My first conversion...a 95 Shadow VLX, I traded a 1500 Vulcan straight up for it (or down depending on which way you look at it...since it was a lemon in the true sense of the word I say traded up) back in late 1998:
Here's the after shot:
10" over forks, 10" medium apes on fluted risers, stainless braided cables all around (pics still show rubber throttle lines), forward controls, lowered rear, etc etc etc too much to list.
Next up is a 92 VLX. No stock pic, I ripped into it as soon as it came home. But it wasn't much different than the 95 above, just picture that bike in red. Here it is as it stands now:
raked wide glide trees, 4" over forks, drag bar, hypercharger, slammed rear, side mount plate/tail light, etc etc etc again too much to list.
Current project is a 1985 250 Rebel (first year model). Bone stock when I got it (it's the one on the right)
Here it is now, about 80% complete:
7" over forks, 13" apehanger bars, lowered rear, self-fabbed upswept fishtail pipes, painted motor...can't really list the rest as it isn't on the bike yet. Still need the longer lines and cables (just got the electrical stuiff stretched onthe bars), lighting, upholstery on the solo seat pan, carb rebuild/rejet and a filter, and a chain. Then brake pads and tires once it's registered/insured.
I had a bobber project going but the motor was crap, so the bike (an 88 VLX) is resigned to spare parts fopr the ones that are on the road. Once the Reb is done I'll be hunting down another donor for a bobber.