Here’s a ’79 CX500 for sale in Seattle. It looks nice and it’s partially cafed. I don’t see handing over $3,250 for it, but it looks clean.
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If I still lived in Seattle, I would totally pay $2,000 for this 1982 Honda CB900F. I’d certainly want to do some customizations to it, but that’s a rad bike. For Seattle reader’s I know this bike is technically in Maple Valley, but that’s close enough drive to buy a motorcycle.
In South Burlington, there’s a nice looking 1971 Honda CL450 for sale for $2,200. The price is right if the bike is as good as it looks.
Located in my favorite city, Amsterdam, is Tin Can Customs. I don’t know anything about this shop other than that I like their style. Looking at Tin Can Customs Instagram feed, it looks like they do more than just send Benjie’s Custom Racers a check for $4,000. Bolt on the parts. And call it a… Read more »
I don’t know who did any of the work on this bike. Benjie’s Cafe Racers blogged about it because whoever built it, used BCR parts. It looks awesome with the BCR tank and seat combo, two into one exhaust and battery box. And I bet the owner put less than $78,000 into this bike. Keanu’s… Read more »
I’d love to pick up a CX500 and chop it up. Here’s one in Nashua, New Hampshire that looks like it’s in really nice shape. The seller is ask $1,000, that sounds about right, I might try and get them down to closer to $800.
Here’s a nice looking 1968 Honda CB160 for sale in Huntington, Vermont. The seller is asking $875, and it looks to be in good shape. The seller admits the bike needs some love to be a daily rider, so I’d probably go in offering $650 and go up to $700 on this one.
I found this 1973 Honda CB350 for sale in South Brooklyn. It looks pretty good and has some nice upgrades. It’s not worth $3,500, particularly when considering it needs two new tires and turn signals. According to the ad, “At some point last fall someone ripped off the custom turn signals and punctured both tires.”… Read more »
I don’t know that I would have cafed this 1970 Honda CL350, I think they work great as scramblers, but this one looks pretty cool. And if it runs well, $3,000 is a good price.
Pipeburn has the story on this nice looking custom 1979 Honda CB900 by Germany’s Andreas Goldemann. What I like about this bike is that it’s a bike you can actually ride legally on the road. I really like those bar-end turn signals and the Suzuki GS 850 gas tank. Read the entire story on this… Read more »