Deus Ex Machina makes high-end motorcycles and loses money on each one

Deus Ex Machina makes high-end motorcycles and loses money on each one

LOS ANGELES -- In a narrow workshop off an alley, Michael Woolaway uses a wooden mallet to shape an aluminum bracket for a motorcycle. The metal part is one of dozens the craftsman known as Woolie will spend an estimated 400 to 500 hours hand-shaping for the custom-built bike. This one's for actor Orlando Bloom. When it's done, the V-twin street racer will cost Bloom ...

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