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1968 Custom Built Motorcycles Chopper on 2040-motos

YearYear:1968 MileageMileage:350 ColorColor: Kandy Tangerine
Location:

Omaha, Nebraska, United States

Omaha, Nebraska, United States
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Chopper Chopper photos

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Chopper Chopper tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:chopper roller For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Chopper Chopper description

Custom built rigid rolling chassis, Paughco frame, CCW girder, American mags (magnesium) front and rear machined for tapered Timken bearings. One off parts are license plate/ tail light bracket, sissy bar, seat. Gas tank is a customized peanut and has been boiled out and resealed. Moon 3qt. oil tank. Wilwood rear caliper on a sprocket/rotor.
Forward controls with master cylinder. Biltwell grips with whiskey throttle. This is light as a feather and handles very well. Frame will accept any Harley big twin from Evo on back.

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Custom Choppers for Allstate Insurance by Ness, Perewitz, Fairless Unveiled at Bike Week

Tue, 13 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Mega stars of the custom chopper world Arlen Ness, Dave Perewitz and Rick Fairless have each built a one-off custom motorcycle for Allstate Insurance Co. Each bike embodies themes representing Allstate’s involvement in the motorcycle community, like the company’s motorcycle awareness program called Once is Never Enough (ONE), which Fairless incorporated into his design. A fourth motorcycle, a Victory Cross Country customized by Ness, is the grand prize in Allstate’s national sweepstakes (www.allstate.com/motosweepstakes).

Handy Manny Fix-It Motorcycle [video]

Fri, 14 May 2010 00:00:00 -0700

If you know or have any little ones yourself and want to introduce them to the world of motorcycling and/or mechanics, this Fisher Price toy could be a great gift.  It comes with a blueprint that lists fifteen different projects that you can do with the motorcycle, for example you can turn your sportbike into a chopper or attach a sidecar. List price is $36.99 but on Amazon you can currently purchase it for $31.95, checkout the demo video and commercial after the jump. Get the Flash Player to see this player.

Motors For Nothing (Kicks For Free): A New E-book By Dain Gingerelli

Wed, 07 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Care to lap a race track alongside racing legends Kenny Roberts, Eddie Lawson, Bubba Shobert and other greats? Curious about what really takes place during a new-motorcycle test session? Want to know how those cool action photos you see in the magazines are created? All this and a whole lot more is within the digital pages of Dain Gingerelli’s new tome; Motors For Nothing (Kicks For Free).