If you want a completely different look, the S83 is as singular as they come. A peanut tank, narrow saddle, smallish, almost drag-style handlebar and raked-out fork straddling a 19-inch wire wheel means styling is Spartan, to say the least. With its unique lines, the 45-degree V-twin makes no bones about what it is-an '80s-era chopper replica. In fact, one of the testers likened the Boulevard to a '90s-era Sportster married to a dragbike. But there's a cohesive cleanliness in the details. The tank is neat, seamless and beautifully finished. All fasteners are covered, and even the front control cables are routed cleanly through the triple-tree clamp, giving a tighter appearance than the Honda. A single analog-only instrument gauge just adjacent to the narrow, angled-back bar carries the theme.