American Motorcycle Dealer AMD 236 March 2019 - Page 14

Custom Retro winner Anthony Robinson of Anthony Robinson Gasoline & Coffee won $1,500 and prizes with a 1966 Triumph T-100 hosting a 500 cc parallel twin, engraved with an open primary belt drive. designed my own stainless tank fill, billet caps, oval oil tank and copper hard line plumbing. My custom design oil filter with bronze inlay uses a stock Shovelhead oil filter, and I’ve used banjo fittings for all the plumbing. I managed to source a vintage Performance Machine rear caliper and have custom designed the foot controls, hidden late model master cylinder and a billet battery mount (under the transmission). “My engine of choice was the 96” S&S Shovelhead style engine with Morris magneto, S&S carb, custom stainless air cleaner, 4-speed Harley transmission, 3” BDL belt drive, hydraulic clutch, Roland Sands master cylinder and a 2 into 1 stainless exhaust. The seat was made and covered by my wife Angie in natural leather with brushed stainless insert. “The paint is Tamco custom mixed colors with gold leaf by Leatherwood Motorcycle Works in Memphis, TN; the chrome final polish was done by Atlantic Coast Plating in Athens, TN, with powder-coat clear on the polished parts by Southern Powderkoating in Benton, TN.” Custom Harley-Davidson winner Eric Bennet of Bennett’s Performance Inc. took home $2,000 and prizes with a 1977 Harley-Davidson frame. The water-cooled engine was the front engine out of the Jammer Streamliner that set the AMA record at 276.376 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats in October 1978. Custom Street winner Juan Rodriguez won $1,500 and prizes with a 2004 Suzuki Hayabusa, featuring a 300 fat tire kit, custom paint with airbrushing, LED lights, front and rear air suspension, molded front windscreen, custom front fender, polished frame, custom front rotor, chrome everywhere, plexiglass grade bar with LED lights and custom seats. 14 AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE DEALER - MARCH 2019