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 …
Threesome – 1976 Suzuki GT750 Cafe RacerView Post
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.
Hageman Built – 1982 Yamaha XV750View Post
The 749 wasn’t universally loved when it came out (though some people think it’s aging well) – do you think this custom improved on the original?
Here’s a new take on the classic RD400 – a street tracker! This bike is a fresh build with a matching frame and engine – everything is claimed to be completely and professionally rebuilt.
This will probably be a love it or hate it kind of bike – which side do you fall on? This CB750 is ‘a front to back custom job’ with some interesting styling choices.
Built by Ducati Triumph New York as a project bike for the 2013 NYC Auto Show, this custom Triumph blends parts from Ducati and British Customs with the original Triumph bike.
Icon TiFighter – 2003 Ducati 1000DSView Post
Named “The Dude”, this chopper started as a rebuilt shovelhead with about 3k miles on it (it now has an additional 1,000).
Post-Listing Update: This CB750 was pulled off of eBay, final sale price unknown. I’ve heard many comments in the past that you guys/gals like seeing high dollar custom builds because it’s interesting to see how the market values it. Here’s a CB750 that’s seen $20,000 in documented work…but how much of that will come through in the sale price?
Renee – 1981 Honda CB750 ChopperView Post
With a Triumph 750 engine and a Yamaha front end, this bike was dubbed the “Traumaha”. Sounds a little too close to trauma, though that might be the point. And it sure sounds better than Yaumph!
Featured in The Horse magazine, this XS650 has been turned into a chopper with an Ardcore Choppers frame and Hugh’s Handbuilt-tweaked motor. Seeing these bikes at shows it’s one thing, but I always enjoy learning what the market thinks they’re worth…
Remember the Honda Motocompo? Built as a ‘trunk bike’ to fit into the Honda City, it was a quirky take on personal transportation. I bring that up because the name parallels well with ComposiMo, a company that has turned this Grom into a custom that fits inside of a Honda Fit.