This Custom Harley Fat Boy is a Rolling Work of Art
This incredible custom Harley-Davidson has been so customized that it barely resembles its former self. It’s the first Harley by Tom Mosimann, aka GS Mashin, who has been working on building bikes for the last three years. He’s based out of Bern, Switzerland and has given this bike unique bodywork and a crazy cool paint job. According to BikeExif, Mosimann was inspired by old salt flat racers and drag bikes, designing the entire body out of steel on his own. Every last bit was the product of his imagination—from that large headlight shroud to the rear with its integrated light is his work. RELATED: See The Harley-Davidson Project Livewire
He covered the seat in leather and even added a “GS” signature to the air filter. Along with his handiwork, there is an Auto Meter speedometer, LSL bars, and Roland Sands Design Grips. He left the original rear wheel and shocks, but lowered the forks and gave them an upgrade to Progressive Suspension springs.
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It took GS Mashin nine months to complete the project, which includes his own custom paint job. As crazy, and incredible, as this bike looks, he’s also made it street legal. This is no small feat in Switzerland, where noise regulations are some of the toughest around.
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