The "Grand Chief" was conceived and constructed by Bryan Fuller and
Fuller Hot Rods (now Fuller Moto) in Atlanta Georgia. The
Independent "hardlife" frame was the starting point along with the
Independent 23' spoke front wheel. The 100" Indian powerplus motor
has received oil pump upgrades in addition to compression releases.
The motor is coupled to the Baker rt. side drive 6 spd through the
independent open primary. The PM controls supply stopping power and
all lines are internal for an extra clean appearance. The stock
Harley springer front was cleaned up and modified to obtain the
correct ride height.
Other than the hard parts, the rest of the bike was hand-built and
all metal. There are no plastic parts on this jewel. You are
looking at hundreds of hours of professional metal fabrication
finished off with a PPG Flamboyance blue, Gold leaf and pinstripe
It competed in the 2006 world championships in Sturgis. It was also
a support bike on the Discovery Channel "Biker Build Off" show.
(Westbury vs Fuller) where it was ridden 600 miles in two days. It
is a timeless unique world-class bike that stops them in their
tracks everywhere it rolls.
There are many different custom bikes out there but this bike is
truly undeniable for anyone who understands what it takes to build
to this level!!
This vehicle is located at Atomic Motors Classic Car Sales and
Restorations in Henderson, NV just 20 mins from the fabulous Las
Vegas Strip. Come down and see us or call at 702-826-3811 or
702-556-0888. We are on-line at www.atomicmotors.net
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