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What's blue loud and out of control? "Gonzo"! This is Matt's 1960 Bonneville, and he gave us free reign to build it like it needed to be built. Gonzo features chopped, flat-bottomed, and narrowed Fat Bob tanks, one-off finned primary covers, finned timing cover, and new thousand-piece twisty exhaust pipes :D

 


 

Here is a very special build, “Old Man”, which started off as a numbers matching 1958 Triumph T110. This bike was commissioned to commemorate our client’s late and VERY loved father Rick. This build got our custom split tanks, some special leather work on the saddle, and a full complement of our latest mechanical upgrades for vintage Triumphs. “Old Man” now lives in California.

 


 

This '62 Triumph Bonneville is the latest build. It will be going to the gulf coast. Paint by Ryzart, Photos by JD. This bike was featured in "The Horse Backstreet Choppers" August/September 2014, issue #142.

 


 

This 1961 Triumph T110. It got a top-shelf European-made HD replica springer and some custom-made, split, gas tanks, that were made made in-house, among other things. Enjoy!

 


 

"Pura Vida" is a 1956 T110 that went to California. Paint by Ryzart. Photos by C. Todd Sherman. This bike was featured in "The Horse Backstreet Choppers" issue #129.

 


 

"Frau Blucher" is a 1960 Triumph T6R, and was completed for a client on the East Coast. Rich killed on the paint! This bike was featured in a four-page article in "The Horse Backstreet Choppers" magazine, Issue #122 September 2012.

 


 

"Sherralee" was built for a client in Australia. It is a 1959 Bonneville, freshly finished and beatifully photographed by C. Todd Sherman. Model; Jerrica Nixon. This bike was also featured in "The Horse Backstreet Choppers" issue #117. Enjoy!

 


 

"Black Adder" is a 1969 Triumph 650 "unit" bike and is freshly finished, here are a few pics of the build. "Black Adder" was also featured in "The Horse Backstreet Choppers" magazine, Issue #111 August 2011.

 


 

"Low Tide Larry" is a 1960 Triumph TR6 pre-unit 650cc, and is now in Japan with its new owner. LTL was also featured in the Feb 2010 issue #95 "The Horse, Backstreet Choppers" magazine.


"Angry Monkey" is a 1956 Triumph TR6 pre-unit 650cc, and was my daily ride for four years. This bike was also featured in a 4-page spread in the June 2011 issue# 109 "The Horse, Backstreet Choppers" magazine.


"Lefty Lucy" is a 1968 Triumph 650 "unit", and is now somewhere in Florida with it's owner. It is also in the 2011 Horse BC Calendar


" Olde English" is also a 1968 Triumph 650 "unit" bike, and I have no idea where this one is now.


 

 
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