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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The 1960s Honda CB450 K0 has a very secure place in motorcycling history books. Nicknamed the ‘Black Bomber’ on account of the Ford Model T-style paint choice, it still looks good today. Australian Cliff Overton fell under the spell of the CB450 a couple of years ago. Out of the blue, he got the chance to own one—and jumped at it. “I wasn’t looking for a project, but this bike found me,” he says. And here's the result—the delightful 'Runcible Racer.'

Merry Christmas from Pipeburn - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers & Custom motorbikes
Merry Christmas from Pipeburn - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers & Custom motorbikes
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Speaks for itself
Speaks for itself
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The 1960s Honda CB450 K0 has a very secure place in motorcycling history books. Nicknamed the ‘Black Bomber’ on account of the Ford Model T-style paint choice, it still looks good today. Australian Cliff Overton fell under the spell of the CB450 a couple of years ago. Out of the blue, he got the chance to own one—and jumped at it. “I wasn’t looking for a project, but this bike found me,” he says. And here's the result—the delightful 'Runcible Racer.'
The 1960s Honda CB450 K0 has a very secure place in motorcycling history books. Nicknamed the ‘Black Bomber’ on account of the Ford Model T-style paint choice, it still looks good today.  Australian Cliff Overton fell under the spell of the CB450 a couple of years ago. Out of the blue, he got the chance to own one—and jumped at it. “I wasn’t looking for a project, but this bike found me,” he says. And here's the result—the delightful 'Runcible Racer.'
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