Mary J 69

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Barn finds without a doubt still exist, just when you think you couldn’t possibly find a new one, you do. Like most barn finds they are rough, and usually in a variety of mechanical states. This “Mary J 69” is rough to say the least but as usual its dressed up with some 70’s gems.  The extremely hefty raked neck … Read More

The Great Viking

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Last month I found this CB750 chopper project. Like most old chopper projects, not running, half ass wired and of course no paperwork. So, why bother with the rough and rusty project? Welp, knowing your parts or even giving a shit about other parts is key. What you can’t see from first glance is that the motor is a 69/70 … Read More

Hippy Killer Hoedown

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Welp as we all know 2020 is pretty much a bust! So many shows have been cancelled and many more might cancel. I had big hopes of hitting the show circuit wit some parts, and chop survivors. I guess there’s always next year, hopefully.   Here’s a handful of pics from 2018 at HKH.

Paradise Road Show 2020

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Paradise Road Show – 2020 The weather couldn’t have been any better at this years PRS-2020 show. Despite not being able to enter my cb750 because of a minor snap in the frame, I’d say the shit went down as well as it could. Clear blue skies, warm sun, great people watching and yes tons of greasy machines.

How rare is rare – Triple A exhaust

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How rare is rare? Is it rare to the world or just rare to those who don’t possess it. Earlier this year I found an old survivor CB750 chopper outfitted with some serious vintage gems. This motorcycle is a story on its own, but for now I’ll focus on the Triple A, 4 to 1 exhaust it was equipped with. … Read More

Outlier’s Guild Motorcycle Show

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May 6 was the inaugural Outlier’s Guild Motorcycle Show (OG Moto Show) was hosted at the Container Yard, located in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles. To say they killed it with the location would be on understatement. The spot was like a maze of coolness. Every turn there was something to indulge the moto sensors. There were a … Read More