The bike is listed on Mobile as the Harley-Davidson TGS Nr. 58 Bobber Old School Softail, making no secret of what it wants to be. For all intents and purposes, though, names other than Harley's contributed to making it what it is.
The bike’s frame is something called a Santee Gooseneck and it’s assembled, like a wide range of others like it, in the facilities of another German shop, Thunderbike. As per the listing, it holds in its embrace a RevTech 88ci engine working a primary belt drive, breathing through a BSL exhaust system, and developing just 49 hp.
You might notice that on the engine it says TGS. That’s yet another German garage, which for this build was responsible for various covers, but also the fuel and oil tanks, the front and rear fenders, lights, and side license plate holder.
The bike is not new, as it has already spun its equally-sized 18-inch wheels (with the rear one just 200 mm wide, the smallest we’ve seen in a while) for 3,700 km (2,300 miles). Even so, we’re told the “TGS is in almost perfect condition.”