The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Mr Oliver by Eimor Customs carries no branding.
A Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been modified to emerge in a stylish avatar. The Hyderabad-based Eimor Customs have given the motorcycle a thorough overall, which they had received in a dilapidated state.
Called Mr Oliver, the customised Royal Enfield Classic 350 gets a new headlamp which is smaller than the stock unit while the additional headlamp cowl adds a glamorous touch. The brown seat has a typical retro feel with a café racer inspired look but the grabrail adds versatility.
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The taller handlebar in the Royal Enfield Classic 350 along with the seat will lead to a comfortable riding position. The fuel tank is new and can store 15-litre of petrol. The stock Royal Enfield Classic 350 gets a 13.5-litre unit. Tyres are new while the mudguard and 80-spoke wheels are custom made.
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The paint job in the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Mr Oliver by Eimor Customs is simple yet eye-catching. The metallic Olive with black band and lemon yellow pinstripes add a premium touch to the customised Royal Enfield.