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Moto-Mucci Honda CX500 Motorcycle

No, it's not for sale, but this Moto-Mucci Honda CX500 Motorcycle ($TBA) was simply too cool not to share anyway. Based on a 1978 Honda CX500 Standard, this daily urban rider has been completely restored and rebuilt with a new exhaust, a custom seat, new tires, and gobs of new paint, and has survived both the rebuild process and being run over by a Mercedes SUV, which makes us think it'll be able to tackle the streets of Chicago just fine.

  • 1929 Harley-Davidson Jet Engine Motorcycle

    Yes, you read that correctly. This 1929 Harley-Davidson Jet Engine Motorcycle ($25,000) is based on a 1929 Broad Track Racer, and is powered by twin jet engines that hug either side. While the description suggests taking it around to various events for money, we imagine you'd do just as well to keep things contained to the local deserted air strip or abandoned highway. After all, we suspect this thing isn't exactly road legal.

  • Ducati 1199 Panigale Superbike

    Powered by what the company is calling "the most powerful twin-cylinder production engine on the planet," the Ducati 1199 Panigale Superbike ($18,000-$28,000) promises uncompromising speed — and it delivers in spades. At its heart is the aforementioned Superquadro engine producing 195hp, which thanks to tremendous frame and engine integration resides in a bike with a dry weight of just 164kg — that's roughly 362 lbs — along with class-leading tech like a sporty ABS system, traction control, Ducati's Electronic Suspension, quick-shift, Engine Brake Control, and Ride-by-Wire systems, and a TFT display that changes to suit your environment. Not that you'll have time to notice. [Scouted by Carl]