News Factory Metal Work Creates Triumph for Mooneyes

Factory Metal Work Creates Triumph for Mooneyes

2012-factory-metal-work-creates-triumph-for-mooneyesVintage Triumph 650

The Factory Metal Works, the premier custom builder and parts manufacturer specializing in custom classic motorcycles, is pleased to announce the completion of its latest hand-crafted creation: a custom vintage Triumph 650 for Mooneyes USA Owner Shige Suganuma.

This modified 650 is the culmination of several months of fabrication and customization, including:

  • Custom The Factory Metal Works (TFMW) Triumph Loop
  • TFMW Moon Version Bolt On 3″ Stretch and 3″ Drop Hardtail
  • 21″ Spool Black front wheel with 4.50 Firestone tire and 18″ black rear Triumph Spool wheel
  • Triumph Stock Narrowed Gas Tank
  • New TFMW Mooneyes Triumph Spun Oil Tank
  • TFMW True Vintage White Seat with TFMW Custom Bolt On Seat Hinge
  • Chrome TFMW Chrome Rippled Low Level Pipes
  • 140 Style TFMW Chrome Bars
  • Custom Ripped Footpegs with White Rubbers
  • Barons Speed Shop Rear Fender
  • Pre-unit Front End with Rippled TFMW Fork Covers
  • Tiger Cub Full Chrome 21″ Front Wheel and 19″ Full Chrome Rear Wheel

Lucas Joyner (The Factory Metal Works Founder) says: “It’s such an honor to have built this bike for Mr. Suganuma. I have long respected Mooneyes as a company and it’s a pleasure to build for them.”

About The Factory Metal Works

The Factory Metal Works brings to life true vintage show bike builds with new age trends and technology. TFMW utilizes new methods of fabrication and in-house part designs mixed with old school ideas and appearances to make for a more reliable motorcycle. Engines are completely gone through and rebuilt with modern revamped valves, bearings, seals and race tolerances. For more information, please visit thefactorymetalworks.com or call 1-888-308-6641.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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