An Addition to the Family



In mid January, a brighter and more outspoken sibling debuted along side Ol’ Blue.  Lamborghini Orange is the color, and if you had a Lamborghini, you’d see that the colors matched perfectly.  We borrowed the color codes from the bullish brute and layered a liquid pearl right onto a Stiletto.  I have to say that I’m very pleased with the results.  I think the color and the attitude compliments the bike perfectly.

It was nice to see them gleaming side by side.  It was even comforting to have the first born lead the way througout the week of the Sony Open.  For those of you who don’t know…a bit of family history tells the story of Ol’ Blue, the prototype and first of its kind.  Many hours were spent defining the lines and developing the smooth contours you see in these Kingdom Custom bikes.  Ol’ Blue carried us through those growing pains.



Make no mistake about it, the newborn can stand alone.  The bright color enhances the demarkation of every ebb and flow.  Gleaming orange go from dark to bright over every edge.  The family resemblance is unmistakeable, however upon close inspection, you will see a few alterations…




A newly designed seat pan with a perfectly matched seam between the leather and the paint.








A custom hand-fabricated button pad puts switches at your fingertips.  Also notice the lighted indicators that relay functionality and system status.










An LED lit license plate holder.  Yes, I know, not my favorite thing to put on a bike like this, but good old DOT has got a way with making us do things.







And one of my favorite additions…



A new grill to give the newbie a unique touch.  Every kid has got to be a little different from big brother.  The lines are slimmer and the look and feel is much lighter.








Ol’ Blue’s grill…






All in all, it’s an exciting addition.  I hope you like it.  I’m really interested in what you think.  Please type in a word or two in the comments link below.  I would really appreciate it.

Oh, and by-the-way, in case you were wondering…baby brother needs an owner.  The MSRP on a base model Stiletto is $65,000.  But times are tough, so if you’re really interested, send me a note and let’s talk.


4 Responses to “An Addition to the Family”

  1. From insomniac in mililani on 4/20/2011 at 11:50 pm


    Big brother had ‘punch’ (“thump”, if you will). Enter the venue and heads have turned, just because.
    Little bro is kind of the ladies man, all duked up and knowing it.

    Dan, now that big bro is out of the house, maybe it’s time for little bro get a new playmate. Dare I say ‘twins’?

    Not leaving without mentioning, oh the new grill IS KILLER!!! More 3D?

    Looking forward to stopping by the ‘hale’ soon. You know, take my ‘nephew’ outside to play catch, share a snack, go for a ride….ha-ha!

    Congrats for best I’n category, but, what category?



  2. Yo D,

    Thanks for the compliments. The categories of the show were:

    Open Bike (everything except HD)
    HD Softail
    HD Touring
    HD Stock
    Road Warrior (over 60K miles)

    The Stiletto took the Open Bike category

  3. From Brandon on 5/22/2011 at 2:19 pm

    Incredible cool looking bike. Wish I could own one!

  4. From Not sleeping Again in Mililani on 6/15/2011 at 1:35 am

    Hey Dan,
    I caught the jr vs sr Cadillac build episode. In my humble opinion, jr took it hands down. Both bikes being auctioned, jr’s is currently going over 100k. Both Vinny and Pauly said that it was the nicest bike yet that either company built. I’d like to see the Stiletto ride side by side with that bike. Is there any way of seeing a side by side comparison? (Even if it was I’n a publication?) I know each bike has it’s own merits but, to me, one can easily see that your ‘boys’ are a steal!

    To brother Brandon, bro,…you’re not alone. Keep the dream alive. Think positive. Maybe someday…..




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