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Bad Moon: A Chopper Profile


Bad Moon Chopper Pictures
Moon fuel tanks were popular on hot rods and dragsters of the 1950s and 1960s. A mere accessory on those vehicles, it takes center stage on the Bad Moon chopper.
Moon fuel tanks were popular on hot rods and dragsters of the 1950s and 1960s. A mere accessory on those vehicles, it takes center stage on the Bad Moon chopper.

The Bad Moon chopper was custom built by Kenny Rollins around a hardtail chassis from Killer Choppers. Below are more pictures and details of this unique chopper.

The tall Hurst shift lever beside the Bad Moon's fuel tank is another automotive icon of the 1960s.
The tall Hurst shift lever beside the Bad Moon's fuel tank is another automotive icon of the 1960s.
Beneath the Bad Moon's hot-rod style pleated seat resides an oval oil tank with diamond-plate end caps.
Beneath the Bad Moon's hot-rod style pleated seat resides an oval oil tank with diamond-plate end caps.
When was the last time you saw a chopper with whitewalls? Probably never -- at least, not until the Bad Moon.
When was the last time you saw a chopper with whitewalls? Probably never -- at least, not until the Bad Moon.
Both the front whitewall and the mag-style rear wheel are reminiscent of old hot rods, and blend perfectly with the Bad Moon's 1960s motif.
Both the front whitewall and the mag-style rear wheel are reminiscent of old hot rods, and blend perfectly with the Bad Moon's 1960s motif.

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