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Mark Stewart Praises His Classic Bobber

Desert Military Classic Bobber

When Mark Stewart saw his 2010 custom Classic Bobber he said:

I can’t thank you enough, the bike is gorgeous. I am so glad I chose Brass Balls Choppers & Bobbers to build the bike I have always wanted. It’s shops like you, that take so much pride in the things you do and treat the customers right, that hold true to the American work ethic. It’s a rarity nowadays, but when its found, it’s a great and outstanding feeling. Again, thank you so much.

Brass Balls Choppers & Bobbers’ Classic Bobber pays tribute to the returning vets from WWII who bought up old war surplus Harleys and removed all the non-essntials. That is what the Classic Bobber is all about… the essentials.

Desert Military Classic Bobber Classic Military Bobber with a Desert Military Theme

Desert Military Classic BobberRear fender with Brass Balls military logo

Desert Military Classic BobberHigh quality brake lever & master cylinder with integrated Harley style switches.
Machined Billet Aluminum, black anodized. Brass knurled hand grips

Desert Military Classic Bobber Wrapped 2 into 2 Drag Pipes

2010 Desert Military Classic BobberRear 4 piston calipers and disc by Wilwood Performance

2010 - Desert Military Classic Bobber S&S Powerplant with Darwin Ignition cover

2010 Desert Military Classic BobberPhotographed at World HQ

NHTSA Manufacturer

Darwin Motorcycles, manufacturer of Brass Balls Bobbers & Choppers, is a registered & licensed NHTSA Manufaturer and listed with Kelley Blue Book and N.A.D.A. services. Our bikes are easy to finance and insure.

Call 405.270.0995 for more details.

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