It started with a guy named Scott, born in 1973, who was determined to build a custom bike that would make the rest of us drool. It ended at DP Customs, where they built one bad, bad bike.
The DP Customs ‘Seventy Three’ was built using a 1973 Ironhead Harley that had already been hardtailed and raked. They added a black springer, their signature crossover exhaust, and then powdercoated the cam cover, sprocket cover, primary cover and rocker boxes in satin black.
Throw in the hint of white and blue on the matte finished tank, and the bright blue wheels with the whitewall rear tire, and you’ve got yourself a looker.
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