We know, it's the question you ask yourself every morning. But if it did, this is what it would look like.
The Discovery Channel's American Chopper series pitted forever-feuding Paul Teutul Sr. and son Paul Teutul Jr. in a contest to design and build the best Cadillac-design-inspired chopper. Like so many of its builds, this one was for charity.
Paul Teutul Sr.'s chopper features a 160-horspower diamond-cut and polished S&S wedge motor; Brembo brakes; an angular frame, handlebars and lighting; and a centered rear exhaust similar to the CTS Coupe. The bike also features other Cadillac design cues, including a V-Series mesh tank area (containing a nitrous-oxide system), V-series badges and a CTS clock on the center tank.
His chopper has a more fluid design with angular chevron design accents, side pipes and black diamond paint with Cadillac V-Series insignia. It also has a Crazy Horse motor, air suspension, large yellow V-inspired brake calipers, and taillights and trunk badges from a CTS sedan on the wide rear fender.
The auction already has bids in excess of $150,000 for the two custom-built motorcycles. Bidding continues until the auction closes at 5:50 p.m. ET on July 31. The auction proceeds will be added to more than $500,000 that Cadillac has helped Cure Duchenne raise since last September. Duchenne is a form of muscular distrophy.