I headed off once again to the annual vintage bike event up in Phoenix. I missed it last year so this time around I was determined to go and I wasn't disappointed. There was a nice crop of bikes and many I'd not seen in the past.
|This nice Harley was sitting out in the parking lot. I would look better in my garage but I've not won the lottery.|
The very nice, almost original, 1970 Honda CB750 is a one owner bike. I spoke to the owner who had left the bike at a local shop known for it's tuning and restoration efforts. While in the shop they managed to put some serious scratches in the top of the gas tank necessitating a repaint of the tank and side covers. As the say goes "They can only be original once."
An unusual machine when you stop an look at it. The above bike isn't just an old Harley turned into a bobber but a 1954 K-model flat track racer turned into a street bike. Very cool machine with a lot of nice touches combining the cobby look of a racer with the some nice finish and detail work. See below.