There are a three ways of building a custom; the cheap way, the fast way, and the right way.
There are a three ways of building a custom; the cheap way leaving much to be desired, the fast way that looks good for the moment but quickly deteriorates, and the right way, that takes the longest, but well worth the extra time. Factory Metal Works went the extra mile on this ’66 Triumph 500 to separate themselves from the sea of the quick and the dirty. Lucas Joyner, owner, explains.
Photo Gallery: Factory Metal Work’s 1966 Triumph 500 – Street Chopper Magazine