We are excited to offer custom fabrication services to clients with a specific motorcycle and ride style in mind. Clients are asked to put 30% down for parts and another third down in the middle of the process, with the final payment expected upon completion.
Whether you have a custom build or restoration service done at our shop, you can count on quality work and an extreme attention to detail. With more than 30 years of service experience, we know what it takes to build and restore sheer excellence in motorcycle form. We treat all bikes as if they were our own, as we're passionate about all things motorcycle-related.
Regardless of your budget or brand, we're ready and more than willing to do whatever detail-specific work is necessary. Dealerships will not work on older models, but that is no problem for us, as we're specialists in bikes of all types. We also offer financing for all major jobs. For more information, please visit our Facebook™.
When it comes to restoring, we leave no nut or bolt untouched,
no painted surface unpolished, no wiring untested, and
no part goes without inspection, repair, improvements or upgrades
Our Level A total restorations fall under the following general phases:
1: disassembly, cleaning & assessment
2: frame paint or powdercoat
3: engine and transmission rebuilding
4. carburetor rebuilding
6: first level of re-assembly / rolling chasis
7: body work paint
8: 2nd level of re-assembly / wiring & hoses
9: final assembly
10: test ride & fine tuning
It doesn't matter what make, model or year motorcycle you have. From American made to Metric. Chopper or stock. We can handle all your needs.
Pictured above is a 1979 XL1000 Sportster. The customer wanted to convert his bike into a hardtail. First everything needs to be taken off, the frame gets cut, Then the hardtail kit is mocked up and welded. From there the oil tank and battery box is fabricated. A side mount taillight and license plate holder is installed. The customer requested that we don't cut the fender because he wasn't sure if he was going with a sissy bar. The customer was very pleased. If you have any questions on fabrication. Call or stop by.
Pictured below is a 1981 FLH that was restored and painted to the customers taste.