The CCM Spitfire Six is a monster of a custom motorcycle. With only 300 Being Hand-Made, you might have to jump on this now. Features include; Metallic Oxblood Red/British Racing Green/Pearl White tank colors, Billet Aluminium Anodizing Colors to Choose From, Seats Covers to Choose From, 19” Spoked Wheels, Renthal FAT Bars, Option to Choose From a Range of Different Seat Finish, Clear Powder Coated Chassis, Underslung Dual Exhaust System, and HEL Performance Brake Systems. This CCM Spitfire Six bike takes production motorcycles to a new level of custom.
The first self-balancing, aerospace aluminum, 100% electric fat tire scooter / bike. Features include: Hydraulic front and mechanical rear disc brakes, 1-kilowatt battery pack for over 20,000 miles of riding, minimalist aesthetic, 1200 watt motor with a top speed of 28mph, LED lights, and a 34-mile range. It's sustainable, a little weird looking, but still better than a Bird.
The Ferrari 250 GT Tour de France Berlinetta has long been seen as one of the most sought-after GT racing cars of the 1950s, with just 78 examples produced. Chassis 0903 GT is the fourth of only 36 single-louver Tour de France Berlinettas built. Delivered new to Sweden, this Tour de France was initially owned by two Swedish race car drivers; first by noted driving ace Sture Nottorp and later Kjell Lundberg. This TdF is finished in a period grey and red livery, complemented by a beautiful light grey leather interior highlighted by special Heuer stopwatches mounted in a unique rally binnacle in the wrinkle-finish dashboard.
Think of all the Knowledge you have on how normal airplanes fly and look, now throw all that out the window because MIT and NASA have created a new kind of airplane wing. A team of engineers has built and tested a radically new kind of airplane wing, assembled from hundreds of tiny identical pieces. The wing can change shape to control the plane’s flight, and could provide a significant boost in aircraft production, flight, and maintenance efficiency, the researchers say.
For over 60 years, the Land Rover Defender remained the epitome of rugged durability, versatility and capability. And the next generation of the Defender continues that historic foundation—now adding evolutionary design and the latest technologies to its list of attributes. Land Rover has tested the all-new Defender to the utmost extremes—122°F desert heat, -40°F Arctic cold, 10,000-ft.-plus Rocky Mountain altitudes, even traversing three-quarters of a million miles of demanding terrain—to ensure that it’s up to the task of everyday life with the most adventurous customers. To be revealed in the latter half of 2019, the all-new Land Rover Defender will be available for purchase in 2020.