A 1972 Rokon Trail-Breaker – an 8hp 2-wheel drive all-terrain motorcycle – restored by Robert Galbraith, resulting in a bike that’s in all likelihood more beautiful than when it was brand new.
Evanta Motor Company modified an Aston Martin DB7 Vantage to make it look like the ultra rare DB4 GT Zagato from the late 1960s. A classic style married to a modern V12 engine.
German tuning company Wheelsandmore offers various upgrades for owners of the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, including carbon wheels and an ECU upgrade to boost the engine to 777hp.
A gorgeous custom bike inspired by the Iron Gorilla, Shaw Speed’s satin black beauty started as a Harley XL1200X, upgraded with Rough Crafts’ risers, bars, and grille, and fuel tank.
Domaster – a transforming Game Boy – and Tetrawing – a Tetris cartridge that turns into a bird – are LEGO Transformers from Julius Von Brunk. The Game Boy’s batteries even turn into blasters.
A stunning custom design by Italy-based workshop Abnormal Cycles, the Union has a 1942 Harley-Davidson Model U for its base. We can’t stop ogling its sidecar and the oversized chrome brakes.
Custom Bladeworks’ hybrid folding knife concept features a leaf-shaped blade and curved spine; user hand pressure on a protruding tang prevents the knife from folding during use. (Thanks, Filip!)
SLP Performance has created a new 69 piece edition of the legendary ZL1 Camaro; their vehicle boasts a custom built 427 CID engine with 750 hp, Brembo brakes and 20″ rims. (Thanks Vince!)
The lightweight, clean-lined Naked Cafe motorcycle from DP Customs is modeled after a classic 80â€²s Harley Ironhead; it oozes speed with a 1000cc engine and a #2 Audi R18 TDI. (Thanks Felson!)
It may bear the Honda insignia on its tank, but it’s actually only inspired by the classic Z series bikes, aka Monkeys. Hadrien Le Flanchec built it with his own hands using a variety of parts.
This awesome bike mod comes to us courtesy of French graphic designer Benjamin Blanchard, who modernized his Triumph Speed Triple with carbon-fiber, LED lighting, and plenty of black.
Dale Earnhardt’s racing reign inspired the Intimidator Camaro, empowered by a highly modified, supercharged V8 with an intimidating 704 hp and 695 lb/ft of torque. (Thanks Samuel!)
Modder [Ed] converts Xbox 360 Slim consoles into portable laptops with a 17″ 720p LCD monitor, LED backlights and engraving. You can send in your own console or have him use a brand new one.
A three-man team based in Camden, London that build or modify motorcycles for everyday use. Their creations may not be the fastest or flashiest rides around, but they definitely have character.
Want to make your place really stand out? Try the Subway Series by designer Jeff Mayer of 718 Made In Brooklyn. Available in different colors, sizes and in aluminum or wood frames.
Anderson Germany’s Ferrari 458 Italia Black Carbon Edition includes a new sport hood, carbon air intakes, front apron, rear diffuser and 21″ carbon rims; power is boosted from 570 to 623 hp.
The Bali branch of motorcycle experts Deus Ex Machina turned a Honda Tiger – a bike that’s popular in Indonesia – from an ugly commuter bike into a classy bike you’d love to ride everyday.
With a name like that, it damned well better be an aggressive motorcycle, and Big Dog’s custom bike doesn’t disappoint. We love that fat 280 rear tire, powered by an OHV 1966cc V-Twin engine.
Audi tuner MTM is showing a 777 hp Audi R8 Biturbo at this yearâ€™s Geneva Motor Show with top speed of 220+ mph. it’s worth about $560K and received 700 hours of aluminium chassis polishing.
Schmidt Revolution’s tuning kit for the Camaro SS pushes output to 625 hp with a compressor kit and BORLA stainless steel exhaust system; 22″ alloy wheels and a matte black body finish are available.
With 46″ tires and a Cat C7 diesel engine, the EcoRoamer’s size belies its sophistication; it uses a NASA-designed water-purifying system and pumps out a 0.8 mile wide WiFi signal. (Thanks Philip!)
Made by Giant Robot publisher Eric Nakamura and Len Higa of Onimotorworks, the car is filled with 8-bit references, from the boxy, button-filled exterior to the cartridge that turns the car on.
This gorgeous 1955 Ford Thunderbird concept car is from industrial designer Bo Zolland. The car features classic curves on the exterior, and will be built on a 2009 Ford Mustang platform.
Reiter Engineering’s latest creation is a fully race ready Lamborghini Gallardo LP600+, with a V-10 90° mid mount engine that makes 600+ hp at 8000 rpm. You can have all that and more for $400K.
Danny Berg of Cobra USA pays homage to Honda’s classic CL77 Scrambler. Berg added new exhaust and a seat to a 2010 Shadow RS750, rounding it out with masterful painting and detailing.
Bike customizer Walt Siegl was asked to modify a Ducati and make it classy but low maintenance. Siegl ended up practically building the bike from scratch, but the result speaks for itself.
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