This is an original 1973 CB 750 Honda Chopper built on an Amen Savior Frame. It has a Girder front end with newly installed steering neck bearings. The wheels are Invader front and rear. It has a drum brake on the rear and there is no front brake and no front fender. I installed a Springer Solo seat, but I have the original up/down king/queen seat to go with it. I placed the up/down seat on the bike so you could see both styles. I also installed a full rear fender and I also have the original fender as well. The engine is a 1976 CB750E and runs good. I installed different pipes, but I also have the original 4 into one pipes. The motor was recently tuned, points, plugs, timing, valves, and compression check and everything is set as it should be. It has a newly installed wiring harness and the charging system has been redone and works as it was intended. Both tires are new. There are a few of these classics still around, but are getting harder to find. There is plenty of chrome for those who like chrome. This is not a show quality chopper at this time. It is a rider and could be made into a very nice looking bike with some effort. I have a clear Florida title which is titled to the frame. Give me a call if you are interested. Thank you, Bill SOLD 11 MAY 2016!!!
1975 Honda CB750 in a AMEN Savior Chopper frame. CB 750
Here's a short video of the bike that I just finished, starting up and running. It's a SOHC CB 750 in a Amen Savior Plunger frame. I did have to make some final adjustments to the carbs, and to the clutch, but I just wanted to shoot a short video of it running. Enjoy!
My cb 750 plunger by amen industries savior model "Calm Like A Bomb"
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Using a 7/16 threaded rod, three nuts, 1x1.5 pvc pipe, some zip ties and few choice swear words easy way to remove springs on plunger.
1st wave of filling and sanding