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Walt Siegl Dual Sport Ducati

The good-looking L’Avventura Series is a built-to-order adventure bike of the highest caliber. Built by New Hampshire based craftsman Walt Siegl, this gorgeous dual sport Ducati is powered by a 1,100cc L-Twin Ducati engine and features a 6.5 gallon fuel capacity and a sophisticated GPS system for long journeys. Other upgrades include a custom suspension spec´d to your liking, bug eye Hella lamps, and 21-inch front/17-inch rear tire wheel combo with the knobbies of your choice. L’Avventura is built to order to your ergonomics and terrain preferences.



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MICROLINO ELECTRIC CAR

Inspired by the adorable BMW Isetta from the 1950s, this small, eye-catching electric city car looks unlike anything else on the market, and will soon be available for purchase. The two-seater Microlino meassures a mere 2.4 meters (8 feet) long, and both driver and passenger can access and exit the interior through its single front door. It is capable of cruising at around 56mph and features a battery that can be recharged at any conventional domestic power socket. ...
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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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BMW R100S Black Baron

Our latest custom motorbike crush is this beastly beamer by Denmark’s Relic Motorcycles. The donor bike started as a BMW R100S (it was actually an old police bike) from the 80s, and was striped to its essentials. The old rear section of the frame was removed, and the centre rear section of the frame was extended in order to mount a Biltwell Harley solo seat on, that features twin rows of LED brakelights underneath. It was also fitted with twin Hagon 420mm shocks, wi...
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