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    Nicolas Cage "Ghost Rider" process Hell Cycle from Ghost Rider. (Columbia, 2007) When stunt man Johnny Blaze becomes Ghost Rider, the Devil's motorcycle-riding bounty hunter, his customized hard-tail chopper becomes the Hell Cycle-a fantasy-driven organic combination of metal and bone with two wheels and a very bad attitude. Measuring 11 feet long and standing 50 in. high, this incredibly impressive process motorcycle was custom built in Australia from the ground up for scenes where a drivetrain was not necessary. Around the frame is beautifully-sculpted fiberglass bodywork in fantastic organic vertebrae-inspired shapes and textures, painted bright silver with dark gray accents. The front looks like a demonic skull with the handlebars resembling protruding, gleaming horns. The long front forks have resin "chain-link" covers and the rear fender continues the motif as well as exposing protruding bony vertebrae. Exhibits minor wear from production.

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    June, 2016
    29th Wednesday
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