1976 Honda CB750 Chop, "Uncle Bunt"
My made chopper. Thanks to everyone at A&F Engineering for the help and the
loan of machines.
Uncle Bunt frame as a friend of mine bought the frame from John Reed 30
I also found and ex-employee of John Reeds, who has looked at the bike and
confirmed it's genuine.
She still needs some work and setting up, but she will always require
attention : ) right now, she's great to ride!
Honda CB100 Bobber
The Simca Bobber
Our friends kindly donated a 1970 Honda CB100 motorbike to us. The engine
was seized, and the bike was completely covered in rust, as seen in the
pictures. We decided to build a bobber out of it, in our spare time. This
includes rebuilding the engine, gearbox, wheels...everything.
Shortly after being delivered, we pulled the bike apart. We modified the
frame, by extending it for that bobber look. The next to mod were the front
and rear fenders, which are in the process of being painted now. We had
everything but the wheels and bars sandblasted, and painted in house in our
spraybooth. We rebuilt the engine, gearbox and wheels. By the time its
finished, we estimate the bike to weigh 90 kilograms, and have an engine
capacity of 200cc.
We are Brisbane's dedicated motorcycle crash repairer. Specialising in
repairs and servicing for all makes and models.
(07) 3290 3102
4/22 Algass Street, Slacks Creek 4127.
1976 Honda CB750 Bobber
Sweet custom '76 CB750 Bobber. FOR SALE. Kick and electric start. Make an
offer or send me a message for my asking price. Thanks for checking out my
bike. Feel free to ask any questions.
Honda Rebel Bobber Project - In the Making
Jump to 9:15 for the Finished Results!
Engine Sound and Test Ride videos can be found on my channel. THANKS!
I've received many requests for more videos on my bobber so I decided to
upload this after considering how difficult it was for me and how I wished
people online can freakin' reply me how they did it because I had no
resources and had to figure it out on my own. This is 60+ gigs of videos
compiled over months. Heavily cut and edited to show the whole process in
the building of my bobber. I apologize for the choppy music in the
background. I truly hope this video helps!
LIVE HARD. RIDE HARDER! :)
This bike was completed in 2010.
Photos courtesy of: Edwin Chow
I would be interested in any apprenticeship, job offerings, and interviews.
(626) 566-5783. Thank You!
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