1960 BMW R60 restoration

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.

1981 Honda CB750

This is a 1981 Honda CB750 that was left for dead before the customer decided to use it as a donor bike. The first thing that we did was get the bike running, to assure that we were not wasting our time and the customers money. Next we broke the bike down to the frame and then media blasted the parts. We then chopped the frame behind the engine cradle and designed and installed the custom hard-tail. We fitted the bike with Kawasaki ZX9R wheels, brakes, and forks. We had to design a steering stem to fit the triple trees to the frame and converted it to timken-style bearings for reliability. The frame was then powder coated with chrome powder and we mixed up a custom green pearl for the tank and fender. The engine was bored out to accommodate the 823cc wiesco piston kit. We also installed a dynoman custom grind cam, CR special flat slide carbs, and a Dyna 2000 ignition system. We also ported and polished the cylinder head and designed a custom Stainless steel 2 X 2 into 1 exhaust. It’s fast!!

 

 

Harley Davidson XL1200

This is a Harley Davidson XL 1200 sportster. The bike was out fitted with a Screaming Eagle kit, a peanut tank, Paughco frame, and a wide glide front end. The frame was powder coated metal flake Green and the tins were painted high gloss vivid black.

Honda V35 Custom Build

This bike was built using the motor from a 1985 Honda V35. The frame was hand made here at Toxic Customs from 1.5″ DOM steel and then powder coated with blue pearl and clear powder top coat. The Tank, fenders, fender support, kick stand, handlebars, exhaust, and jack-shaft, were also all hand made here at Toxic Customs. The tins were then sprayed with vivid black and topped with a matte clear coat. All other of the parts were powder coated high gloss black.