This is a one of a kind 2003 Harley-Davidson Sportster Chopper professionally built by Sculpture Cycles of Arizona. This beauty is a 2 time (first place) Best Chopper winner and it was featured in the January 2004 issue of Iron Works magazine. The powder coated frame is a Dragster Hardtail by Paughco with a 42 degree rake, a 3 stretch in the backbone and a 22" seat height. Both the engine and transmission are from a 2003 XLH 1200 and it sounds just plain nasty ripping through its custom built 2 into 1 exhaust system. The front end is from a Wide Glide and is 8" over with a 3 degree rake in the triple trees. It also has an OEM Sportster tank with a custom 8" stretch, a custom fender, a custom seat and a custom oil tank that were all hand built by Sculptured Cycles. The wheels are 17 aluminum with three spokes and it has a 140/17 front tire with a 170/17 rear tire . It is fitted with a set of 18 ape hangers and has Joker Machine hand controls. The bars, hand controls, cables, K&N Forcewinder intake and the dual beam head light were all added in 2010. There are approximately 6,000 miles on this sweet ride and it was serviced within the last 200 miles. If you are in the market for a custom chopper that is comfortable enough to ride and yet affordable your search is over. If you like what you see you better pick up the phone because this one surely wont last long! For more pictures and a video of the engine running visit our website at HotRodsChoppers.com
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