Sandy Poglavec of Q-TEC Engineering in Dilsen-Stokkem, Belgium, has been a Harley-Davidson fan for more than 20 years. He and his wife, Brigitte, operate their very own bike shop in their charming eastern Belgium hometown. Sandy builds custom bikes from the ground up as well as making simple or extreme modifications on stock Harley models.
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The guard rail came through the right headlight, engine compartment, firewall, glove box, passenger seat, rear seat and exited out the driver’s side of the rear window. That is 120 LF of guard rail that threaded through the suburban.
The passengers, and the driver were not injured. I don't believe in luck. It just wasn't their time yet.
Russ Austin of Precious Metal Customs in Atlanta, Georgia, uses steel to create true mechanical jewels.
Design inspiration often comes from an unexpected source. “When I conceptualize a new design, I don’t look to the world of motorcycles,” says Russ. “I look for inspiration in other fields like architecture, art, or in this case, movies. I wanted the aspect of this design to be similar to the creature from Alien. If you look closely at the fuel tank, you see it has the shape of the creature’s head.”
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