The bike was rebuilt using original parts where available and
aftermarket parts when nothing else was available. Some parts were custom-made because the originals just aren't available any more.
The bike currently has a king-queen seat, but I do have the single solo seat. I have the frame tubes and springs so I can go back to the single
seat setup. It's not a 100-point restoration but, as you can see from the photos, it sure is pretty. It's a fun bike to ride when you get
used to the controls. NADA book value currently lists a 1957 Sportster at between $10K and $14K. This bike has all new paint, lots of new
chrome and two barely used tires.