Not exactly a motorcycle manufacturer you'd expect to see as a bobber, or cafe racer, but there you go, you learn something everyday. Ural , the Russian motorcycle, often seen in a sidecar version, has many die-hard fans. It's one of those motorcycles that once it's going, it never stops, short of an atomic bomb.
A guy in the USA, from Saint Motor Co, bought an almost new Ural motorcycle from someone who lived in Russia, and took the motorcycle with him back to the US.
The Ural 650 was part of a sidecar combo, and was pretty standard (the photo below is of the actual motorcycle):
Black, two seats, and a gear for reverse. After a bit of TLCTender Loving Care later, the 1994 Ural, with only 250 kilometers on it, looked like this beauty:
The Ural 650 Bobber was put on sale on eBay, and sold for US$4,100... a very low price if you ask me.
Click here for the Ural Bobber eBay page (many more photos and video)