1982 Honda CB750 Convertible by Steel Bent Customs

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

It seems Mike Mundy and the team at the Florida based Steel Bent Customs can do no wrong as the customizers unveil their 1982 Honda CB750 Convertible bike.

Mundy has a goal of pumping out 15-17 custom bikes from his shop every year, and we already know they are no strangers to the ever popular CB750. The crew has always kept a minimalistic approach to their design, and this bad boy is no exception. Sporting a clean black and grey paint job on the exterior, the bike has also been outfitted with a screen protected headlight, red pod filters and mono shock springs among other upgrades. Our favorite part to the bike is the unique looking exhaust exiting under the seat.

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