Thanks to the efforts of experts who have a penchant for restoring and modifying rides, we get to witness vintage works of art. Most of these items were the most popular models of their time, while some cater to a discerning few. Nevertheless, after these mechanical artists get their hands on one, we can look forward to breathtaking results. One in particular that we find fascinating is the Kawasaki Zephyr 750 by November Customs. Judging by the looks of it, you can almost feel the effort and passion that went into this remarkable project.
Lately, we’ve been noticing that Honda, is mostly getting all the love from the restomod community. That’s why it’s a breath of fresh air to see another Japanese name make it into the front pages. It’s true that most customization jobs on retro models often result in something that’s just a shadow of the original, However, it is impressive to see something that manages to hold on to most of its former flair. Hence, that’s what makes this specific Zephyr 750 so amazing.
The original is reportedly a popular choice among riders in the UK back in the day. Now, for the intimate details, this started off as a low-mileage half-finished machine. According to reports, this Kawasaki Zephyr 750 by November Customs is the personal ride of one of the shop’s owners. The swing arm is taken from a Honda CB900 with YSS shocks. You also have Ducati yokes, a Ducati 848 front end, and Ducati 748 clip-ons. Despite the amalgam of parts, you can still clearly see the overall aesthetics of the donor bike.
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