2003 Goldammer Special Construction Chopper built by Bill Steele — luxury vehicle For Sale






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Auction price:  
US $25.000.00
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Last update: 
01.08.2016
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Model: 
Chopper
Sub Model: 
Chopper
Item Location: 
Cape Coral, Florida, United States
Type: 
Naked
Exterior Color: 
Butterscotch
Engine Size: 
1,450
Warranty: 
Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Vehicle Title: 
Clear
For Sale By: 
Private Seller
Mileage: 
2,000
Year: 
2003










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Description for luxury vehicle 2003 Goldammer Special Construction Chopper built by Bill Steele

******AMAZING SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION CHOPPER******************


I am the second owner of this custom show bike.  I bought it off of Bill Steele in 2005 who built the bike.  He is a custom builder and this bike was featured in V-Twin Motorcycles Magazine in February 2004 and 7 other magazines.  I have a copy of the magazine where the bike was featured on the cover of V-Twin and in that magazine there is a 3 page write up about the bike.  The copy of this magazine will go to the new owner.  Here is a snippet from the magazine:


"On this particular bike, there's Goldammer's name all over it.  Bill made the front end, the swingarm, and the frame, as well as the air lift system that's on it that makes the front and rear ends of the bike go up and down.  The trick about the front end is that the upper tubes are actually air tanks.  The single-sided swingarm frame has a compressor on board while the frame, from the neck on down and across the bottom are air storage tanks and the air from the frame is pushed through an air hose from the neck into the fork tubes.  Depending on how much air is left in there when I start the bike, it takes about 40 seconds to raise the bike to a riding position," Bill says. 


"Other unique features of this bike are the wheels with the incorporated pulley rotor on the rear unit.  Bill designed them himself and had RC Comp make them, while fenders and oil tank were fabbed by Bill himself or, like the Yaffe gas tank, modified to fit his design.  Bill only took the TC88 motor apart to have it chromed and polished.  He outfitted it with a carb from Carl's Speed Shop, for which he had to make a special intake because its got a map sensor in there for the computer to work.  Bill also manipulated the computer and the harness to make it run properly.  Bill also painted the bike with Wizard from Ohio laying on the turned gold-leaf graphics and Bill then reclearing, buffing, and finishing.  This bike won the Best of Show category in the Judged class at the Easy Riders Bike Show in Charlotte.

Bill Steele is a world renowned bike builder and won the first ever motorcycle Ridler Award, which goes to show how well built his bikes are.  To this day, Bill still says this was the favorite bike he ever built.  If you you have any questions at all, please email me.  If you are seriously interested in this bike you can speak to me directly.  Leave a message on my answering machine at 239-549-3685 and I will promptly call you back.  This bike is in excellent condition, there is only one small imperfection on the bike and it is a blister on the tank and it has been there since I bought the bike.  


Engine Model:  2002 Twin Cam B
Displacement:  88 cubic inches
Carb:  Carl's Speed Shop
Exhaust:  Hot Match
Builder:  2002 Goldammer
Rake:  42 degrees
Modifications:  stretched
Paint Type:  House of Kolor
Special Paint:  done by Wizard
Bars:  Arlen Ness
Grips:  Metal-Tech
Mirrors:  Paul Yaffee Originals Bullets
Headlight:  Kodlin
Taillight:  Billet-4-U
Fenders:  owners
Electrics:  owners
Wheels:  RC Components
Brakes:  RC Components
Tires:  Metzler/Avon







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