Hell on wheels is a nod to vintage fighter planes. The satin blue paint and Air Force graphics and stripes take you back while the detailed motor internals and clarity products take you inside what the machine is doing. Just enough vintage leather coupled with a host of black ops products work together in a way you would not at first expect. It's this crazy blend of aged styling, leather tooling, brass, rivets, spring seats, with a new school approach of carbon fiber, Black Ops finishing, upside down forks and radial brakes, that defines much of our bike builds. The fighter fits that bill. Check out the coincidental build off between this bike and the Shaw Speed and Custom Fighter bike here: Feuling (http://www.feulingparts.com/) got this powerplant dialed in with all of their hi-performance engine internals: custom gold anodized billet ho-flow cam plate, polished gear drive conversion, 525 Reaper camshafts, HP lifters & oil pump, chromoly pushrods and Beehive valve spring kit. We had Eric Bennett from Bennett’s Performance put it all together for and bore it to a 103” while he was at it! The bike started as a Heritage Softail, which had a ton of shit hanging off it. Wind shield, touring bags, huge gauges, fat tires, chrome and chrome and chrome. So the first step was to strip it down. The build wasn’t too tough, but as always it takes a ton of time to round up all the parts. The main areas Roland Sands had to fab up were for the leather belt covering the center of the gas tank. They also had to make custom triple trees to accept the GSXR forks. This bike was very much about the details and with all the vintage aircrafts the fasteners were all beautiful. The bike got the full stainless steel bolt treatment. Being the bike was used the engine needed some freshening up with. Some more cool detailing were the Fueling Cam plate which we anodized Gold and polished all the gears so they could be shown off through Roland Sands Clarity Cam cover (). The pipe was the first prototype of Roland Sand Designs new Slant Carbon Fiber and Stainless pipe. It was funny, they were in the middle of building this thing when Steve from Shaw’s sent them a few build pics of his War bike. He was floored when he saw how similar the builds were, it was pretty funny. What were the odds they would have the same customer want such similar builds in the same time period with the same bike and basic silhouette? With much of weight cut off and a motor that rips, she’s quick and does all the right things in the right places. Chris Wood at Airtrix (http://www.airtrix.com/) supplied the simple yet effective paint that pulls in the spirit of the WW2 fighters. We think the overall effect is exactly what Mike and Tremaine wanted. Please scroll to the last few photos for pictures of the entire BUILD SHEET! Mileage: Unknown Priced at: $39,990 Low Country Customs 912.964.4422 PLEASE CALL TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT. Appointments are available Monday through Friday 10am-6pm. Weekend appointments are available for our out of town customers. We offer appointments to ensure a unique one on one purchasing experience that provides the customer with the attention they deserve. Low Country Customs has been a dealer for over 10 years specializing in pre-owned unique cars, trucks, cruisers, sportbikes, choppers and Harley Davidson motorcycles. We have sold vehicles and motorcycles all over the world and can assist in shipping anywhere in the US and internationally. We have been a top five dealer for all the big chopper manufactures such as Bourget, American Ironhorse and Big Dog. We strive to make your online purchase as easy as possible. Our mission is to provide high quality vehicles at a reasonable cost and to keep all of our customers satisfied. We have a great selection of lending possibilities and accept all sorts of trades. We encourage you to make an appointment to see the crew and unique inventory here at Low Country Customs. We look forward to seeing you! If you have any questions feel free to call us at 912-964-4422 to get you riding on or in the vehicle of your dreams!