Quintin was a motorcycle guy with a very creative taste. He loved building bikes himself but when he wanted something special, he got it made. His latest creation was made from hex stock that was heated, twisted, formed, and shaped into a VL style frame to fit an evo and 6-speed tranny. The real work started after that. All the joints that were welded were ground-filled and shaped to make them look like they were casted pieces. They were then sanded and polished to get ready for the chrome plating.
The tank started out as an ’05 sportster tank that was split and made to fit the frame and motor. The right side had gas that was made to cross over into the other side to make more room for gas, and the left side was for the oil. What looked like the oil tank did not hold any oil; it actually held the coil, battery, and the rest of the wiring.
The controls, bars and front end were modified twin pipes all twisted stuff. Quintin’s bike was a masterpiece of engineering and design. It was unique in every way possible and Quintin loved it more than anything else in the world.