JR got crafty on the ribbed gas tank,  so
I cut a ribbed rear fender to match.

Damn near everything on this Scoot is
handmade.  I modified and re-welded
the frame.  Mike at Jaded Past Customs
in Newcastle California did some retro
70's style frame molding and painted
everything.  The frame is gloss black
with metallic and the Lime Green.
Specs: 1972 HD Quad Cam
Builder:
Stevo
Motor: Original 1000cc pumped!
Carb: Rivera SU
Tank: Jason Roche (barter)
Frame: HD cradle, cut/raked (36 deg),
and hardtailed!  Molding by Mike
Klemp.
Wheels: OEM rear with mechanical
brake.  Bob's single  blade front spool.  
Tires are Avon Speedmasters.
Saddle: Redtail/LRC pan, leather by
Bree Mclean.
Front End: OEM HD with shaved legs.
Fender: Ribbed/Stevo LRC
Bars: Rock's modified.
Oil Tank: Paughco
Engraving: Stevo LRC
AHC: Flattrack Risers and Titmouse
Tailight.
Electrical: George Reynolds.
Battery Box: Stainless by Stevo

Moto Loco was hand built at LRC.

Painters included Mike Klemp and
Kandystriper for the pinstriping and
enamal work.
Moto Loco has been sold to a guy from Japan!
Now the guy wants to put a damn electric start on the bike so
his wife can start it!  That sucks!

You can't live in fear or denial when you choose to own an
Ironhead!