Seventy Three Harley Ironhead by DP Customs

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

For bike fans the 1973 Ironhead Harley is a hard motorcycle not to love, and DP Customs just made it hard for all men not to love their latest creation in the DP Customs Seventy Three Harley Ironhead.

Based off the body of a 1973 Ironhead Harley that had already been both hardtailed and raked, the team at DP Customs went to work creating one of the most beautiful bikes we have come across. The bike features the shop’s traditional crossover exhaust system, black springer, and a black & blue paint job that will definitely be turning heads everywhere you go. Whitewall rear tires add the perfect amount of contrast to an exceptionally crafted bike. [Via]

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