Here it is! The premo of my vintage Honda collection. A 1969 Sandcast 750 that was one of the first 7500 CB750's made where the engine was die cast. After the bike's popularity exploded, the engines were made in manufactured pieces. This particular bike was painstakingly restored to concours condition by Vic World of World Motorcycles. He built the same bike for Japan's Honda museum and Barber's museum in Birmingham, Alabama. The speedometer reads 0000 and after the restoration, this bike has not seen the light of day; except for this photo shoot.