Up for sale is a newly finished custom built Honda CB500T in Cavalry blue. This bike has gone thru quite the makeover that completely changed this motorcycles performance and aesthetics. From the modern electrics that feature bluetooth connect-ability by via the MotoGadget M-unit blue, and LED everything to the lightweight high shouldered aluminum rims and dual sport tires, nothing was left untouched in some way when I built this bike over the last few years. It has an Acewell multi function gauge sitting above the Renthal MX bars, all centered above the Yamaha xs650 fuel tank adapted with the Honda tank mounts and fuel valve. The unique torsion spring DOHC engine runs awesome fueled by a pair of jetted Mikuni VM32 carbs with air filtration provided by Messner Moto and their triple velocity stack filter housings, all the way from Italy. The fumes are created by a Charlie’s Place electronic ignition and magna coils that are then exhaled thru a custom made stainless steel scrambler style exhaust from mandrel bends that terminate out of reverse cone mufflers and the lightweight aluminum flanges from Speedy Siegl Racing hold it tightly sealed to the cylinder head. Motor mounts are also from Speedy Siegl Racing. In the rear you can see that the dual shocks have been replaced and it now features a mono shock suspension for the rear which utilized the stock swing arm with added strength and a Progressive Suspension adjustable shock. Rear part of the frame has been fabricated to provide area for electrics under the custom metal seat pan that has a simple, pleated leather wrap from Saul’s Upholstry. Momentary push bottons from Motone take care of the switch gear that control the turn indicators and horn on the left and starter and high beam on the thottle side. All of that was wired to the M-unit using the MotoGadget wiring kit and powered by an Anti-Gravity 801 lithium battery that is managed by a Ricks Racing regulator/rectifier combo. The bike has working electric and kick-start. There are lots of cool little details that can be noticed in person and if you were at The One Moto show this last spring you might have had a chance to see them, if not you will surely appreciate them when you see this bike in person. This thing gets all the attention everywhere you go. Protect your money against inflation by owning this classic restomod which holds its value over decades to come. I’ll provide a link to a video of a walk-around. Any questions or to see the bike in person please contact me. Asking $10,900 OBO. Thank You.
Video of the walk-around