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
- Amen (American Engineering) Savior Frame. This has the rear plunger style springs. So it has the look of a rigid with some give in the back. This is a much smoother ride than a rigid. - Amen oil tank, seat, fender, and gas tank. - This is fresh restoration - Rebuilt engine with 1mm over new pistons. - New valves. - New Cam Chain. - Electronic Dyna Ignition (no more points to adjust). - Dyna Coils. - Aftermarket electrical box. - New tires (less than 1000 miles on them). - New +4 fork tubes. - Aftermarket rear wheel. - Forward controls. - New clutch and heavy duty clutch springs. - Mechanical oil gauge. - CycleX mini speedometer/odometer that is mounted on front wheel. - K&N pod filters with side are restrictors. - Ultrasonic cleaned carburetors that are professionally jetted and synchronized for optimal performance. - Rebuilt master cylinder. - Green flake powder coat. Very durable. - Frame and other parts are silver powder coat. - Ready to ride it home today!
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
1972 Amen Savior build, CB 836, Suzuki GS Triple Trees and rims, HD Controls, CycleX parts. Still mocking up parts, haven’t decided on foot Controls yet. Next video will see what I decided on and how I fabricated mounts to frame.
It's getting closer!!! I would like it to be done for the Tyler Shipman Memorial car show July 23 2010.
This 1973 Amen Savior, I just finished the restoration on.(With alot of help.) 1973 Z1 900 kaw motor
My new scooter. It likes me. I can tell.