Andrew Cuevas is in the Air Force and has been for the past 13 years. He is currently stationed in Guam where he has been for the last three years. There aren’t many good things about Guam except that it’s 93 degrees year round, so the riding season really does last 365 days a year. In February, Andrew’s wife took him to the local H-D store to buy some goodies for his ’05 Nightrain for his birthday. Once his wife saw the look in his eye and gave the nod, Andrew wasted no time trading in his old baby for his new ’10 H-D Fat Boy Lo in Black Denim.
Jerry, who wrote in from Redondo Beach, California, enclosed some photos of his custom Shovelhead chopper that features a raked and rigid frame, slab-sided motor with open beltdrive, custom-made Z-bars, a set of big and blacked-out Ride Wright Fat Daddy wheels, a Wide Glide frontend, forward controls with BMX pedal pegs, a leather solo seat and saddlebag, and a custom-bent sissybar over the big rear fender. The paint is a very simple, yet nice, silver-scallops-over-gloss-black scheme. This cycle is one heck of a beach cruiser!
Rob Shimonovich from Jackson, New Jersey, dubbed this skulled-out ’06 H-D Softail Deluxe The Headache after its transformation. Rob added a big-inch motor with a stage 2 kit, Heritage retro spokes with white walls, Vance & Hines slash cut pipes, and tons of skulls. The paint is so detailed there are skulls of just about any horror character you can imagine including Freddie and Jason.