When I stumbled about this news and some pics in an automotive blog I thought “Damn, what an amazing idea”. The Electric Ford Bronco was developed and is produced by Zero Labs, Cal. USA. They are “… a passionate team of entrepreneurs, technology investors, advertising and media experts, financial managers, advanced race vehicle engineers, electric vehicle prototype manufactures, composite engineers, aerospace fabricators, premium classic car manufacturers, high net worth support and global industrial designers driven by a single purpose.” Zero Labs’ premium classic electric vehicles “are restored and handcrafted to show car quality seamlessly powered by a covert all-electric drive system. They are designed to be low maintenance, environment-friendly at superior luxury and refinement. Their goal is to offer everything you love, minus everything you hate. To be enjoyed now and well into the future.” Only 150 Broncos of this first edition premium electric vehicles are available for reservation. It is expected that the price can be more than $ 300.000, but maybe you know the “ICON” Bronco (see LTG Post from 2011) which is $ 250.000 up. Check the list of specifications and available options of the ZeroLab Bronco – leaves nothing to desired and using just the best materials. Great Idea. Much more information you will find @ Zero Labs and check this Videolink.

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Maybe you heard about it: in 2020 a new Defender will be launched. But this one will be far away from the Defenders of yesterday that were built till 2015. So what’s about this incredible 1991 Land Rover Defender 110 with a V8 engine. “Imported from the UK and breathing through a 3.5-Liter V8, this right-hand-drive model sends power through a five-speed manual transmission and a two-speed transfer case. This 110 also sits on a two-inch suspension lift and BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires. The inside is as bare as you like it with simple blue cloth upholstery. This Defender isn’t an out-of-this-world restomod or a faithful numbers matching model, but it’s just the right amount of classic with a few tame updates to make it more capable. (Gear Patrol).” To maximize your appetite on this blue classic monster Defender check up the pics of the ugly 2020 Defender below. For more information check the great Blog-site of Gear Patrol.

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And this will be the ugly 2020 Land Rover Defender



If I would have the right place to park, I mean enough space, and if I would have some money to play with, this truck would be mine! This Jeep Wagoneer is such a beauty and it would be the perfect car for me and my dog “Toni”. The price is nice too and the condition seems to be perfect. It was built in 1979 and the speedometer just shows nearly 26.000 kilometers. V8, automatic, 4-wheel-drive, a lot of chrome and such nice colors in and outside with a smart wood application – classic! The car is located in Bonn, Germany, and it is sold by Alltagsklassiker. So check the site for more information.
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1st of may is off in germany: so called labor day. so there was time to visit the US AND CLASSIC CAR MEETING of frankfurt, germany, located car club PEP CARS. saw a lot of old and new CAMAROS, my favorite us car, and some nice other stuff. always great to hear V8 engines roaring and bubbling, smelling petrol and oil. bad pics | LTG

my little boy with an orange big toy.