|A nice stretch, pan seat and trim rear fender give this Superstar a makeover.|
"We emailed back and forth about an interesting Enfield I found on CraigsList in New York," wrote Chris Zeppieri.
"You informed me that it was probably a Bullet Superstar.
|Less is always more.|
"Because I am a woodworker — www.timberedworks.com — I felt I needed to add some flavor to this bike so I bent and laminated some stock and shaped that solo pan seat out of solid wood.
|Superstar had its headlight separate from instrument panel.|
"Recently brought this to the 5th Annual Brooklyn Invitational Bike Show and it was a hit; had a constant flow of people asking me about it!
|Long, low and very clean.|
|Racy but not radical.|
The Superstar was a 350cc variation of the Bullet built in the late 1980s in India and never officially imported into the United States. That makes this a very rare bird. It's even more special now.
|The Superstar the way it looked stock.|