Farmall

2005 Harley-Davidson® Screamin Eagle Electra Glide® CVO custom

The foundation for this build is a 2005 Harley-Davidson® Screamin Eagle Electra Glide® CVO custom. The International Harverster Farmall 1066 is the model of tractor that Pete remembers as a kid on their family farm, and it is the inspiration for this bike build. Like the original tractor, the bike has a weathered and distressed look to it. In fact, the paint was triple sprayed with Cerakote®, which is known for its performance applications on firearms, exhausts, and electronics. The Farmall was built on the best that Harley-Davidson® offered in 2005, the Screamin Eagle Electra Glide CVO.

The frame was stretched and raked and a stretched rear fender and bags were installed. Custom handlebars were fabricated along with a one-off set of gauges and a 23-inch front wheel. The 124 cubic inch boost engine is highly modified and puts out over 255 horsepower. The engine is set up to run on race fuel or pump gas, and it features a Trask Big Power Turbo Kit.

you dream it. we build it.

Pete Nowaskey has been customizing Harley-Davidson® motorcycles for over 15 years. His success results from taking the time to understand your riding style, preferences, and overall vision for your bike. Pete and his team can take your bike to the next level. They can make mild modifications to transforming your stock Harley-Davidson® motorcycle into a full ground-up custom.

Pete and his team specialize in engine building, which significantly increases horsepower and torque. If aesthetics are as important as performance, we have you covered. Our in-house fabrication capabilities include stretching and raking the frame and developing custom components like tanks and fenders. Pete’s crew can also custom-fit performance parts by designing and fabricating adaptive components. They can also create one-off custom handlebars that fit your style and riding preference.

Pete and his crew are ready to build you the bike of a lifetime that rides, sounds, and performs beyond your expectations.