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Autofabrica Type 7

AutoFabrica are undoubtedly one of our favorite names in motorcycle customization. Bujar Muharremi and his crew work essentially on Yamaha SRs, and the latest masterpiece to roll out of their London Garage, is the Type 7 Yamaha SR500, truly a triumph for the custom house. The Type 7 Series features two new Yamahas, the Type 7D in metallic black, and the 7E in gloss white. Both beauties started out as 1980-model SR500s, they were completely striped down to their essentials, and rebuilt with a complex bespoke tank, new motors, high-compression pistons, and beautiful bespoke, hand-made sand-bent exhausts with an integrated heat shield. The end result is a minimalist bike built to truly fly and explore the off-road world. Would you take the black one, or the white? watch the video below



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