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2000 Custom Built Motorcycles Custom on 2040-motos

YearYear:2000 MileageMileage:50 ColorColor: Custom
Location:

Washington, Missouri, United States

Washington, Missouri, United States
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Harley-Davidson Custom photos

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Harley-Davidson Custom tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,584 TypeType:Custom For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Harley-Davidson Custom description

Here we have a custom-built Harley Davidson using a 2000 Deuce as it's foundation. We were going for an "East L.A." / "Cholo" look so we used Hammerworks as the builder, fabricator and painter on this build. There are so many parts and pieces that have been customized and fabricated that it is difficult to know where to begin my description...but here goes! Starting with the tins. The front fender is a Harley dresser fender that has been trimmed down and fabricated to fit the Deuce front end and hug that 21" front wheel. The rear fender is a 100% special fabbed fiberglass fender specifically created for this build. Last of all is the gas tank. This is a stock, Deuce tank cut into three pieces using a band saw. Two additional pieces of sheet metal were added, welded and finished-off making this a truly one-of-a-kind tank. The tank is now really fat up front with a narrow waste and able to hold over 6 gallons of gas. Next is the engine. She comes with a warmed-up motor that is a real hot rod! The motor has the stock cam tensioners replaced with S&S gear driven cams so...no cam tensioners! The cams are warmed up and the horse power has been increased. There is also a "Thunder Slide" in the carb for improved performance. Exhaust is through a Vance and Heins header into a single, straight fishtail exhaust. The seat is custom made using the stock harley pan and finished off in a circa 1970's Sparkle-White naugahyde. Last of all comes the paint. Hammerwerks is nationally know for capturing the East LA paint schemes of the mid 70's low-riders and California Cholos. He really hit this one out of the park using a combination of fades and fingerprint foundations. Heavy on flake and multi-colored prisms this bike is a real show stopper. Last month we entered the bike in a large show here in Missouri and it overwhelmingly placed first and brought home the trophy for "Best Of Paint"! Since this bike was built to be a dependable, daily-rider it has just gone through an extensive inspection and service with all fluids being changed and all adjustments being made. Tires and brakes are good and this bike is ready to be ridden anywhere! There are 50,500 miles on her now but with over $3000 in engine improvements she is ready to go another 50,000 miles with no problem! If you have any questions please feel free to call me at (636)346-7688. Thanks, jim

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