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This Beautiful 1973 Honda CB350 Custom Is Made With Rich Walnut

Iowa-based Monnom is the sole creative work of Mike Gustafson. Monnom’s goal is to create “well-proportioned cafe racers with some modern performance upgrades and full attention to aesthetic use of wood and other interesting materials.” Accordingly, here we get a look at Gustafson’s recent 1973 Honda CB350 build. In making use of a single piece […]
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