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Honda should build this and trash - October 28, 2009, 12:23 PM

their sorry attempt at a Chopper - the Fury





70's style Honda CB450 café racer

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Turning Honda's CB450 into a café racer isn't exactly new (BCR versions are exquisite) but this bike spotted in South America has a chic 1970's take on the rocker look.
Frame, swing arm and wheels appear to be stock Honda items but the tank and seat unit look as if they're hand made.
Scallops on the tank clear the tubes on the rear sub frame.
The vented mudguard and bikini fairing are most likely off-the-shelf plastics from one of the big aftermarket parts manufacturers.


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Thats awesome, I would buy that in a heart beat!
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If they ever put this in production I may go pee pee in pants

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Me like the OP honda and this one.
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Why don't they ever mass produce the really cool $h1t?!? I want!


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