DiMora is back to seduction with world’s finest custom bikes
DiMora, known for developing the world’s most luxurious sedan, the $2M Natalia SLS 2, is back in the news for its custom motorcycles that made a debut at Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance held each Father’s Day in Beverly Hills. The California-based company has exhibited three exquisite custom bikes along with a new automobile that took over 60 years to finish, the world’s only Tucker Convertible. The Knight Moves Series 180 is a classic pro street springer, the Dragon’s Breath Series 250 is a softail chopper and the ZTango Series 300 is an easy rider softail chopper.
The Tucker Convertible is the only one in existence and is available for sale. The classic car was earlier put up on auction at the Russo and Steele collector automobile auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, and attracted a bid at $1.4 million, below the reserve price.
DiMora motorcycles are available worldwide through their growing dealer network. Each bike is a work of art, and comes with a hand-crafted leather seat, DiMora signature custom-built motor and a matched six-speed transmission to deliver the ultimate ride.
Via: DiMora Custom Bikes