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Renato Frateschi of Brazil’s Frateschi Garage has transformed a rather unexciting ’90s Beemer into a scrambler to covet. The BMW F650 now looks nothing at all like the original moto, but instead, the whole aesthetic is muscular and both modern and vintage all at once. The scrambler gets a new bespoke candy red subframe, a beefy R100-style tank replete with the classic Roundel, a new inverted front end, and an in-house-crafted exhaust that exits just under the new black seat via chunky SC-Project mufflers. 3D-printed parts like the black fenders, black headlight grille, and the fork guards top it all off nicely. It’s one of the most attractive and imaginative scramblers we’ve seen, and it makes us want to plunk down for our own order, post haste.

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