The CB900C is a cruiser produced by Honda from 1980 – 1982. It was equipped with front and rear air assisted suspension, a shaft drive and a dual-range sub-transmission. It is powered by an air cooled DOHC 902cc engine. The front suspension relies on air pressure for preload and it has dual disc brakes up front as well. This particular example is a one of kind trike built with a high attention to detail. It features a Ford 9” rear end with a narrowed axle. The rear end was attached to the swing arm using a custom built yoke and suspension is provided by two chrome air adjustable shocks from a Corvette. The rear end also features 20” chrome wheels with 4 piston calipers on both sides as well as a lockable trunk. The switch for the dual-range sub-transmission is now controlled by a custom built Jockey shifter. It has custom installed forward controls designed for a big guy to stretch out in comfort. The raked front end is now adorned with a sweet dual Maltese Cross headlight set up which flows through to the tail lights, running lights and blinkers all of which are LED. You will also appreciate the windshield, leather saddle bags and passenger backrest. All said and done well over $10,000 was spent on the parts needed to customize this sweet trike and that did not account for the hundreds of hours of labor invested or the original bike. The previous owner moved out of a rural area and is not comfortable riding in the city which is why this trike is available. We are serious about selling this one quickly and have priced it accordingly. If you agree you best not wait until it is sold to get a hold of us!