Righto - This is my 1977 CB750F2 SuperSport Honda, now called the 'High Tea Racer'. Price - $6,000. I have spent the last 12 months turning a stock CB750 into a real classic looking head turning unique and fun to ride cafe racer. Here's the list of works: - New clip on handlebars, fitted with Posh grips. - New Posh gauges. - New front and rear blinkers. - New tail light and custom licence plate and rego mount. - New headlamp, bucket painted custom copper. - Custom shaved and filled top triple. - New Venhill brake lines. - New electronic ignition. - New plugs. - New coils. - New wiring. - Reconditioned KONI rear shocks. - 4 into 2 into 1 race exhaust, wrapped in titanium exhaust wrap and topped off with a stainless steel Lossa Engineering shorty muffler (sounds amazing). - Carb re-jetted with 130 mains, now the carbs can keep up with the headers and the filter. - New remote alarm system with trembler and immobiliser. The bike is a 'keyless bike' with no keys required to start it or lock it. - Custom antique white and copper trim paint job on the front fender, oil tank, fuel tank and headlamp bucket by Mitch Ellis of 'Optical Tripology'. - Custom made brat style seat. - Custom frame work, with a new rear tail loop welded in. - Race pod filter installed, called an 'Antipod' and manufactured by a member of the Honda SOHC4 forum. - Custom made leather side panniers, the left side can hold stuff, the right side is a cover for the oil tank. - Huyabusa rear sets fitted, on a custom made bracket that bolts to the frame. There are probably one or two more things I have either done myself or I have had done professionally to this bike, I just can't think of them all (there have been so many). So why I am I selling it? Because I have three Hondas, and that is one too many. And because it is now finished and I want to move on to other custom bike projects. I have receipts for work and parts that total over $10,000. I am going to sell this bike without rego and without a RWC. To get a RWC it will need a chain guard fitted and a rear fender fitted under the seat to meet the ADR requirements. Not hard to do (and not hard to take off). If I was going to keep this bike, I would ride it as it is for a year or so - and then I would not be able to stop myself ripping the engine out and giving it an 836 big bore kit and a good polish. Inspections can be arranged for serious bidders (not tourists). Any questions, please ask - or call Cliff Overton on 0458 588 893. Cheers, (maduncle) Cliff.