Based in the UK, Auto Fabrica is a renowned custom motorcycle outfit that distinguishes itself from the rest of the industry through heavily stylized designs that maintain a strong visual theme throughout. The shop is capable of elaborate wildly-unique builds like its futuristic jet-fighter-inspired R9T-based Type 18, and Yamaha Type 11 builds, though its latest project is a back-to-basics affair that sees the British builder return to its signature curvaceous and rounded-out aesthetic.
Dubbed “Type 19,” the project is based on a ’72 Triumph T120 that’s been bestowed with the classic scrambler moto treatment. Not sporting a single rigid angle, the 650cc twin features old-school custom fat fork tubes, and ultra-tidy cockpit, custom rear shocks, beefy spoked rims shod in knobby rubber, and a long, handworked rear fender. A one-off subframe and scrambler-style saddle feed into a round, low-profile tank, putting an elegant yet modern twist on the traditional scrambler genre. Auto Fabrica’s hallmark sweeping dual pipes also find their way onto the build. While it’s nothing groundbreaking, it’s hard not to recognize the overall cohesiveness of the design and the masterful execution displayed by the shop. To see more of Auto Fabrica’s work, check out the shop’s website linked below.
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