We love them, and the Deus Ex Machina Bel Air 1200 Framer is the perfect example of all the reasons why we love them.

This motorcycle was built by Michael Woolaway for a customer who requested a bike similar to The American, one of the first creations to roll out of Woolie’s Workshop in Venice Beach California. It combines the best of Harley Davidson, quality aftermarket parts and Deus design. Harley motor, major ’50s style thanks to Woolie’s handshaped aluminum work, and the perfect custom paint mix made in collaboration with Anaheim Rod and Custom. It’s a cafe racer that’s equally modern and vintage while still being completely, uniquely Deus.

1998 Harley Davidson Evolution 1200cc motor
Keihin FCR-39 carburetor
K&N Air filter
Daytona Twin Tec ignition system
Hand made Stainless steel chrome plated exhaust system
RaceTech rear shock built by Jimmy Wood at Moto Station
R6 forks redone by Jimmy Wood
Rad Engineering hubs with Sun rims and spokes
Bridgestone tires
Brembo brakes with a Magura master cylinder
LSL Bars
Carbon Fiber front fender
Motogadget guages

Source: Deus Ex Machina