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Jesse James West Coast Choppers / 2000 El Diablo #4 / Motorcycle Mania Bike on 2040-motos

US $75,999.00
YearYear:2000 MileageMileage:250 ColorColor: Orange
Location:

Waynesboro, Virginia, US

Waynesboro, Virginia, US
Jesse James West Coast Choppers / 2000 El Diablo #4 / Motorcycle Mania Bike, US $75,999.00, image 1

Chopper Chopper photos

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Chopper Chopper tech info

TypeType:Chopper Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1966 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:1W9SK2501YP279104

Chopper Chopper description

Up for sale is a very famous, one of a kind, well documented West Coast Chopper. This is the El Diablo Model that was hand built by Jesse James himself and documented on the discovery channels first "Motorcycle Mania". It was also featured in the August 2001 issue of American Iron, taking the cover and having a five page spread within the magazine. This is a very important motorcycle, as it was built by one of the best builders in the "Modern" era of choppers and the program that followed its build launched a decade of "reality" motorcycle shows. If there is one modern motorcycle that belongs in a museum, this may be the one. Don't miss this opportunity to own "THE" motorcycle that re-ignited the chopper industry. Please look at the pictures and make your purchase accordingly. If you have questions please ask before making your purchase.


Technical Data:

Originally built for: Steve Weaver
Home: Long Beach, CA

Current Owner(s): Mr. Powers
Location: Virginia

Builder: West Coast Choppers
Time To Build: One Year
Cost To Build: $75,000.00
Chromer: Long Beach Plating
Polisher West Coast Choppers
Painter Damons, La Brea, CA
Paint: Tangerine Candy Flake

ENGINE

Brand: Merch Performance
Builder: Bruce; West Coast Choppers
Displacement: 120 Cubic Inch / 1966 Cubic Centimeters
Cases: Merch
Flywheels: Merch 4 1/4"
Balancing: Bruce; West Coast Choppers
Connecting Rods: Merch
Cylinders: Merch 4 1/4"
Pistons: Merch
Heads: Merch
Cam: Zippers .654" Red Shift
Valves: Merch
Rockers: JIMS Roller Rockers
Lifters: JIMS
Push Rods Rivera Taper Lights
Carburetor: S&S Super G
Air Cleaner: West Coast Choppers
Exhaust: West Coast Choppers "Hell Bent"
Ignition: Dyna
Oil Pump: S&S
Primary Cover: West Coast Choppers "El Diablo"

TRANSMISSION

Year/Model: 2000 / Baker Six Speed
Case: Baker
Gears: Baker
Clutch: Primo
Primary: BDL

CHASSIS

Frame: 2000 El Diablo
Front Forks: El Diablo Mid Glide
Swingarm: El Diablo
Front Wheel: Custom Chrome Penta
Rear Wheel: Custom Chrome Penta
Front Brake:   Performance Machine Four Piston Caliper
Rear Brake: Exile Cycles Two Piston Caliper and Sprocket Rotor
Front Tire: Metzler 80/90/21"
Rear Tire: Metzler 180/55/18"
Front Fender: El Diablo
Rear Fender: El Diablo
Fender Struts: El Diablo

ACCESSORIES

Headlight: Headwinds
Taillight: Littlejohn
Fuel Tank: El Diablo
Oil Tank: El Diablo
Handlebars: El Diablo
Seat: Danny Gray
Pegs: West Coast Choppers
License Bracket: West Coast Choppers
Mirrors Paul Yaffe
Hand Controls: Performance Machine
Foot Controls West Coast Choppers


I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed with this bike. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me at (540) 241-0602. If you require financing please make sure that you are approved by your lending institution before placing a bid. If you are the winning bidder at the end of the auction, please keep in mind that this auction is a legally binding agreement for you to purchase the motorcycle. Winning bidder is required to pay $1000 non-refundable deposit within 24 hours of auction close. Remainder of final auction value is due within (7) days of auction close. All payments are to be in the form of Bank Wire Transfer, Cashiers Check, or Cash. Buyer is responsible for any and all shipping/delivery charges. I can help with shipping arrangements if necessary. Bike can be stored for a fee for some time following auction end provided all payment criteria are met. 








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