Last updated May 24, 2007
I help build this bike back in 1973 for George (a good friend) -- he gave it back to me in the early 90s after he purchased a Harley. I restored it once again.
This bike started life as a Honda CL77 Scrambler -- it is now a "chopper" in a lengthened hard tail frame with a "coffin" gas tank and a genuine "Cobra" seat. A Harley 16" wheel is laced up to the stock Honda rear brake hub and the front wheel is an 18" rim laced up to a Honda 350 twin leading shoe brake. The front forks are 8" over stock. The engine is bored a little with 11-1 pistons, racing cam and oversized carbs. It has to run on at least 100 octane leaded gas. Fun to ride, always draws comments and fast for its size.
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