Here is a list of some of my favorite projects. To see one in more depth, click the title or the photo.
This bike won First in Class at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Take a look at some additional photographs of this beauty:
This bike won 4th place at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance . Take a look at the photo gallery for this 1928 Opel Motoclub 500 Super Sport that we restored:
This “Old School” beauty was customized with an Indian solo seat, custom paint, floorboards, lowered suspension, a transistorized regulator, a revamped electrical system, narrowed sidecovers, and a custom tail light. It won “Best of Show” at the 2003 AutoMezzi in Colorado.
This is one of the rarest post-war Harley made with approximately 3700 units being produced. After taking this project over from another motorcycle shop that had come to an impass on the project, Vintage Motorcycles completely rebuilt and customized this bike over a 5 month time span.
This bike was brought to Vintage Motorcycles in many parts in a collection of boxes that had simultaneously been serving as a mouse habitat. Once the parts were sorted and cleaned, it was determined what connections and parts were missing in order to reconstruct the bike to it’s original state.
This bike was completely restored. Bodywork was repaired and the required paint work was done. Pea-shooter mufflers were added for an easy restoration of a complete motorcycle. No engine rebuilding was required; only a tuneup and carburetor rebuild were necessary.
This bike was purchased from the Internet. The bike was more mechanically and cosmetically challenged than represented. Vintage Motorcycles rebuilt the carburetors and front end.