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Yamaha Xs400 | By Spin Cycle Industries

Spin cycle Industries is giving one lucky bastard the opportunity to buy one of their masterpieces. This beautiful custom Yamaha XS400 is up for grabs at Spin Cycle Industries website, the previous owner Emma only put 1,500 original miles on it. Weighing only 400 lbs, the comfortable and agile XS400 is perfect for zipping around town or commuting.



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MINI SUPERLEGGERA VISION | Image

MINI SUPERLEGGERA VISION

Mini have unveiled the beautiful Superleggera Vision, a perfectly designed roadster. Created by MINI and Touring Superleggera, the unique model blends Italian flair with MINI’s elegant and authentic British styling to create timeless aesthetic appeal, with a contemporary design. The all-electric open-top two-seater features an elegant aluminum and leather trim interior, and beautiful design details such as a tiny, Jaguar D-type-like rear fin, and awesome tail lights...
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ELLASPEDE YAMAHA XT660 | Image

ELLASPEDE YAMAHA XT660

Ellaspede create custom motorcycles, apparel and accessories from their base at West End in Brisbane, Australia. The latest creation to roll out of their workshop is this adventure-ready Yamaha XT660R, a build that can be used as a daily city commuter, but capable of crossing swathes of bush at the weekend. The end result is an aggressive, faceted aesthetic with a bold color-scheme, the custom bodywork includes a custom aluminum fuel tank, side panels, radiator shro...
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1981 Land Cruiser FJ45 | Image

1981 Land Cruiser FJ45

Another masterpiece to roll out of the FJ Company workshop. You’ve no doubt heard of the FJ40 Land Cruiser, one of the most iconic vintage 4x4´s on the road, and increasingly popular on the classic car circuit… but have you met the FJ45? The FJ45 Land Cruiser was produced in Japan from 1976 to 1986. This rugged workhorse could carry up to 13 people, and was designed to carry the troops (hence its nickname "the Troopy”). It was deployed as a commercial vehicle for mi...
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