Here are the first few items to be cleared out. We are open to the best reasonable offers. DO NOT LOW BALL as we will not consider. Remember, I really don't want to get rid of this stuff, but she's making me.
There's more coming tomorrow if you don't have an interest in today's finds.
Keep an eye out and be sure to open my email tomorrow to see what other treasures you could score.
Have a great day!
So here we have a Brawler GT frame and custom hand made fuel tank.
The frame starts out at Rolling Thunder as an FXR spec frame. But then we modify it to our specs. This includes the front tube gussets, the battery box.
We shorten the rear frame rails and create caps that allow for brake/signal lights to be frenched into the chassis for a clean look. We also weld on a support brace for the rear tail cowling.
Standard FXR geometry is used with 0" up, 0" out and stock rake. Rear tire fitment is 180mm. We panel off the electrical under the seat to clean it up and protect from motor and grime.
The tank is one off, hand crafted by Joe Cooper. It is a work of art. It is so masterfully made that no bondo is needed for paint.
In fact, the same tank was made for Tim Allen's bike and we did not paint it. We nickel plated it and brushed the nickel to give it a vintage stainless look.
The recess on top allows for custom fitment of almost any fuel cap you desire.
The knee indents allow for perfect ergonomics when riding. Plus they look damn good. Note, there is not bottom on the tank so that it can be custom fitted to whatever bike you are building/customizing.
We do also have a stock style fuel tank which I threw on here for comparison.
Here is a hard to find, brand new 6 Speed Rivera transmission for FLT (fits the Brawler).
The transmission has the oil reservoir mounted under it for low center of gravity and cleaner lines on the bike.
I can almost guarantee that if you are reading this article, that you probably grew up hitting bikes shows at local Harley dealerships and independent shops. You remember the ones, where two dozen bikes show up in some parking lot on a Saturday morning, and if you were lucky, there was one cool motorcycle worth checking out. The thing was that one cool bike made the whole event worthwhile, and you probably spent the rest of the weekend talking about it. Now try to wrap your head around an event where there are over 100 motorcycles spread out in a century-old Ford factory, and every single bike is badass.
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Big thanks to Chris Rupcic at Chiko's Pinstriping for creating a new t-shirt design for CC. It blows our mind when people offer up there talents to help CC move forward. Please check out Chris' website and give him a follow on Facebook and Instagram for his generous donation. You can buy yours here. We appreciate your ongoing support!
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