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2005 Paul Yaffe Custom - Bike Of The Year - Wrath on 2040-motos

US $29,499.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:1800 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Spokane, Washington, US

Spokane, Washington, US
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Chopper Chopper photos

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Chopper Chopper tech info

TypeType:Cruiser Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1100 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Chopper Chopper description

This chopper was 2005 Bike of the Year and sold at auction for $85,000. She is called Wrath and she does bite. Wrath was custom built by Paul Yaffee from the ground up using his famous parts and custom machining. Parts alone on this bike tip $80,000


I am selling her because I have too many motorcycles so says the wife. Honestly I hope you aren't interested because I love this bike.


This is the only Paul Yaffe Original Chopper for sale. There are no words to describe what an amazing machine and piece of art this bike is. It was one of Paul's 2005 Centerfold Tour Bikes and was seen at all of the Easyrider shows. It absolutely commands attention and draws a crowd everwhere it goes...if you don't like a lot of attention, this is not the bike for you. It rides and handles like a dream and out performs just about anything out there. This is a no excuse bike and needs nothing. 


This is not a fire sale, and I am not desperate for cash...just too many bikes and need the room. I have the build sheet and the file from PYO, free and clear WA title in hand. $500 non-refundable deposit due within 24 hours of auctions end, balance within 3 days via certified funds, bid to win. The paint is remarkable on this bike, there is a TON of detail that simply won't show up in pictures. 


Specs:


116" show polished TP motor w/ matching TP Tranny

Primo 3" belt drive w/ custom installed airtail gauges.

Extreme "Spade" wheels w/ drive-side brake

250 rear tire

Custom sheetmetal including flush "Spade" taillight 

Custom Zombie Tank

Custom shaped front fender

Custom handlebars

Custom rear fender w/ lightning bolt struts

All one-of-a-kind by Paul Yaffe

Goldammer billet front fork

Performance Machine brakes & hand controls

Matching Spade aircleaner

Progressive Air Tail suspention

Removable rear seat


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