Allow me to momentarily turn into “Ice Vehicle-urious” – that name does not work at all. Built between 1960 and 1964 by Northern Manufacturing Company in Oak Harbor, Ohio, the Ice Skeeter was marketed as a ‘brand new winter sport’ that let you ‘skim over ice and packed snow.’
Yes, that’s $400,000. And that’s the (obviously unmet) opening bid!
Wall of Death Racer – 1929 Indian Scout 101View Post
I spent some time debating if I should feature this bike or not – this R100 has been customized into a bit of a scrambler, but do you think it’s been done well?
1 of 3 – Custom MonocycleView Post
Pipeburn Feature – 1982 Honda CB750 CustomView Post
In the seller’s words, this is “the Bonneville Triumph should have built.” His/her opinion is that Triumph did a great job with the design (though I’d argue their effort paled in comparison to Kawasaki’s W series) but they were too conservative with performance (now that I agree with). So, this custom was designed to upgrade performance – now it’s putting …
Analog Motorcycles has made some very cool motorcycles – one of my favorites has to be the Continental Scout that I featured a couple of months ago (still for sale). While this slash 6 doesn’t really do it for me, I always enjoy sharing custom builds so y’all can decide if the asking price is reasonable or insane. What’s the …
Magnum Opus – 1991 Moto Guzzi V35 CustomView Post
Martini Livery – 2006 Harley-Davidson Sportster CustomView Post
Here’s an interesting custom based on the R65LS – I’d rather have seen the build done on a base R65 (without the sweet Hans Muth-designed fairing), but it’s not like I did any of this work.
Threesome – 1976 Suzuki GT750 Cafe RacerView Post
Winner of Best in Show (and Best Bagger) at the 2013 Daytona Biketoberfest at the Rat’s Hole, this custom Harley has been seriously tweaked with a one off custom rear bodywork with motorized lids, 30″ front wheel, 16″ brakes, Ducati Diavel headlight, and more. Find this custom Harley (VIN: 1HD1KB4148Y674371) for sale with an unmet opening bid of $35,000 or …
This FLH Panhead has been mechanically ‘gone through’ and is a daily rider with a ‘strong motor’. The tranny is from a ’59 and the frame is from a ’57.