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Vagabund BMW R9T

After surprising their fans with a four-wheeler modification, Vagabund Moto are back to their usual business of custom motorcycles and have applied their magic to this spectacular BMW RnineT. The German duo gave it the Vagabund treatment with a full suite of customizations that includes hand-formed metalwork, 3D-pritned parts and bodywork, and a custom remote control that opens a Batman-like mechanism, revealing a Motogadget-powered dashboard. Extra touches include perforated leather on the seat, and a built-in credit card wallet and Leatherman pouch under it. The beautiful matte grey paint, called Selenite Grey Magno, comes courtesy of Mercedes-Benz.



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M1 ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD | Image

M1 ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD

The M1 Electric Skateboard is a recent add on to the electrified vehicles hot segment, what separates it from its most direct competitors is the fact that its design is really sleek, it doesn’t look like a bulky electric skateboard, it’s thin and elegant, the electric engines are directly located on the wheels and it features a special swappable battery, so no more worries about recharging it, just fit in a fully charged one and you’re good to go. Also featuri...
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BMW R80 ROA

Our custom motorbike crush today comes from Spanish garage ROA Motorcycles. This custom BMW R80 is their latest masterpiece, a mix of classic, cafe racer and scrambler styles. The talented ROA team striped it down to its essentials, and fitted it with a minimalist dash with a T&T speedo, a custom faux-suede seat, LED brakes light that hover above the new plate holder, and some chunky tires. They finished it of with a beautiful blue and matte back pai...
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1968 LAMBORGHINI MIURA P400 | Image

1968 LAMBORGHINI MIURA P400

The gorgeous Miura is the car that put Lamborghini on the map in the sixties, and the most redeeming thing about the Miura, is the fact that there is only so many of them. In original P400 form, the Lamborghini Miura left its rivals for dead in terms of styling, handling and overall performance. This pristine example, chassis number 3420, is one of the only variants to retain its original 1802 engine. It shows only 19,832-kilometers on the odometer, comes with over ...
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