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I think this bike is very cool:https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/mcy/d/portland-original-1974-honda-cb750k/7411987970.html
Wot, no front brake, I think i'll pass.
If I were to own a chopper, I would want it to be on a purpose built frame instead of raked triple trees. The Honda Fury is in the "Pro Street" style which gives it pretty neutral ergonomics. I saw one with mini-apes and thought it looked better than OEM. Personally, I would like to test ride one, but would want Buckhorn bars on it.
To me the work "chopper" means that the original machine was chopped, bent, changed, or otherwise altered to the owners personal taste (or current fad). Thus I don't consider the Fury a chopper at all. More like a retro styled cruiser... but not a chopper...
A front brake on that bike would be dangerous.
Our very own Bobrebos old schooling it on his 750 Honda!
the more I look at it, the more I see to hate! To each his own, I reckon
the set up on Honda 750 choppers used to be extended forks no rake high rise bars so called Harley 16 inch rear wheel and yes king and queen seat .In my area they had fiberglass scalloped tanks They were everywhere .
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