So to tell this build log properly we have to go back to the before times. Mid September 2018 to be more exact. I had made the acquaintance of a gentleman named "Hank" (for the sake of the innocent). Hank was (still is, he's not dead yet) an institution in the moto scene here and often hosted parties at his shop. The parties were a combination of networking, socializing, and 'I have too much stuff, buy some of it'. Hank drove a lumber delivery truck and was often in more remote areas, with cash and a keen eye. So he would stop on the return leg, knock on doors, and score these incredible finds; cheap as chips. So, one evening a mate and I headed over with a 24 pack of PBR and this is where it all starts. I, just having bought two 2016 RE C500s, was sort of looking for a small project. Out of the corner of my eye I see a complete motor siting under a bench. "Hank" I said, "Is that a CB750 motor over there?" "Why?" answered Hank, "Do you want a CB750?" "Yes, but I'd start with just the motor for a winter rebuild." "Oh, I'll tell you what," Hank says. "I'll sell you a 1980 CB750F that I took the carbs off of and the battery out of for $350 AND I'll throw in the extra motor for free. With a clean title. I rode it all summer." And that, friends, is how I ended up with an extra motor for a 1981 CB750K. Or what I'm calling The Kilo. But we will get to that. See, I didn't tell my wife I had bought what I am calling The Foxtrot; the 750F SuperSport. Even as great a deal as it was, you don't just buy a motorcycle in a dodgy garage late at night during a party without discussing it with your spouse first. So I had to get it and the Kilo motor home. Now I'm not a total ass ( I am actually, it's just that she's a saint ), I just like to pick the time and place to tell her my shenanigans. My sister, who was visiting, sort wine blurted it out. Not good. So, I was in the doghouse, but I could bring everyone home. And it's still September 2018. 3 motorcycles, 1 not running, and 1 motor.