Honda CB750 by Dromos Motor Works Just when you thought you have seen just about every style of CB750 builds, you come across another creation that somehow changes everything once again. The Honda became a resident of Joseph’s New York shop as a non-running pile of metal that needed new life breathed into it. And so the transformation began and after 5 months of burning the midnight oil, the completely morphed Honda was unveiled. Every detail from design, to fabricating, to wrenching to paint to build was a complete in-house undertaking. The engine was torn down, balanced, over-bored, blueprinted and precisely put back together. The frame was de-tabbed, blasted and repainted, and a new snub-nosed sub-frame was welded together and fitted. The finely detailed bodywork and its intricate angles were fab’d in-house. No expense was spared in rebuilding and updating the Honda’s components to deliver a truly modern ride.
Joseph took to Instagram and asked the ultimate question in regard to this build, “Why everything gotta be round?” Due to his skillful handicraft, the photos you see here are a magnificent example of why it purely doesn’t. (Continue Reading)Mar 11th by Full Throttle NY NE Magazine Continue Reading