He created it in 2008 with a vintage 1950 Meguro engine, and over 500 additional components he crafted by hand.
Meguro was the pionneer company in Japan in the motorbike industry. It merged with Kawazaki in 1963.
After winning the AMD Championship in 2006 with Chicara Art One, Chicara won global recognition in France, Belgium, Germany, and started to become famous for his meticulous work on motorbikes amongst the custom bike culture.
He spent nearly 6000 hours on Chicara Art Three which resulted in 220 kg of metal and a 550 cc. power.
Chicara Art Three went back to Japan, but is still for sale. For more information, don't hesitate to email us at email@example.com
Price: CHF 370'000 + VAT.