GODSMACK Frontman Selling Custom Chopper

GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna has issued the following update:

"I've decided to part with my beautiful 2003 H&L Custom Chopper that was filmed for the 'Speak' video on MTV. This bike has been featured in several bike magazines and can also be seen in GODSMACK's 'Changes' DVD. I am in the process of buliding a new hotrod so I will use the money towards the buliding of a 1934 Ford coupe that I am in love with.

"This bike is immaculate!! It has a $10k 131cu inch diamond cut motor. 250 rear tire. Adjustable air ride kit. Custom engine Lights. Custom (one of a kind) GODSMACK wheels from Extreme Wheels. $7k custom paint. Way, way too much to list. Less than 1,000 miles on motor, and this son of a bitch is FAST!!!! It's truly a rocket.

"A list of specs will be faxed to winning bidder. And I am willing to take a picture with the winner if you are coming to pick the bike up personally. If the bike is to be shipped, I can include a photo of me with the bike (if you even care about having that as memorablia).

"The bike is currently in the Las Vegas area.

"This bike may be sold to the Hard Rock in Las Vegas if reserve price is not met."

The chopper's reserve price is $50,000 (Note: A reserve price is an optional feature used by eBay sellers to allow them to void the results of an auction if bidding does not reach their desired price).

For more information, visit the auction page.


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