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Mini Aventador

Let's face it, most people can't afford, or don't want to spend $500k, on a supercar, much less a roadster. This auto enthusiast / farmer has come up with the next best thing by building a miniature version powered by a motorcycle engine. On the outside, you'll find custom-made body panels, designed to look like the real Aventador Roadster, a fully retractable hard top that slides behind the seats. Moreover, a height-adjustable suspension and movable exterior parts, like the rear wing as well as side air intakes. Continue reading for more pictures, information, and a bonus video.

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Liberty Walk Aventador

Japan-based Liberty Walk is a tuning shop known for their aggressive body kits, and they have just unveiled their latest model for the Lamborghini Aventador. This limited edition kit starts at $55,520 if made from FRP (fibre-reinforced plastic), or $3,880 more in CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced polymer). You get new front / rear bumpers, a vented carbon fiber hood, side sills, canards and a large rear wing. Want it as low as the prototype you see above? The air suspension will set you back $9,500. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Nerf Rival Minigun

Nerf modder extraordinaire Captain Xavier has unveiled his latest project, and it's definitely no slouch. Named the "Proton Pack Rival Minigun," it's based on the Air Zone Punisher blaster, and is capable of firing 20 darts per second, complete with a XBZ foam rocket. It's also been fitted with a battery-fed ammunition pack that that holds up to 2,000 Nerf Rival balls. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of the most interesting electric SUV at CES 2018.

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Corsair Concept Slate

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Computer modding fanatics rejoice! PC cases are nothing new, that is unless...you're talking about the Corsair Concept Slate. This futuristic super-tower PC was designed for maximum system support and is clad in stark sheets of smoked tempered glass, representing the peak of what's possible with a performance PC. Boasting massive water-cooling and dual-system hardware support, its radically designed interior makes building and displaying the world's most powerful PCs easier than ever, all with the best in fan and RGB lighting control built it. Sporting not one, but two fully water-cooled systems within its monolithic frame. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing how to make a giant flaming vortex fountain.

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Trolls Royce

Corbin Goodwin's "Trolls Royce" just might be the strangest Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II that you'll ever see. Aside from its Mad Max-inspired exterior, it features a set of 19" wheels sourced from a Porsche Panamera, and a turbocharged 6.75L V8, mated to a four-speed manual transmission from a Ford F-250 pickup truck, Holley carburetor, and an externally-mounted intercooler. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Tomohauk Jeep

Kenny Hauk's 2010 Jeep Wrangler JK 'Tomahauk' features an armored WW2-inspired design, a custom Rock Krawler suspension kit, 16-inch coilovers, 1-ton axles front / rear, a hydraulically controlled 4-wheel steering system, and dual machine guns to boot. Under the hood, you'll find a twin-turbocharged LS3 crate motor, complete with straight headers and twin missiles in the back. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one that shows what's inside a Wilson X basketball.

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Ultimate Travel Gaming Setup

While most would prefer to go out and explore a new city on vacation, sometimes weather just does not cooperate, which means either lounge around the lobby, or game. If it's the latter, why settle for a smartphone or tablet, when you could get the desktop experience with a Razer Stealth laptop and AORUS Gaming Box, which is essentially an external graphics card. Linus of Linus Tech Tips picked up both for his last trip to Paris, and as you can see in the video above, this setup easily fits on a normal-sized desk, without having to add any extensions. Performance wise, it's as fast as most mid-end desktop PCs, but without the bulk. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one where Linus Tech Tips tests a cheap 144Hz gaming monitor.

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First Person Mario 64

Kaze Emanuar, a YouTuber and Nintendo ROM hacker, has created a new hack for Super Mario 64 that uses the game's camera to follow Mario's head movement as closely as possible, taking players on a dizzying adventure through The Mushroom Kingdom. For an even crazier experience, you could pair this hack with a virtual reality headset, such as the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift. Continue reading for a a first person speed run video and more information.

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Amphibious Houseboat



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Mechanic Theon Parseghian transformed a 1967 houseboat and a crop-sprayer tractor into an amphibious houseboat that can operate efficiently on both land and water. He spent 6-months and $10,000 bringing his project to life. "I bought this houseboat because it was cool and local, and I knew I wanted to do something with it. I didn't plan on converting it until maybe a year later. I was just brainstorming with a friend and we came up with the idea to put wheels on it and make it amphibious. And then yeah 500 people showed up for this event recently and I'm there with a boat which may or may not float! It was a little nerve wracking to say the least. But we got through it. Everything went really well and it was a perfect day. So yeah, the perfect launch really," said Theon. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing what would happen in Zelda's Ganon had an assistant.

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Tesla Limousine

Based on the Tesla Model S 85, this custom-built electric limousine could be yours for just $67,000, in its current unfinished form. According to the seller, all of the new panels are made from aluminum and was originally planned to be an 'advertisement project.' Unfortunately, work was never completed, and is currently 90% finished. "This vehicle has tons of potential to become whatever the new owner has in mind. We are selling the vehicle as is without a warranty. We are a limo manufacturer and could finish the vehicle for an additional fee," said the seller. Continue reading for three more strange custom-built limousines.

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