Maybe just dry heave.
Removing the fenders does not make a bike a "custom build". Nearly every "custom" Chief, Scout, whatever is the same bike. Useless, fenderless ---
No offense to those who love the style.
It is nice to see a builder REALLY show off a custom bike. He didn't name it. He fabricated a one-off classic custom --- like it or hate it, you gotta respect the work and the style he presents.
You say no offense, and then proceed to call other's bikes "useless"....lol.
Just because it isn't your cuppa tea, doesn't mean it is useless. The first two bikes you pictures had tons of extensive work done to them (suspenion, forks, custom brake setups, paint, wheels, exhaust, tuning, bars, mirrors, lighting, seats, custom headlight nacelles, etc). Yes, many of those items are purchased from aftermarket suppliers.
You think that builder didn't buy any of his parts from suppliers? You think he forged those wheels in his garage? I see a laced front wheel with useless miniscule front brake, ape hangars, S&S rear fender modded for a two up seat, an aftermarket automotive drag style wheel and tire that renders the bike useless in turns, straight pipes, and a paint job from a 1970s carnival ride. It is supposed to be a drag bike I'm assuming but it has a two up seat and ape hangars...useless to some maybe? He envisioned it, decided it was what he wanted, and built it. Good for him. Not my dream ride but it is no more valid a custom bike than the others you mention.
Yes, he fabbed some of his own parts...good for him. I've got no hate for him, but just because he can build custom pieces for his ride, it doesn't invalidate the style and vision choices of anyone that doesn't have that capability. I've done custom work on bikes and cars that I've built in the past. Some of my work looked great, and some of it looked like crap, but I'm not gonna hate on anyone just because they didn't do it the same way I chose to do it.
Also, some of us actually have more than one bike to serve our riding desires, or even just one bike with different riding goals from you. I don't give a rats ass if someone removes their fenders from their bobber if it is what they like. Maybe some of us don't care if we get a little splash of water on us or if our bike pleases your tastes and sensibilities. I don't "gotta respect" your tastes or styles and you "don't gotta respect" mine. To each his own.