For 30 years, Scott Gall has put his passion and artistic ability into his business, Tri Towne Automotive and Rods in Clinton, New York. He branched into cycles in 1995 when he bought a '76 Shovelhead. His interest in motorcycles grew until he went to Bike Week in 1999 and decided to expand his business into bike building by founding TT Customs.
This blue Softail is a great example of Scott's experience with fabrication, assembly, painting, and graphics. Although the fenders on this ground-up custom came from other part makers, Scott called upon his fabrication knowledge to tweak them to his own tastes.
He also molded the frame to his liking. Most of the other parts on this baby read like an aftermarket hall of fame guide: an S&S; 113-inch engine; a JIMS five-speed transmission with beltdrive; Headwinds lighting up front; Performance Machine brakes; and Eurocomponents chrome goodies as far as the eye can see. But the all of the side panels are Scott's.
With the guidance of Keith Williams, TT Customs has grown a good deal with more than 30 dealers carrying its parts. With beauties such as this, we can see why.
Model:'02 custom Softail
Time:Two to three months