Enfield Choppers in India

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Bacca

Enfield Choppers in India

Post by Bacca » Sat May 24, 2008 4:18 pm

I am doing a mission trip to India later in the year & of cause want a bike to ride while there.
While on www.bikez.biz Indian section I found this bike

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Photo of the actual 88 Enfield 350 Bullet for sale

For sale: Enfield 350 Bullet 1988
Condition: As new Color: Black Milage: 300 Km
Description: Royal Enfield 350cc, converted into a sexy looking chopper. Modified 2 months back. Extended front forks. 6 layer Black and silver paint. Extented and hand crafted gear,brake lever.
Equipment: Alloys, HP power filter, Flamed Mirrors, Skull taillight
visit www.victorycustoms.com to view other bike builds.
Price wanted: 130000 INR (Sold private) Photo sent on request
Where: India, 440018 Nagpur

130000 INR works out to about $3000oz
I followed there link & found a lot more cool bikes based on the Enfield

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Choppers were the last thing I was expecting to find in India.

Better leave my leather jacket behind, the Hindu's worship cows & I don't want to get stoned like my name sake in the Bible.

Cromag
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Post by Cromag » Sat May 24, 2008 5:51 pm

Notice the use of the stock frames, Brilliant. I know a bloke with a meteor chop he did in the early 70's before emmigrating from Wales...he used a stock frame and basically bolted his shock mounts (top) to the swingarm...put some long legs in the front, and Wallah! (not Walla) one very cool chop......

Most Indian Enfield chops seem to be over done..but the few here are understated. Cool..personally i dig Datch Enfield chops...Less is more. heres one now!
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Post by Bearcx » Sat May 24, 2008 8:32 pm

Sweet. Different. Individual.
The exhaust on the pink thing looks like a good holder for the rifles. :lol:
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