Return of the Cafe Racers - CRD Love potion #9

CRD Love potion #9

Cream Motorcycles have released their ninth build, a 1980 Honda CB 750 named "Brownie" and it's sweeeeet. The build took 3 months to complete and included a handmade battery box, simplified wiring harness, custom leather seat, de-tagged and smoothed frame and the lovely brown/gold/black paint scheme. We've pulled these images from their…

Cream Motorcycles have released their ninth build, a 1980 Honda CB 750 named “Brownie” and it’s sweeeeet.

The build took 3 months to complete and included a handmade battery box, simplified wiring harness, custom leather seat, de-tagged and smoothed frame and the lovely brown/gold/black paint scheme. We’ve pulled these images from their website along with the specs you can see below.

Specifications: 1980 Honda CB 750 (CRD #9 Brownie)
Carbs: Keihin with increased gum
Air filter: Power Filters
Exhaust: 4 in 4 + Megaton handmade CRD
Chassis: Honda
Forks: Showa
Shocks: Hagon
Fairing: Mini CRD
Handlebar: Renthal Ultra Low
Finish: Cafe Racer Dreams

You want it don’t you? Well tough, it’s sold and I bet the owner isn’t letting it out of his sight. For more images and details head over to the CRD motorcycles website.

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