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Kawasaki Z 750 B by WrenchMonkees makes rust fashionable

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Unique ideas keep custom motorcycle builders such as Copenhagen-based Wrenchmokees apart from the crowd and while the company has tricked out Kawasakis Z 750 B before, they haven’t done a better job than this one right here. And the best part about it is that they only needed to put their signature on that rusted fuel tank and initiate a new approach towards corrosion, somehow make it fashionable.

It may sound crazy, especially because this is not a rat bike, but we cannot say it is ugly. The WM customization process mainly consists in rebuilding a bike’s old engine, painting it in heat resistant paint, changing the exhaust and bringing in performance air filters, while the chassis is modified for a sportier look and different parts made in-house are added.

Kawasaki Z 750 B by WrenchMonkees makes rust fashionable

The bike gets all that, but the one and only part that caught our attention is that rusted gas tank. For instance, they also offer a candy metal flake version, which we cannot like as much. Oh, by the way, rusted parts make any motorcycle a “work in progress,” so let’s hope the owner will still have a tank to put gas in after several years.


Kawasaki Z 750 B by WrenchMonkees makes rust fashionable
Kawasaki Z 750 B by WrenchMonkees makes rust fashionable
Kawasaki Z 750 B by WrenchMonkees makes rust fashionable

1 comments:

The rust look makes it looks better.smiley

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