frames. The bike features cork tape handlebars and tan tyres, it has 8 speed´s and indexed shifters....
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ANYTHING SCOUT NEMO TRUCK

The "International Harvester Scout" is one of the most desirable trucks from the 1970s, it was the first true Sport Utility Vehicle. But, although they are undoubtedly great-looking vehicles on the outside, they weren’t exactly built to last, and what lied under the hood left much to be desired. NEMO Equipment founder Cam Brensinger commissioned the best Scout shop in the country - "Anything Scout” (an outfit that’s been restoring these vehicles since 2013) to work ...
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