You are looking at a very good looking, custom CB 750 Cafe Racer built by Twin Line motorcycles in Seattle Washington, named The Pimp. It has lots of cool period and custom parts on it. The Bassani 4/1 exhaust sounds great, not too loud but still has a little bark to it. The bike was fully serviced at the end of last year, carbs cleaned, fluids replaced,etc. Additionally I put a new Airtech tank on it that was custom painted to match and Caswell coated by Peach Pit Painting in NH. New battery just installed. The prior owner used ethanol in the old tank that bubbled the fiberglass. The speedometer was also replaced as the needle fell off the old one. It reads 21k miles but actual is 3954. It’s great to look at, gets a lot of attention wherever it goes and fun to ride in a vintage way. Please see the Pipeburn 9/26/09 article on the bike, https://www.pipeburn.com/the-pimp-cb750/ The bike has never been down since the build, or any other time I know of, in great condition. Cosmetically in great shape other than the black paint chipping off of the cylinder fins. This is a bike to ride to breakfast or lunch, not cross country. It’s fun to ride but please realize you are dealing with a fifty year old bike so not the most nimble. It would also make great garage art. My experience with these carburetors is they get gummed up very easily so they may need to be cleaned by the new owner.