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Sanborn Canoes

Sanborn Canoe Co. manufacture beautiful goods crafted around the culture of the canoeist. Their first canoe is this rustic marvel named Sanborn Prospector Canoe, made from some of the finest materials, like carbon-fiber, kevlar, fiberglass layup, cherry ribs and cane seats. At 16 feet long, the boat is highly versatile and finished with a distinctive painted hull and gel-coat finish which is a thing of art. A beautiful piece that makes us want to simultaneously hang it up on the wall and slap it on the water this summer. 



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YAMAHA XS400 | BY HOLD FAST MOTORS | Image

YAMAHA XS400 | BY HOLD FAST MOTORS

Hold Fast Motors is a small workshop run by Andrew Hull from Austin, Minessota. He has done an awesome job turning this 1979 Yamaha XS400 into a Brat/Scrambler hybrid, named "Black & Tan”. Inspired by the knobby tires and the rough look of the Triumph Steve McQueen was riding in the movie "Great Escape", Andrew´s creation went from a brat bike to this cool knobby tired scrambler. source: the bike shed...
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LUCRA LC470

The LC470 is light, stiff, powerful, fast and perfectly balanced convertible sports racing car. A one-piece carbon fiber body fits the tubular steel chassis like a glove. Depending on the choice of GM motors mated to a close-ratio Tremec gearbox, the LC470 offers 0-60 in 3.4 seconds, a standing quarter mile in 9.1 secs, 150 mph over the ¼ mile line and top speeds above 180 mph....
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1932 FORD 5-WINDOW COUPE BODY

If you´re a petrol head looking for a new DIY project, look no further. Classic car specialists United Pacific are selling a kit to build your own 32 Ford coupe! The US company have teamed up with Ford to build the body shells, doors and other body components of your dream hot rod. You can complete your official build by purchasing the engine from Ford Component Sales. via Click here to see the 1932 Ford 5-Window Brochure ...
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