The original Harley XL 1200C arrived at the company’s Sydney workshop, and was tweaked on by the crew’s mechanics to create a tasteful new rendition. The latest addition to the Deus Harley series features chromed-out wheels with a cobra chain-conversion. On the front end, sparkling forks are topped off with billet-top clamps, custom levers and switches, and uniquely designed 7-degree chrome clip-ons. The bike also features a new fuel tank, a modified fuel pump housing system, filler cap, and a retro-vintage speedometer.
Featured in a lavish paint job, the two-toned black and silver motorcycle also has a café racer styled tail-piece that rocks a quilted brown-leather seat and integrated blinkers. It also totes a custom Bassani exhaust and a tethered fuel pack-system from Vince & Hines. Nearly everything on the bike was customized and was orchestrated in congruence with the customer’s wishes.
Checkout the head-turning bike above, and let us know what you think about the custom project.
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- Thomas Walk