Choppers don't have to cost thirty thousand dollars. A chopper built at home can be had for less than five thousand dollars. The key is the use of a donor bike for most of the components. How to Build a Cheap Chopper documents the construction of five inexpensive choppers with complete start-to-finish photo sequences presented in full color. Least expensive are metric choppers, two of those projects are documented here-a Honda and a Kawasaki. Next up, price wise, are bikes built using a Buell or Sportster as the donor machine. Check the sequence from Redneck Engineering or Motorcycle Works to see how quickly a Buell can be converted into a hardtail chopper. Most expensive, but still damned cheap by comparison with most of today's bikes, is the big twin chopper built in the shop of Dave Perewitz from carefully chosen aftermarket parts. If you're long on desire but short on cash, this is the book you need. The first step is in your hand. Spend twenty five bucks on Cheap Chopper and start building. * 5 start-to-finish assembly sequences * Metric, Buell, Sportster and Big Twin * How to insure and title your bike * Wiring issues explained * Bikes built by: Redneck Engineering, Dave Perewitz, M-C Works and Brian Klock.Remus, Timothy is the author of 'How to Build a Cheap Chopper', published 2004 under ISBN 9781929133178 and ISBN 1929133170.