This Harley Davidson Scrambler called SPORTSTER CAMARO 67 is inspired by an authentic Chevrolet muscle car and has been customized by the Lord Drake Kustoms team at their Harley transformation workshop in Velez Malaga (SPAIN).


Francisco Ali Manen, motorcycle customizer and owner of Lord Drake Kustoms, received a call from a customer from Belgium who was following his work and was in love with his Sportster Scrambler Bultracker models.

After several conversations, the customer from Belgium indicated to Fran Manen that he wanted a Sportster Bultracker but inspired by a ’67 Chevy Camaro he had… he wanted the same colors, stripes and even the exhaust pipe which both cases are Supertrapp.

And the party started! The customer sent from Belgium to Spain his base bike, which in this case was a Harley Davidson Nightster 1200. The client then flew from Belgium to Malaga to visit Lord Drake Kustoms facilities and finalize all the details in person… and from there, the LDK team started working immediately on the customization of a scrambler bike that was going to be very special.


Modification of the front suspension, Ohlins rear shocks for Harley, the entire subframe trimmed and the manufacture of new front and rear fenders, were the beginning of this work of transformation of a Harley Davidson that little by little was going to become a muscle car on two wheels.

Exhaust detail

Supertrapp exhausts

Detalle emblema

Chevrolet emblem

Handlebar detail

BMX Handlebars

Shock absorber detail

Ohlins shock absorbers

Custom wheels measuring 18″ at the rear and 21″ at the front, 2:1 stainless steel exhausts with Supertrapp tail for Harley, custom air filter with Chevrolet emblems, BMX handlebars, Koso odometer for Spotster, kellerman turn signals on grips and a host of details shape this SPORTSTER CAMARO 67.


Finally, in the finishes, the black engine has been combined with chrome covers and the bodywork has been painted in the same (identical) colors as the Chevy Camaro (orange with white stripes and lines of the same size); all this combined with an upholstery with orange thread in the form of diamonds for the seat.

Painting detail


After finishing the work the owner of this spectacular scrambler motorcycle flew to Malaga to check the final result in person. Following this visit, the LDK team led by Francisco Ali Manén took care of shipping the SPORTSTER CAMARO 67 to Belgium where it now lives and roars accompanied by its big brother… an authentic ’67 Chevy Camaro.
Sportster Camaro 67