American Motorcycle Service – Framingham, MA

Nasty Lil’ Fuck

The weekend before last I helped my friend Ray Bowers man his booth at the New Jersey Motorcycle Spectacular. Fortunately we were placed next to a display for AMS: The Chopper Connection and across the aisle from CC Trikes & Custom Bikes of Discovery Channel fame.

Scottt Porges and his assitant were both way cool and I enjoyed hang’n next to fellow massholes from back home. Yes, Scottt is unique and spells his name with three t’s and builds some killer custom bikes like the Jokesta, Rocket 98 and Nasty Lil’ Fuck. The Nasty Lil’ Fuck is a baby blue bobber and featured in the Art of the Bobber. American Motorcycle Service in Framingham, MA specilaizes in performance work and custom fabrication.

Rocket 98

Jokesta Detail

Jokesta Double Intake

Jokesta

Cool CFL Chopper

CFL

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13 Responses to “American Motorcycle Service – Framingham, MA”

  1. I think we should all pitch in to buy that Joker chopper for joker…I knew that would get a laugh. I really like that bobber, regardless of the color.

  2. What’s with the half cocked primary on the yellow bike?

  3. It’s funny, but I have to be honest and say I love looking at these cool artistic bikes, but don’t crave riding them at all. But, I would make an exception for the Jokesta!

  4. I think you mean the double belt drive primary they have on several of their bikes Webster. Pretty neat look’n.
    I couldn’t help but think of our buddy Joker when I saw this wicked pissa Jokesta chopper which hails from a town 33 miles from the man.

  5. I agree Joker…Like the specimens we viewed the other week in Reading PA, these beauties belong on display in a museum. They are certainly IMHO more artwork than riding machine.

  6. We share a love for all things motorcycle and custom choppers are a thing of beauty that we all can appreciate but few of us would want to own or ride. When I first started this blog I was not going to include eye candy like this on my website, but I have changed my mind and think that even the most die hard long distance iron butt rider appreciates these machines and the craftsmenship that goes into them.

  7. Isn’t it strange how our tastes change over time?
    When I was younger if it wasn’t a chopper, I didn’t even look twice.
    Now i gotta take cold showers after seeing a old original knuckle or pan
    Early triumphs in the 30’s thru the 50’s
    Hell I.m even considering a BSA twin from the sixties
    But it’s gonna be a chopper…..Maybe:]

  8. That is probably the best thing that EVER came out of Framingham!

    Jay…in reading the comments,I noticed “wicked pissa”. Now THAT is something I miss! Nobody gets me here! 🙂

  9. nasty lil fuck has about10,000 miles all hard,and as for the jocksta we put over 1000 miles in sturgis alone not to mention the daily thrashing it gets around the streets of ma. thanks for the comments and we will continue to biuld wicked pissa bikes. scottt at ams

  10. Keep up the good work Scottt, my hats off to anyone who puts hard miles on one of those bad boys. I can put 1000 miles on my bike in one weekend, but I don’t think I could do it on a chopper. I would be a hurt’n dude.

  11. I got the BSA.
    Spent the night checking numbers.
    Turns out it’s a rare 65 Lightning Rocket.
    Somebody already welded on a hardtail.
    Restore or Chopper?
    What to do …What to do…Hmmm.

  12. Decisions, decisions….

  13. 65 bsa ,hmm ,i think cafe racer or street fighter as i like to call it ,alum.akronts 18@19 clip ons and put it on a diet w/some cool pipes .just a thought. scottt ams.

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