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Ok, questions.

Where is this shop where they sell these located?

What tranny are they using, the stock nesco, nesco with the coan upgrade, vr2?

And thirde but not least, what are the prices?

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LaMonsterV8 said:
www.V8Choppers.com

pronomian said:
Ok, questions.

Where is this shop where they sell these located?

What tranny are they using, the stock nesco, nesco with the coan upgrade, vr2?

And thirde but not least, what are the prices?

Mike
I'll email them and ask, I saw no place on that site where the above info is stated, but I have a tendency to miss the obvious.

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Mike,
Ask them to send you their brochure. It's small, but it gives pricing and some details. I'll list a few details here on their four "packages". They "can only build a few custom bikes each year" so they make thier components available...

1) "Basic Builder Components" $4,939.00
Frame, transmission, bell housing, mid plate, rear axle.

2) "Standard Builder Components" $9,400.00
Includes all above components in Basic Builder plus: Torqure converter, seat pan, rear fender, front end, water pump, radiator, 14" electric fan & water manifold.

3) "Basic Roller" $12,350.00
Includes all above plus: Fuel tank, front fender, side plates, handle bars, wheels, tires and kickstand.

4) "Standard Roller" $15,400.00
Includes all above plus: Brake rotors, calipers, headers, headlight, tail light, front sprocket, rear sprocket and chain.

Some fabrication is required on their rear fender and fuel tank per their brochure.

I love my Boss Hoss and would NEVER give it up to build one of these choppers. BUT, I would sell a kidney on Ebay tomorrow, if allowed, to get the money to build one of these as a second bike! They are beautiful, sleek, fast and unique. My only real concern is the fact that I have never owned a rigid frame bike, so I'm not sure if that would wear on me quickly or not.

Stan is one of the partners of V8 Choppers and he is shown in the picture with Lamont. He is a heck of a nice guy and seems to be someone who I would do business with if the opportunity arose.

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I have been to the V8 Choppers Shop in Ok. Stan and Scott are very good folks to talk to and more than willing to answer all questions. There bikes are truely a thing of beauty and a very well built unit. I built a chopper from a 2002 Boss Hoss which I truely love especially after all of the changes I have made. I don't know if I would want a hard tail chopper as my only bike, but I have talked with Stan a few times and if my ins. man could get it covered I would really consider adding one of them.

Bill Banks
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