This is a 1963 Chevy C10 truck that we did a frame off restoration. We added an air bag system so it will have a nice smooth ride and sit low. We made many replacement panels and welded them in place. We added a set of 20″ custom wheels and Nitto tires. We also upgraded the brakes by adding a power booster and disc front brakes. We swapped the original inline 6 cylinder engine for a Chevy 350 ci V8 and we replaced the 3 speed manual transmission with a TH350 automatic. The bed was lifted 3 inches to make room for the air tank and we fabricated the stainless steel trim to fit the stained and poly urethane boards together. We added newly chromed front and rear bumpers and all new stainless steel hardware. Then the job was completed by removing the existing finish and spraying a fresh coat of Deep cherry red pearl with lots of clear coat. We completed this project in December 2013.
This is our famous Harley Davidson Fat Boy “copper bike”. The bike was built starting with a fully functional 1996 Harley Davidson Fat Boy. We disassembled the bike and sent many of the components, including the frame, to California and had them copper plated. After receiving the parts back, we hand polished the parts and then had all of them nano-coated with a clear coating, so they would never tarnish. We also disassembled the motor, replacing all bearings and seals. We installed S&S roller rockers, and S&S high volume oil pump, a leineweber 630 camshaft, +.040 pistons and rings, new valves and guides, fresh powdercoat, and then sent the cylinder heads and jugs to have them Diamond Cut. Fresh paint was added along with front and rear Performance Machine calipers.
This is a Chevy K5 Blazer the we designed and installed a reverse hood kit. We also airbrushed the graphics on the hood, outlined the existing paint and repaired the graphics on the rest of the truck, and then we sprayed a wet clear coat all-over.
This was a preexisting motorcycle that had seen many year of riding. The bike was disassembled and all of the parts the were blasted. The motor and trans were then overhauled. The wishbone frame, hand made fender support, risers, primary pulleys, side stand, and hand controls were powder coated matte black. We replaced the oil tank with an original panhead tank and designed/installed hidden mounts for the fuel tank. We also made and powder coated a custom motor mount. The fender, oil tank, fuel tank were then painted with a custom mixed gun metal gray and topped with matte clear coat.
This was our show bike for 2009. The power plant is a natural finished S&S 113” with an S&S level 2 Cam and an S&S Supper G Carb. The primary is a Revera Primo Brute 4 with a Chrome high output starter. The front end is an original Paughco, which was sand blasted and topped off with a flat black powder coat. Then it was overhauled with all new bushings, hardware, and springs. The Frame was handmade by Toxic Customs and powder coated flat black, it is one of a kind. All of our frames are chromoly seamless steal and TIG welded by certified welders on our frame jig. So in short, this frame is strong, light weight, and built to last. The gas tank and oil tank and fender were handmade especially for this build and painted with 8 layers of candies, pearls, and bass boat flakes and topped with 8 coats of clear, one of a kind. The fender support, handle bars, seat, license plate mount, and engine mount were also hand made for this build and powder coated flat black. The bike has Performance Machine PM calipers, rotors, hand controls, and foot controls.
This bike was built using a 1972 Harley Davidson FL motor and transmission. The frame was built in-house, along with the tins and stainless steel exhaust, handlebars, and everything else. The transmission was rebuilt and the covers were powder coated black. the motor was bored to accept the S&S 93″ sidewinder kit . The bike was then painted with a 3 stage burnt orange and topped with lots of clear.
This is a 1960 BMW that we restored in 2008. The bike showed up at our shop in boxes. All of the parts were identified and then assembled. After assuring that we had all necessary components, the bike was then disassembled, media blasted, and then all of the parts were powder coated and painted with the original alpine white. The motor was then assembled, we added new seats, tires and tubes, cables, and lights.