These are all links to our Photobucket account where we keep all the photos. We like to get pictures of the projects as we build them so you can see what we did and how. Just click on the image to get to the pics.
Chander and JJ are building a Hardtail out of parts that JJ has picked up over the last couple of years.
This is Chandler's 54 Pan frame with a 56 motor. The frame is stretched, welded, cleaned, finished, and finally chrome plated.
Justin is a friend that we met in Iraq. This was his Bobber..... He has since picked up a Road Glide.
Lee had a pile of parts laying around for quite some time. He asked us to do some of the assembly and finish up the fabrication work.
Chandler picked up this AMF Harley that had been sitting outdoors for nearly 14 years. He gave it some love and now it is showroom new.
This 1960 Sedan DeVille is chopped 3", on air, suicide doors, 20s on the rear and 18s on the front. I also has a Cummins 6BT (12V) and a NV4500 5 speed tranny.
This project is still in the parts collection stage. We will get started soon....
Dave bought this hardtail and it was sort of a mess. We fixed all the jacked up stuff so he had a safe bike to put on the road.
Fred was tired of the stock Honda look and feel. He wanted a rigid and gave me a call. He asked if it was possible to make a rigid out of a Honda.... I told him we can make a rigid out of anything. All it takes is time and beer.
JJ bought this bike bone stock. He's never been one to leave well enough alone.... it's had several modifications, including multiple color changes.
Kenny wanted to convert his bike from a "street bike" to a "road bike". He has done several long distance trips so I'd say it was a success.
Greg originally bought a museum quality 94 Ultra Classic. Original has never been his thing....
Randy drove by JJ's house for over a year. Seeing the garage door open all the time with JJ building, Randy finally stopped and asked if we would build him a bike. We did.... and he painted it so it looked like a New York Mets team bike (so ugly). Finally after years of getting crap for the colors he painted it black/black. Much better.
This is a 06 Suzuki DL650 (VStrom) in a hand-made frame. Most of the fabrication work is completed..
Lance bought this Ultra for the ride to Sturgis.... that was years and several trips to Sturgis ago.
We started helping Sam with this project but he eventually got into Jeeps and lost interest.
JJ got this 79 FL years ago. Like everything he owns, it has been through several modifications and color changes.
Lance got a deal on a basket case Sporty. We put some time into it and made it cool.....
Derek got this very used skoot from a guy in Southern Maryland. He brought it to us on a trailer because it didn't run. I was pretty ugly too. He asked us to get it running and "make it cool". I need it for Daytona Beach in two weeks....... yeah, we made it.
We built a Custom Chopper for the Bob's BWM (The oldest BWM Motorcycle Dealer on the East Coast of the US). He gave us a R1200C and cut us loose.
Willy lives in Munich, Germany. He bought his bike from a dealer in Arazona and had it shipped to me. He sent an extensive list of modifications he wanted (250 rear tire, custom swingarm, etc. etc.). Got everything completed, shipped the bike to Germany, and it passed the TUV inspection on the first try.
This was the first chopper JJ ever built. Pretty much started with a parts bike and made this thing.... simple and awesome.
Lampo wanted something totally custom so we built this one from scratch. 300 rear tire, 127 inch motor, right side drive, auto clutch..... and this thing is low, low.
When Joshua was 15 I bought a bone stock Honda CM250 Custom. We took the Sawzall to is to make it really custom. He is 24 now so I sold it this Spring. Still runs and rides like a champ.
RREBAR was a Custom Chrome kit bike. I kept the important stuff, sold the rest, and built what I needed. It's been to Sturgis a couple times and done several other long rides to shows. Really great bike....
This 97 Buell Cyclone was fast but didn't handle well and looked totally goofy. It had been sitting in the corner of my shop while we were building RREBAR. Once we finished that project Chandler asked what I planned to do with the Buell.... so we put it on the list and want to work. Still crazy fast, handles a little better, and looks pretty cool now.
Chandler gets bikes in his head and the only way to get them out is to build them. Mad Max was a really cool jockey shift bobber.
This 1972 XS650 was built to resemble a 40's style flat tracker. Kick only, leaf-spring springer front end, rigid frame, heavily modified Honda fuel tank, custom ignition.... this bike had it all.
E wanted a custom cocktail shaker exhaust. I just added to the existing system, through in some 45 degree bends and shaker tips.
Chopped 40 something Chevy truck cab. Shortened bed, closed-in Model A frame, small block, turbo 400.