Just completed by Mid Life Cycles of Melbourne, Australia is their newest custom build of an iconic Royal Enfield Classic 350, sporting enough Indian-style brass alloy accents that they named it the ‘Brass Rajah.’

Starting with a factory new Royal Enfield they stretched it out and gave it a lower profile. That look required the setting of a replica 1930’s Norton tank. A new guard and new fenders were wrapped over 19″ wheels and the deep-dish leather seat floated above the rear wheel finished it off. To bring the signature throaty sound out of the 346cc single-cylinder 20 hp engine, a chrome cocktail shaker muffler was also mounted. Boasting an all black color scheme and beautiful brass details, the vintage looking ‘Brass Rajah’ pays a well-deserved tribute to the early bikes, evoking the thirties Art Deco era. [via]