This bobber has so many amazing features I do not even know where to start. First, Jack Deagazio built the 1974 Bobber with a H-D / 80 ci mill. So all credit to Jack on this bobber motorcycle. The white-wall tires, the amazing paint job and the handlebars are sweet. I think that the grips are really neat. Overall I am impressed with the quality that went into this motorcycle. The paint the brass work and the saddle is awesome.
I have to give credit on the detail work on the engine. This is a pure show bobber to me. There is a mirror on the other side of this picture, make sure to check out the pictures below. I would also check out the paint job on the top of the tank. It is really top notch, some serious time was spent on it. I really do the the kick start and the open belt to the chain drive that is on the other side.
Make sure you check out the photo gallery below.
Pipes- Paughco, Carburation- S&S, Primary Drive- Tech Cycle, Oil Tank- Tom Feher, Gas Tank- Tom Feher, Fender- Led Sled, Graphics- Brian Ohara-B-Man Striping, Seat- Duane Ballard, Handle Bar Controls- Kustom Tech, Risers- Paughco, Tail Light- Crime Scene Choppers, Pegs- Court House Customs, Mirror- Spitfire Customs, Grips- New York City Choppers, Oil Cap/Gas Cap- After Hours Choppers, Metal Tattooing- Steve Weinstock-Lillian Rose Choppers, Seat Pan- Fab Kevin, Oil & Gas Lines- Tom Feher, Tail Light/ License Plate Bracket- Jack Deagazio.
Overall I rate this bobber a 4 out of 5. Yes, there is mirror but that is it. No signals, no rear brake so that any and everyone can see it. If I was rating this bike as a show bike it would be a 50 out of 5 and i would say it is perfect. Leave your thoughts below and give me some feedback. Would you ride this? What would you do to improve it?