Schneider’s build started off with 1977 CB750A “Hondamatic” motor he found on eBay. It was a brand-new-in-the-box treasure that had been sitting at a Honda dealer in Kansas for 30 years.
“I got the whole motor, brand-new in the crate, for $900. I thought that was a pretty good score,” Schneider beamed.
Next came a C&G frame and swap-meet springer frontend, both from the ’70s as well.
“There isn’t anything on that bike they wouldn’t have done 35 years ago,” he said proudly.
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