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Suzuki Intruder custom bike by Vilner is a piece of art

 
Vilner custom Suzuki Intruder M 1500

The bike features a patinated copper paint finish.

This Suzuki Intruder custom bike by Vilner clearly pushes the aesthetic boundaries and deserves to be described as a piece of art. The Bulgarian tuner and coach builder has spruced up the cruiser without modifying its bodywork.

At the┬áheart of this custom job is a state of the art paint scheme. This Suzuki Intruder is Vilner’s first custom job to feature a paint job that is inspired by patina.

Vilner custom Suzuki Intruder M 1500

The special paint scheme involves six layers of paints and agents.

The final result is achieved by applying six layers of paints and agents. The patinated copper finish is brought by special set of brushes. The blue and copper combo with unique texture further highlights the mighty cruiser’s retro appeal.

Vilner has further enhanced the vehicle’s appeal by coming up with a tasteful hand-crafted (using traditional techniques) natural vegetable tanned leather seats. The saddle gets a motif of a bull’s skull and the ‘V’ logo. Copper finish for the wheels and disc rotors round off the aesthetic enhancements.

Vilner custom Suzuki Intruder M 1500

The handcrafted leather seats feature brilliant attention to detail.

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The 2012 Suzuki Intruder M 1500 bears an exquisitely detailed 1,462 cc V-Twin heart that is paired to a 5-speed gearbox. The motor generates 68 PS and 115 Nm of torque. The kerb weight stands at a hefty 328 kg. The running gears don’t appear to have undergone any modification.

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