Though the 2002 Harley-Davidson FXDWG3 is certainly not Harley-Davidson's first "factory custom," it just may be the most radical.
Appearance-wise, there is little that has gone undisturbed. A small "bikini" fairing surrounds the headlight, while another mounts to the lower downtubes to direct a cooling breeze to the motor. Air enters a custom filter housing and exits through baloney-cut mufflers.
Special five-spoke wheels are fitted, along with a two-position saddle covered in faux animal hide dyed to complement the paint scheme, which itself is accented with flames. Completing the look are custom grips, mirror stalks, and forward-mounted foot controls created in gleaming machined billet. Several engraved insignias call out the proper identification.
The FXDWG3 might not be for everybody, but that's precisely the point; it's aimed at the select few who want something different while keeping their machine "factory stock."