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Customer projects to date ...

Customer projects to date ...

We have undertaken many full frame up restorations and have enjoyed specialising in having our customers needs for other types of builds , particularly the Cafe Racer theme with the success we achieved by building the Cafe Racer for the Motorcycle Trader Magazine

Below we have itemised with a few comments the customer builds we have completed or are in the process of ...

Client had seen our Honda CR750 build and wanted a similar fairing fitted to his little Yamaha

1971 CB750 was purchased as the photos show in a complete mess, the Engine and Frame numbers confirmed the bikes originality, almost everything else was unusable. Bike required a full engine rebuild as it was seized solid,pistons, rings all internal chains bearings, seals etc.standard bore was retained.

1974 CB750 was imported by the customer in reasonable condition, engine ran fine prior to completely stripping the bike.

Engine was painted and had the outer covers polished, Alternator cover is a brand new OEM part.

The latest addition to the TT lineup is the iconic Suzuki Katana 1100- these bikes created a stir with the media upon their release due to both their styling and modern powerplant! This example will be restored to it's former glory thanks to a discerning new owner and the TT crew.

1994 Honda CB250, at clients request we will convert this everyday commuter into a ‘subtle’ cafe racer, first challenge is to confirm motor doesn’t require any major work, bike started perfectly and runs well, bike has now been stripped completely engine has been sent off to be Hydro Blasted.

This CR750 Race Replica was built under the enthusiasm of a client who happened to see one on display at the Honda Museum in Motegi Japan.The most difficult part of this build was the sourcing of components from around the world and of course the tme taken to have many of the parts handmade, when completed we were honoured to have the bike on the front cover of the then new Tank Moto magazine, featuring on the Premier edition and having an extensive article inside the mag was great.

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