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Venier Customs Corsaiola 02

Italian workshop Venier Customs have given another Moto Guzzi their minimalist restyling. Named Corsaiola 02, the stunning build is a beautiful interpretation of the classic 1989 Moto Guzzi V75. Powered by a four-valve, 750cc engine, the bike was completely rebuilt, the engine, brakes, and electrical system were completely restored and improved. The entire bodywork is hand made aluminum and the seat is also hand made featuring a recessed homologated tail light. Venier Customs has completely redesigned the concept of the bike giving it a new soul and style.



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1992 Toyota Bandeirante OJ55 | Image

1992 Toyota Bandeirante OJ55

Another gem is up for grabs at "Bring a Trailer", a unique Toyota Bandeirante OJ55 from 1992 that was actually built for the Brazilan armed forces before being imported to the US in 2018. The gorgeous Land Cruiser is a utilitarian dream, it is powered by a Mercedes-Benz 3.8L diesel inline-four paired with a 4-speed manual transmission and a 2-speed transfer case, and has also benefitted from a full refurbishment, including a mechanical refreshment, a strip and repai...
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EarthRoamer SX

EarthRoamer are global leaders in Expedition Vehicles, their spectacular campers are in a class of their own and combine off-road and off-grid capabilities with modern, home-like interiors. Their latest model is a mammoth expedition vehicle with a carbon fiber body, and equipped like a mini luxury home. The mighty EarthRoamer SX is built on a Chevrolet Silverado 6500HD, and boasts a powerful and reliable Duramax 6.6L Turbo-diesel V8 engine matted to a Allison 6-spee...
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1974 Lamborghini Countach LP400 | Image

1974 Lamborghini Countach LP400

Back in 1974 Lamborghini unveiled the revolutionary Countach LP400, a car ahead of its time. The unique design featured many flat, trapezoidal surfaces and large ducts and air intakes, and the carĀ“s calling card was its flip-up, scissor-style doors, which would carry over to subsequent Lamborghini models. Today, the "Periscopio" LP400 is generally regarded as the most collectible Countach. This sublime example was restored by Lamborghini legend Valentino Balboni, i...
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