The Harley Custo, a humanitarian project created this year by Harley-Davidson and the designer of the Custo Barcelona brand, will be auctioned off at the Balclis Auction House in Barcelona.
Adapted from a Night Rod Special, the Harley Custo was born of the joint work between designer Custo Dalmau and Ferry Clot, a motorcycle designer and builder and two-time world champion in customization.
Bidding begins at the starting price of the standard model, EUR20,450 (US$28,100). The Harley Custo will be displayed at Balclis beginning December 13, or may be viewed at the company’s web site at the following link.
The standard Harley-Davidson Night Rod Special retails for $14,699 in the Unites States, and comes available in a variety of color schemes, such as Brilliant Silver Pearl / Black Racing Stripe with ghost Flames, Chrome Yellow / Black Racing Stripe with Ghost Flames, Sedona Orange / Black Racing Stripe with Ghost Flames or Black Denim / Sedona Orange Racing Stripe.
The Night Rod Special is powered by a liquid-cooled 1,250cc V-Twin Revolution engine that produces 123 horsepower and 85 lb.ft. (115 Nm) of torque, and rides on new Michelin Scorcher tires. The bike features black wheels, black frame, black fork lowers, triple clamps, swingarm, racing stripes on the airbox cover and a color-matched speed screen visor.