andycafe said:PS: Thanks for all your comments!! its great to get feedback on the project. soon im going to have to start asking a crap load of questions of you all as i start to head into areas of this build that im not 100% sure of. Im sure that with all the knowlege from the people on this forum we can get it done!!!! Thanks Andycafe.......
Hey Jay, Im not sure if they sell them in the us but i wouldnt be supprised if they do, if you really want one you could always look at having a complete one shipped over. i have seen about 3 on ebay for around $1500.ausd not perfict but road going..... cheers Andycafe.jayellay said:Andycafe,
Haven’t seen one of these bikes in a long time. Have only read about them. they are supposed to be really good handling bikes. Do you know if they are sold in the U.S.?
Can’t wait to see what this turns out like. looks great so far.
hey, Nice try but no, after ive finished this cb for the wife ill be starting that bike project for me.... besides it was a gift from my bro so it has even more meaning to me now... Cheers Andycafebuilder said:wanna sell the CB400? i m in melbourne.
Hey Matt thanks man, I have been thinking of arting up the old shed, making up some big canvas ( 6' by 3' ) panels and just blank and white shadows of some oldschool bikes (and riders) and putting them up, maybe even doing them as the old oil/sparkplug/etc...signs??? just have to finish all the bike painting first, may have some time while im waiting for some parts i ordered to arrive.monteboy84 said:Damn dude, looking slick. I love your garage by the way, I think you need some vintage bike-related signs to hang on the walls 8)