Listen to the Beautiful Sound of a Lamborghini V-12 Powered Motorcycle Just like any other logical person, Chuck Beck – legendary builder and...

Just like any other logical person, Chuck Beck – legendary builder and fabricator – had a Lamborghini V-12 sitting around and decided to place it into a motorcycle frame.

The Lamborghini-powered motorcycle made an appearance at a Caffeine and Octane event in Alpharetta, Georgia. earlier this month. Lucky for us, someone had his camera out when the V-12 fired up, allowing us to enjoy the glorious sound.

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The engine came from a friend of Beck's who lost his Lambo due to a fire. Luckily the engine was saved in great shape and Beck was able to custom build a frame around the V-12. The wheelbase is ridiculously long and Beck was able to machine a linkage so the handlebars could be mounted towards the back of the engine, where the rider sits.

Listen to the Beautiful Sound of a Lamborghini V-12 Powered Motorcycle

We're curious as to how the transmission works, but it looks beautiful with the exposeded chains and gears on the right side.

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While the video leaves a lot of questions unanswered – why and how – it showcases something utterly insane that obviously took a lot of work and love to complete.

It may have taken a while, but Beck has finally one-upped the Dodge Tomahawk. Watch the videos below to listen to the one-off machine in action.

Listen to the Beautiful Sound of a Lamborghini V-12 Powered Motorcycle

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Listen to the Beautiful Sound of a Lamborghini V-12 Powered Motorcycle

                                                                                                                                                                

Listen to the Beautiful Sound of a Lamborghini V-12 Powered Motorcycle
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