Joey, you are right that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and that the value of a customized bike can be all over the place. We all have different tastes,and are willing to pay for different things. There are obviously many custom bike builders out there who make money modifying bikes. However, there are many, many, many more bikes that are modified by their owners, which not only are worth less than the owner paid for the bike and modifications, but also less than the original, often much less.
My experience is that the only bikes that I ever sold for more than I paid, were those that I bought at significantly below market prices due to owner abuse, lack of maintenance, or poorly done or unsafe modifications. I made them run reliably without spending a lot of money on parts, except to make them safe, and occasionally more stock if they had been hacked up too much. None of them were considered exceptional by anyone, but I sold them for more than I paid for them plus parts and some labor. Not sure that I ever made a profit if all my labor was included.
On the other hand, every bike that I ever bought in good shap, and modified to my tastes for my personal use have gotten lots of positive comments by other bikers. When I got tired of them and wanted something else, every one of those bikes sold for less than I paid for it. All of the add ons and modifications, while they looked nice to me and others, did not offset the mileage depreciation. They cost me lots of money, often in the thousands since Harley chrome is expensive, but returned almost nothing.
This is not meant to discourage you or anyone else from modifying your bike, but just to put it into perspective if you ever plan to sell it.
BTW, I like your bike and the mods you made to it. They all look useful to make the bike perform ,or fit you better, or make it more visually appealing to you. I don't see anything unsafe or impractical, and the fit and finish looks good. Overall good looking bike, but that is JMO.
Enjoy your ride.
1999 Honda Rebel CMX250C
2003 Harley Sportster 883 Hugger
1998 Harley FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide
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