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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-17-2016, 03:48 PM Thread Starter
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Successor-ish to the Dodge Tomahawk

Yep, you read that right. It's powered by a Ferrari/Maserati 4.7L V8...

LM 847 ? Lazareth V8 4700cc | Lazareth

Let the images from there do the talking. I'm too busy wiping love juice from my pants.
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Lollllllllll. But its a dodge

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Nah, not a Dodge. These guys are Lazareth. I called it a successor-ish purely because of the wheel and crazy engine setup.
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As a Viper enthusiast, I'll always love the Tomahawk. Just the balls it took to produce it! But this Lazareth takes it to an entirely new level... beautiful!

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Nah, not a Dodge. These guys are Lazareth. I called it a successor-ish purely because of the wheel and crazy engine setup.
oh ok. I looked up the tomahawk certainly 2 badass bikes

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