What was your intended objective when you started the build?
To make heads turn with a badass looking little scooter.
What motivated you to start your project?
My love of the retro look, 70’s styling.
RATE THIS BUILD
Submitted by: Nacho R
Make, Model & Year: 2002 Harley Davidson Sportster XL1200C
Fondly known as: Zoe
Time spent: ....
Motorcycle cost: At the time, $5,000
Money spent: Won't say cause my wife might read this.
Engine: Stock carbed 1200cc Evo with red racing plug cables.
Intake: Carbureted with a Joker 4inch air filter.
Exhaust: Wrapped pipes, I always loved the way wrapped pipes looked on old hot rods.
Transmission: Stock 5 speed.
Frame: Stock Harley Sportster
Suspension: Stock front end. Rear end is slammed with 10.5 HardDrive shocks and a lowering kit. Chrome shock hardware.
Wheels, tires and brakes: Shinko 777HD White Walls.
Finish - Paint: I painted her myself, outside, no paint booth or anything. Matte black. The Harley-Davidson tank decals are custom made with reflective vinyl that jump out at you at night when the light hits them.
Accessories: Custom bobbed fender, Le Pera Buddy Boy solo seat, 3 inch tank lift, 14 inch apes on 6 inch risers, 11.5 chrome round sissy bar. Some blood and a lot of sweat.