xs650 frisco-style chopper for sale

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Trent Reker- My friend Matt’s truck broke down on him for good and to stay in business he is being forced to sell his garage-built Frisco-style XS650 chopper. Matt has really been a good friend in helping me finish up the Freedom or Death Machine. He spent many hot hours welding and straightening up the bike after she arrived and I owe him.


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If you are interested in either helping him get a cheap and reliable work truck/van or buying the bike he built with his own hands, call him at 512.785.0484. He and the bike are in Austin, TX.

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His bike is a 100% custom fabricated XS chopper with a clear Texas title and current tags. It’s a daily runner that recently completed the 1000-mile Pancho Run at the end of June.  Some of the custom work includes:

  • +  Harley kicker arm and pedal
  • +  Hand-tooled leather seat
  • +  Hardtail welded on
  • +  Old school head lamp
  • +  Fake oil bag (electrical box)
  • +  Biltwell Frisco bars
  • +  Frisco’d gas tank
  • +  Rebuilt top end on motor
  • +  Mikuni VM 34 round slide carbs with K & N pod filters
  • +  Custom forward controls
  • +  Avon Venom tires front and rear

If you want to customize anything more on it Matt will give you a discounted price on any fabrication.

Matt is looking to sell his machine for $4.5k. That’s a great price for a rideable and reliable XS chopper. Help a brother out, guys. Thanks.

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5 Responses to xs650 frisco-style chopper for sale

  1. sean from boston September 14, 2010 at 6:19 pm #

    well I wish I had the money that bike looks GREAT!

  2. Tebo September 14, 2010 at 8:22 pm #

    I wish you much luck, bro’. For 4-1/2 somebody ought to trade you a solid work truck (wish I could Italicise) and a donor bike. Kharma’s gotta happen somehow. I dig the deep socket for a brake pedal. Your warrior bike totally rocks!

  3. anthony September 15, 2010 at 4:36 pm #

    Is that an elswick oil bag? Or one off

  4. Christian September 17, 2010 at 9:59 am #

    Man.. I love that seat

  5. norm younger July 12, 2011 at 11:43 am #

    Awesome bike. Great bars and seat.

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