If it can fit on two wheels, Sam Nehme has probably built it.
For the past 15 years, the owner of BMS Choppers in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has been creating some of the wildest and most expensive motorcycles in the world.
He's currently working on the "Drum Bike," a three-wheeler with a fully working drum set that will cost the buyer around $100,000. He's also modified a Y2K superbike with carbon fiber, which boosted the price some five figures to around $200,000 — and raised its speed to more than 200 mph.
His clients have included Diddy, Flo Rida and Ice T.
"Most of our clientele, they want what they want," Nehme told CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich." "They can afford what they want. And they pay the price to have it."