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Excelsior Henderson Custom stopped traffic at the Rhinebeck Grand National Meet. This particular bike was given the custom streamliner restyle in 1936 by a man named O. Ray Courtney and recently restored by motorcycle collector Frank Westfall. The Henderson custom is one of those timeless machines that looks as good now as it did then.
This slammed custom BMW motorcycle is a 1977 R80/7 built by Luka Cimolini in his garage in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Based on a 1930 K.J Henderson with an inline-4 air-cooled engine, all of the bodywork is custom and it’s the sort of thing that would have impressed even Ettore Bugatti. The Henderson Custom is owned and restored by Frank Westfall from Syracuse, New York. His first outing on the bike was to the Rhinebeck Grand National Meet in 2010.