Honda CB1100F originally built in 1983 by Pace Kawasaki and still regularly ridden on the streets and the strip.
Delivered to Hunterstown Motors for a freshen up.
After breaking the bike down we gave the engine & chassis a new coat of black, re-did the chrome and
applied slick red paint to the body work.
The good work is showing on this body.
Metal used to widen the wheel tubs can be seen shining against the black inside the wheel well.
Rear panel alignment has come together and door gaps are looking consistent.
Body panels in line for fit and finish. On the right is the rear seat panel that was narrowed to fit between the wider wheel tubs.
Honda CB500 Chopper restoration looking good on the bench.
As the story went: this bike has been set up as a chopper since the 70’s.
Chrome reflection of Zeb standing at the door.
Neatly tucking the edges.
Custom frame for that new Walker Radiator.
Chassis components are coming together on this street machine.
Four Link rear end will tuck nicely under the new tubs.
This car is on rails.