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BSA Custom Chopper - Street Chopper Magazine
“Well it all started while I was surfing the interweb. I was checking the classifieds and came across this guy Gil’s badass little BSA oil-in-frame roller on Chopcult.”

Well it all started while I was surfing the interweb. I was checking the classifieds and came across this guy Gil’s badass little BSA oil-in-frame roller on Chopcult. It had a cool stance and rad mag wheels. I thought to myself “Man! I see a tough little Mad Max Bonneville racer! You never really see a wild setup on an oil-in-frame.” Slim Fab did a great job setting up the roller, so I was pumped. It turned out that the owner and I had a few mutual friends and he had a sporty project that he needed painted. I own Headcase Kustom Art, so getting the paint for Gil was easy, but getting it on trade was key for me. After some negotiations Gil had a paint trade and I had a BSA basket case project. I went to find a motorcycle salvage yard in my area and stumbled on a gem in North Hollywood called Johnson and Wood. This place is a Mecca for used Japanese parts. Since the wheels were XS650 fronts I figured I would use as many Japanese parts as I could to give direction other than using obvious British parts. I knew I wanted it to look as tough as possible.

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