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“The Black Chicken” started it’s life as a 1969 Triumph 650. It was completely built from the ground starting with the transmission and motor. All new bearings, bushings and seals were used along with pistons and rings. The single carb head was rebuilt and fitted with a new 930 Amal. The front end was lowered and shaved with custom made one off bars and risers. The exhaust was custom made and ceramic coated along with the seat pan and leather work all done by BOBBERDOGS. The oil tank was modified with a sight line and a remote oil filter was added. The rear fender was modified with custom mounting struts and painted to match the oil and gas tanks. The frame and parts were completely cleaned, blasted and powder coated gloss black to give a classic look. This bike had endless hours of fabrication and no expense was spared. “The Black Chicken” is now living with it’s owner Justin in New Jersey.

“T-Bone Capone” was a 1958 Triumph T110 that was reformed with no expense spared. Everything was completely rebuilt with all new bearings, bushings, seals, pistons and rings. The Lucas Generator and Magneto and single carb head were torn down and rebuilt with all new parts as well and fitted with a new Amal carburetor. Both front and rear wheels were Triumph hubs laced to custom rims and powdercoated gloss black. The pipes I made the same as my last bike and ceramic coasted them satin black to decrease their temperature. I used a vertical oil tank that I made along with a remote oil filter as well. I hand shaped the seat pan and hand tooled the leather with the T-Bone logo. T-Bone is now with it’s owner Jeff in Canada.

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