Neve has used a current-generation Classic 350 to transform it into a bobber that looks more attractive while retaining a classy appeal. The conversion started by stripping it down to the bare minimum, which probably wasn’t too difficult since the Classic 350 actually has a very minimal body.
The custom-built Devine has a low profile and was achieved by extending the wheelbase and cutting the stock swingarm to extend it. The stock wheels of the bike have been retained. Chrome spoke rims are finished in all black and feature chunky balloon tires.
The forks are finished in black and are stock, but the headlamp is later. It’s shorter than the original, as well with the smaller turn indicators of the latter. The fuel tank is perhaps the biggest highlight of the bike and is custom-built with gold pinstriping on it.
The overall theme of the paint job is black with gold accents which is used very tastefully and doesn’t look overwhelming at all, as it has more of a brass finish than gold which is shiny. They also have brass elements engraved on them. The seat reclines low and is wrapped in leather. The tail lamp is tucked under the seat, as are the rear turn signals.
The engine which is stock and the custom-built exhaust are finished in black. Custom fenders and disc brakes are also found at both ends. The bike is definitely a winner in styling.