Warr’s Harley-Davidson CustomsWarr’s Harley-Davidson, Europe’s oldest Harley-Davidson dealership, will once again be displaying a line-up of customized King’s Road Custom Harley-Davidsons, two of which will have been built especially to be unveiled at the Salon Prive 2013 Sept. 4-6.
Details of these two bikes and others to be displayed by Warr’s will soon be released. Followers will be able to see the creation of both custom built bikes from early stages of design all the way through to their completion via Warr’s and Salon Privé’s official Facebook and Twitter feeds.Since 1924 Warr’s have been designing and hand crafting beautiful custom built bespoke Harley-Davidsons in house at their dealership on the famous King’s Rd in Chelsea, London.Head of Design & Custom at Warr’s, Charlie Stockwell, is highly regarded in his field and has won many awards and commendations for his creations. As you can imagine his client list reads like a who’s who of the great and good, and most recently includes a Formula One World champion, legendary rock star and of course leading lights in commerce and industry.Fortunately you don’t need an F1 salary to afford a Warr’s Custom. A lot can be achieved for those on smaller budgets looking for something a little different. So if you prefer unique to standard use your imagination and let Warr’s Customs get to work for you. Fast forward a few weeks and you could be riding down the King’s Road on your very own King’s Road Custom.Charlie Stockwell (Head of Design & Custom at Warr’s Harley-Davidson) says: “We are really looking forward coming back to Salon Prive, the event is firmly established as the UK’s most prestigious Super Car and Motorcycle Show and the Concours d’Elegance is a calendar highlight amongst enthusiasts, collectors and buyers of modern and classic super cars and bikes.”Tickets for Salon Privé can be purchased at salonprivelondon.com or by calling the Ticket Hotline on 0808 100 2205. Entry is fully inclusive of Pommery champagne, lobster luncheon, English afternoon tea and full access to all areas.
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