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If you have a Harley Softail or Roadking and still crave for that early look you shouldn’t think at buying and restoring a 1950’s cruiser, but consider transforming the model you already own into what it is called the Rucker Nostalgia.
It is actually a package that comes on the previously mentioned models and does a radical transformation.

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There are two things on which Rucker Performance orientated when creating the Gauntlet: style and handling. It was suppose to be long, apparently tall and clean looking and guess what? It ended up looking like this, only that with a low center of gravity, feature which covers up the second big requirement in the maker’s list. Concerning the engine, they used the same S&S 124 CID piece of engineering.

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The latest addition to the Rucker muscle bike lineup makes a good preview subject as it is one of the most desired and yet decently-priced custom motorcycles on the market today. On the open road or on the Boulevard, a Vandal would feel well at home, not waiting with the engine started in front of a Bank, as some would expect.

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Rucker motorcycles and Shelby Automobiles have more than a thing or two to say on the American muscle bikes market. As a result of their association, the Rucker Shelby enters the scene as the newest and yet the most filled-with-history two-wheeled machine. Its name remains written in history, the base idea - which had the entire project started in the first place - and the famous car’s characteristics are also there. So let’s get on rolling!

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Rucker Performance is modifying their custom bike line with the redesigned 2008 Copperhead. Priced at just $19,999 MSRP, the Copperhead will provide the opportunity for bike enthusiasts to enjoy a top quality custom motorcycle at an affordable price. The Copperhead model is a fresh concept in the consumer world giving the user an opportunity to own a pro-street style chopper with numerous options that can be added to the motorcycle including custom paint, multiple seat options, and chrome (...)
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The Rucker Performance manufacturing facilities are shifting gears as production begins on the Shelby Motorcycle. In January, Shelby Automobiles, Inc., and Rucker Performance announced plans to build "The Shelby", a limited production Carroll Shelby/Rucker Performance motorcycle, which debuted at the Cincinnati V-Twin Expo in Cincinnati, Ohio, on February 2, 2007. Twenty five collector motorcycles are now available for purchase from Rucker Performance, each numbered individually (...)
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Rucker Performance has just announced mid year model changes and a new custom look on the Gauntlet chopper. Rucker Performance has incorporated new design queues on the Gauntlet to emphasize its long, lean lines and a more hand formed, custom fabricated look. The Gauntlet features a hand-fabricated drop seat design, providing a low center of gravity and better handling, stability, comfort and ergonomics for the Rucker Performance customer. "The Gauntlet has the powerful performance, (...)
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"The quality is outstanding. The fit, finish and paint make the Predator look like a one-off custom built motorcycle. These are great motorcycles", Shelly Rossmeyer(Arlen Ness Motorcycles)

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The Assassin is an American Muscle Bike pro street style motorcycle built for performance. When Bill Rucker designed it he had a specific individual in mind.


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