Tested checked out LEGO enthusiast Flynn de Marco and his friend’s Treasure of the Snake Queen. It’s a six-level animated LEGO sculpture that tells the tale of five adventurers on a quest to defeat the titular monster. It even has lights and sound effects.
DROP Structures‘ Mono cabin is its signature product. It’s a prefabricated living space that measures only 8.5′ x 12′ x 16’, so you don’t need building permits for it in North America. It has lots of customization options, including furniture, heating and appliances.
German auto shop Memminger specializes in restoring classic Volkswagen Beetles. But they’re making 20 units of a unique droptop based on the beloved bug. The Roadster 2.7 has a custom bodywork and chassis, and has a 210hp 2.7L air-cooled boxer engine and 18″ wheels.
Custom bike shop Bandit9 took inspiration from both Star Trek and Star Wars for its latest limited edition motorcycle. The L-Concept has a suspended engine and exhaust that looks like the USS Enterprise’s reactor, while the handlebar and grips are nods to speeder bikes.
Legacy Overland’s awesomely restored and upgraded 1978 Toyota Land Cruiser HJ-45. It has a 3.5L 6-cylinder diesel engine, Old Man Emu suspension, Daytona Beadlock steel wheels, BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires, LED headlights, and a Bluetooth radio connected to four speakers.
Death Machines of London found a discarded 1982 Le Mans Mk2 and wondered how Moto Guzzi co-founder Giovanni Ravelli – a former Italian air force pilot – would redesign the motorcycle. The result is a streamlined machine that looks like it’s mid-flight even at rest.
Console modder Ed’s Junk has turned the Xbox One X into an all-in-one portable system. But his Xbook One X doesn’t just come with a 21.5″ 1080p display. It also has a built-in keyboard that makes typing and navigating menus a breeze. We only wish it had a 4K screen.
Powered by a 1400cc V-Twin or a dual drive electric setup, the Odyssey is Bandit9’s vision of tomorrow’s motorcycle. It has a unibody steel frame, a tank with a see-through LED display, and a memory foam seat that bounces back to its original shape when not in use.
This 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera has been restored and turned into a rally racer and all conditions ride by the Paterek Brothers. It has a 3.2L flat six, Bosch Monotronic fuel injection, 5-speed manual transmission, ventilated disc brakes and fully independent suspension.
British auto engineering company RML Group specializes in race cars. But they did recently did the opposite of their operations, turning the track-only Aston Martin Vulcan into a street-legal beast. Lovecars spoke with the company for a tour of the conversion.
There’s only one official Ferrari Testarossa Spider. But this conversion by German coachbuilder Lorenz & Rankl is as close to the real deal as it gets, with the top hidden in a rear compartment. Only five units were made, and this is the fourth of the batch.
Porsche 911 shop Singer worked with Williams Advanced Engineering to create a restoration system for the classic 964. The Dynamics and Lightweighting Study (DLS) is focused on reducing weight and optimizing aerodynamics while preserving the car’s timeless silhouette.
The latest masterpiece from motorcycle customizer Max Hazan of Hazan Motorworks. He describes it as being “light, cheap, and fast.” All true, but he fails to point out the beauty of his handiwork, from the aluminum tank to the one-of-a-kind rear brake. More on Bike EXIF.