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Friday, February 13, 2015

A unique Café Racer with Scrambler accents

1969 Honda CB350 is a reliable classic motorcycle because it uses an engine with the capacity of 350 cc and has two parallel cylinders.

Now it has changed zoom into a 'ride' carrying the classic racer style that we are known as the Café Racer style.
Original 1969 Honda CB350. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1M87oS6)
Perhaps you are already familiar when hear the 'DucatiBoy' name, which is an association of the custom motorcycle lovers as well as the 'builders', based in Sydney, Australia. They tried to combine the Café Racer figure with a slight scrambler accent.
DucatiBoy's Honda CB350 Limited Edition Café Racer, a unique Café Racer with Scrambler accents. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1CcBoGE)
Right side view of DucatiBoy's CB 350. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1M87oS6)
The fuel-tank was a custom made. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1M87oS6)
Overall, the bodywork is identical with the character of the classic racer, but if you look carefully there is a slight scrambler accent that attached to this CB350, ie the position of the muffler. The position of the exhaust pipe and muffler systems especially in the middle of this body was the hallmark of scrambler style.
The position of the exhaust pipe and muffler systems especially in the middle of body was the hallmark of scrambler style. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1M87oS6)
Today the builder's much do the same thing to mix several custom styles of classic motorcycles in the form of their works. One of the 'branch' of the merger custom café racer is a Café Fighter - a combination of the fierce figure of Street Fighter with classic Café Racer style. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BIKESHED]
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