Honda CB 750 KZ ‘Brownie’ by Cafe Racer Dreams

1980 Honda CB 750 KZ Brownie

1980 Honda CB 750 KZ Brownie

We like chocolate and sweet things, and that’s the reason why we love the latest bike built by Cafe Racer Dreams so much. CRD #9 Brownie is based on a 1980 Honda CB 750 KZ, the first Honda motorcycle to feature a transverse, overhead camshaft inline four-cylinder engine. The Spanish builder’s changes are relatively small and conservative, but well-judged. CRD #9 is the second bike they’ve modified in this style, and it took 3 months to complete.

The engine was painted with heat resistant paint, fitted with Keihin Carburetors and a 4 in 4 handmade Megaton CRD Exhaust. Tires were changed for a set of new Firestone Deluxe Champion tires, custom leather seat, de-tagged and smoothed frame and the luxurious brown, gold and black paint scheme, like a fine piece of leatherwork. Take a look!

Honda CB750 ‘Brownie’ by Cafe Racer Dreams head lights

Cafe Racer Dreams #9 Tank

1980 Honda CB 750 KZ Brownie Speedo meter

Honda CB750 ‘Brownie’ by Cafe Racer Dreams Parts

Honda CB750 ‘Brownie’ by Cafe Racer Dreams Leather Seat

Honda CB750 ‘Brownie’ by Cafe Racer Dreams back view

1980 Honda CB 750 KZ Brownie on stand

Source: CRD

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