Originating back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Steampunk is a genre that has been captivating people now for several decades. Although we’ve encountered quite a handful of Steampunk inspired gadgetry, we have never seen a custom Steampunk motorcycle.
Mace Livingston turns wrenches on airplanes down in Florida, but his real passion is motorcycles, and it shows on his latest project. What started out as a standard 2000 model KTM 640 Adventure has been transformed into something that we can’t quite put a finger on. Really thinking outside of the box, the team at MaceTech Industries wasn’t limited to any boundaries. The creativity can be seen on things like the .40 caliber pistol cartridges used on the tail section, the Russian Mosin-Nagant rifle slings used for the “radiator guards,” and much more. [Via]