|You're going to have trouble identifying this Royal Enfield motorcycle.|
Roger likes to do things just a bit differently. And, since last year, he has finished a couple more examples of motorcycle eye candy.
"I'm sure the purists will hate me for this," he wrote in 2012, explaining that he planned to put the motor of a 1957 Indian Trailblazer into the frame of a 1965 Royal Enfield Interceptor. Well, he did, and it's yellow!
|This is one good looking "mongrel."|
"Joe Hunt magneto; air filter a repop of an early filter; homemade chain guard; complete front end off a new India made Bullet. A real mongrel."
|Color in unexpected places sets off this hard tail custom.|
|Somehow, what you don't expect looks completely natural.|
|How did he get there from HERE?|
To my eye, the results are splendid. Where did he get the confidence to mix, match and colorize motorcycles?
"I hate to say it but it's been 57 years from my first bike 'til now. I've been 'chopping' them my whole life. Even when I buy a new one now and then. Neat part is a fellow came over the other day riding a Harley I built 30 years ago. Looks and runs like the day I built it."