Custom Harley Softail: Pure Gangster’s Paradise

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Understated yet highly detailed. Style for days. Does it get any more gangster than this sweet Softail?

One of the most appealing things about the custom Harley scene are the sheer number of styling directions you can take. From barebones choppers to over-the-top big-wheeled baggers, you can literally build a Harley to suit any taste. No matter what your personal preference, it’s easy to appreciate the hard work that goes into any of these special builds. Including this sweet gangster of a Softail built by Texas Motorcycle Warehouse in San Antonio, Texas.


We spotted the wild Softail over on eBay, where it was recently up for grabs. And it immediately grabbed our attention amid a sea of similarly awesome bikes. The aggressive, in-your-face aesthetics come from a carefully curated list of parts that begins with Dirty Bird fenders and a bolt-on 26″ American Suspension neck. Throw on a set of Fat Spoke wheels (26″ front and 18″ rear), and boom – instant attitude!


If all of that isn’t enough, a custom air ride setup, miles of chrome, and 18″ Carlini apes give this Softail a serious injection of style. The paint is really the star of the show, however, with an attractive silver and black combo highlighted by plenty of custom touches. Even the Ballin Customs seat was custom stitched to match the unique treatment, which is certainly a nice touch.

Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts.

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