King Kustoms’ Evo Build | Dago Deadeye
King Kustoms' Evo - Street Chopper Magazine
Turn on any TV, open any magazine or take a stroll down to any local pub and you’ll notice one thing; it’s cool to be chopped.

Turn on any TV, open any magazine or take a stroll down to any local pub and you’ll notice one thing; it’s cool to be chopped. But becoming trendy or in fashion goes against everything that chopper building is about. As the popularity grows more and more in the mainstream media, the prices of old motors and parts rises making them less affordable to those that actually know how to work on them. Shit, it takes several thousand dollars just to get a roller and motor these days! But what about all those Evo motors that are sitting in busted up bikes and back yard garages? Bobby Middleton of King Kustoms and Hotrods in Lombard, Illinois, did what any true hot rod builder would do and bucked the trendy power plants and built him a proper chopper using one of those good reliable motors. Enter Dago Deadeye.

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Photo Gallery: King Kustoms’ Evo – Street Chopper Magazine

Photo Gallery: King Kustoms’ Evo – Street Chopper Magazine

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