Only thing faster 0-60 is a Bugatti
Curb weight 116 lbs
Power/weight 513 bhp/t
Torque /weight 350 lb-ft/t
Top speed 150mph
0 - 100 mph - 0 12.1s
Engine type R4
Displacement 122 ci
Power 259 bhp
Torque 177 lb-ft
Power/liter 130 hp
Transmission 6 speed sequential
Layout front engine, RWD
A trendy Brooklyn establishment gets a signature look.
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A historical hotel gets a new coat of paint
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True American Muscle
1999 Chevy Monte Carlo NASCAR. Left hander perimeter frame chassis set up for road racing. 358 V8(Approx. 700hp), 1-2 Hours but should be freshened due to sitting several years. T-10, Winters Quick Change, Wilwood brakes. $25,000 OBO
BMW Styling Minus the German Price Tag
Chang Jiang 750 M1 Super. For those of you not familiar with these bikes, they have to be imported from China and are exact replicas of a 1938 BMW R71. They are even made in an ex-BMW plant taken over in WWII.
This model is considered the highest performance and most "luxurious" model from Chang Jiang. It is equipped with an air-cooled 746cc Boxer engine, 12V electrical system and electric starter. It also comes with a brand new side car (black) and tool set. This a great opportunity to own a Chang Jiang that is already imported, assembled and running well.
1 owner, imported and assembled the bike around six years ago. Less less than 100 mile on it. Turn7 has another one with a side car that is used as a pit bike, and a third one that is not yet built. It looks beautiful in person and runs great. Ideal for short distances and in-town cruising. Highway driving would not be recommended on this. However, they are surprisingly good off road with the side car and a ton of fun.
Modifications include a chrome HD kickstand and a longer hand shifter/gear selector.
Dimensions LxWxH (mm) 2400x1580x100
Dry weight with sidecar 770 lbs
Max. load with sidecar 3 persons + 220lbs
Engine 4 stroke, twin cylinder, air cooled.
Max Power 32h.p./4700-5300r/min
Max Speed 55-60mph
Electrical system 12 volt
Starter kick and electric
Clutch dry double disk
Drive shaft with u/v joint
Transmission 4 forward gears 1 reverse