William “Wild Bill” Gelbke built the Roaddog without plan or blueprint, but with a lifetime bent as a tinkerer, and a spare Chevy Nova drivetrain. An engineer at McDonnel Douglas, he had the know-how, but as evidenced by the end result, lacked a proper sense of proportion or restraint. Regardless, the Roaddog may be the most insane street-worthy motorcycle ever built.
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