These are restored originals! Mechanically reconditioned with oilite bronze bushings in place of the original cast iron ones (smooth and more accurate than ever before). Newly screened dial artwork, new glass, re-chromed bezels, new warning lenses…
We call it the CC450 though, as it’s a very custom CL450 with custom engine, our own custom forged pistons, custom logo paint job on the tank, custom-restored fenders, and so on and CC are the initials of the customer. The bike came to us in boxes when the customer, in frustration, pulled it from another […]
“I really like going down the street with everyone giving me the thumbs up. It’s just a beautiful bike. It’s like brand new.“ – Read about Vincenzo Lo Grosso’s 1969 Honda CL360 that we restored over at Motorcycle Classics, written by Greg Williams.
“Whenever I stop by Charlie’s Place… …the shop is bustling and a cadre of vintage Hondas are lined up in front. Sometimes my 1975 CB360 is among them. Today is Sunday, though, and Charlie O’Hanlan, the namesake of Charlie’s Place, meets me on his day off to talk about how he accidentally became the local […]
Leave it stock, says Charlie, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t performance benefits to be had from running a carefully assembled and well-tuned stock motor. Read more about Gabe’s CB350 Cafe Racer over at Motorcycle Daily.