cast and salvage – cb350
Cast & Salvage built this cb350 for Aaron Buckley. Bunch of custom fabrication on it. It’s pretty cool.
Adam and I went out and had some fun with it today.
Little vid at bottom.
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Published - Jun 3, 2016
Only took 2 photos last night but making this post because of Steve’s Instagram video. The gas station always has some real characters hanging out. Just a typical #thursdaynightride with #chinonthetank #crackhead #shortsoverpants A video posted by Steve Erdosi (@sonofernest) on Jun 2, 2016 at 6:44pm PDT 22-23 bikes for COTT last night. What fun! […]
I love it! I had been looking forward to seeing what you guys would end up doing with it! Great job!
Really good job, i love it
Always good staff mates! I reblogged your post at the Inazuma Cafè… Once again!
Nice shots, Ed. Thanks
Looks amazing! Video was awesome too.
congrats. great bike!
Sweet build, what kind of handle bars is he using?
They are bikemaster euro bars from JC Whitney
so many questions on this bike. really dig it. howd you do up the front fender? whats the rear fender off of? and what/how did ya’ll do up the switches? rad rad bike.
Glad you like it man. I don’t know what the fenders were originally from cause we found them at a swap meet. We made the front fender loop mounts which you can see a little bit better in this post:http://www.chinonthetank.com/2012/05/cast-salvage-cb350/ kinda a lugged setup that we brazed together.
The bike on has one switch which is the key. Nothing extra there.
I love the low profile brake and clutch levers, does anyone know who makes them?
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