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Honda FX650 Fusqvarna Motorcycle

The centerpiece of any motorcycle is the engine. Even if it's hidden under aerodynamic bodywork, it's still in the name — CB750, GSX-R1100, 900SS — which makes the Honda FX650 "Fusqvarna" unusual. The focus on this custom machine by French builder Le Garage de Félix is the tank — a late 70s/early 80s model plucked from a Husqvarna dirt bike. The Husqvarna "H" has been replaced with Félix's "F" and sits atop a 2001 Honda FX650 chassis and motor painted black to highlight the searing red and chrome. The rear subframe has been eliminated and features a custom-made seat, exhaust, and Motogadget electronics, making for a minimalist scrambler with an interesting focal point.

  • 1954 BMW RS 54 Motorcycle

    Leave the flashy colors and sleek forms to the Italians — the history of BMW Motorrad has been one of form following function. This fully restored 1954 BMW RS 54 factory racer in the company's classic black is a perfect example of that philosophy. With its 45 hp, DOHC 500cc boxer two-cylinder engine, gear-driven solid-shaft final drive — no chains — and Earles-type front fork, the RS 54 sported some of the most advanced technology of the era. And all that engineering showed on the racetrack, with BMW factory riders winning multiple Tourist Trophies and sidecar world championships. Only 24 examples were produced in the 1954 model year, making the RS 54 a rare milestone in the history of motorcycling.

  • Steve McQueen's 1972 Honda CB450 Motorcycle

    Gifted to his production company following his appearance in a Japanese commercial for the 1973 CR250, Steve McQueen's 1972 Honda CB450 Motorcycle is an interesting motoring relic. The bike currently sports a "McQueen" vanity plate and an odometer that reads 19,417 miles. Powered by a double overhead cam engine that was quite advanced for its time, the bike also has a black seat, a green metallic flake tank, and a plate cover from the dealership of legendary stuntman Bud Ekins.

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