My Brother and I have been working on my CB750 Custom for over three years and did a little photoshoot the other day. It's not particularly cafe, but anyways, let me know what you think.
robb. said:Looks great. Hard platform to work with but you made it work.
Nein_Collins said:very nicely done, I know in other scenes, people say flip flop/color shift paint is passe but i'll never tire of seeing it. You made good use of a nice color, excellent work on the bike.
I'll be painting my Buell plastic up in silver/green over the winter and my cb900f will get red/blue when its nears completion
will do, I got the Buell painted...I switch out the silver with the flippy flop ones from time to time...I'll send you a pic.jk333 said:Thanks, I'm looking forward to pics of your bikes.
jk333 said:My Brother and I have been working on my CB750 Custom for over three years and did a little photoshoot the other day. It's not particularly cafe, but anyways, let me know what you think.
Thanks. I ran into the same problem. I built my own. I don't have a pic off hand, but I can roll it out of the garage and snap 1 for you when it stops raining. I came up with a design that I could mount up without welding anything on the frame. It was challenging. I designed it and my brother built the rearsets. I'm pleased with how they perform.Andreas said:Looks great. Do you have a close up of the rear sets? I have the same ride and i cant figure out a satisfactory way to mount rear sets without cutting the rear peg tabs of which I dont want to do. You seem to have found a nice looking way.