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    Common Motor Collective is a Supporting Vendor!

    HondaTwins.net would like to welcome Common Motor Collective as our newest Supporting Vendor!

    Please take a moment to visit their website:

    Honda CB350, Honda CB360 & Honda CB450 Parts - Vintage Honda Motorcycle Parts - Common Motor Collective
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    Love the idea of being able to rent bench space with access to all the tools you need to get the job done. I hope this catches on

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    Hello everybody glad to finally be a supporting vendor (been member of the forum for several years now)

    Just as a heads up common-motor.com is the new site that replaces our old HondaCB360.com site. I know that a lot of you here on the forum have been to the old site and I wanted to thank you for all your support. Been doing our best to support the 360 owners community and are now expanding to support to the 350's and 450's too! We have a lot of parts that still need to make it up on the site and will continue to roll out more parts for the 350's, 360's and 450's as soon as we can. Take a look around and let us know what you think. Any questions or comments post them here on the forum or drop us a line. Also let us know what parts you are looking for as it helps the development of the catalog.

    ninadm, thanks for the comments. The shop is going well and we stay busy around here.

    Best,

    Brenden CMC Shop Director
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    www.common-motor.com. Parts for CL / SL /CB350's , CL / CJ / CB360's and CL / CB450's & CB500T's (DOHC)! Questions drop me a line: https://www.common-motor.com/contact | 832-356-7670 (tech line Mon & Tues 12-6 CST)

    1974-CB360 (daily rider)
    1970 -CL450
    1984-750 Interceptor
    2000- Ural Deco 650

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    Great news and congrats on the new site, looks very interesting. Even though I never partook of your services on your other site I've heard nothing but good things. All the best on the new initiative and thanks for supporting HondaTwins.
    Perry

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    I can vouch for Common Motor collective and Brenden. I have been working with him and buying lots of parts from him. A trustworthy and Honorable guy. (Was Hondacb360.com previously)

    MANY of the parts on my CB360 are from his store. The quality is great, service excellent. Prices competitive. You may find a lower price somewhere, but not get the service and back up you get from Brenden and his company. I highly recommend this vendor!!

    Welcome Brenden.
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    Welcome aboard. I did a quick cruise thru your site and I'm 100% sure I'll be back once I start in on my next project.

    Glad to have you guys join us here.
    1970 CB 350 CAFE - Current Project on the bench,
    1972 CB 350 K4 Red - Now a Happy Rider ! !
    1972 CB 350 K4 Green (My Sons) DONE - YES !,
    1st Bike 1970 SL 350 (Brought home in Parts - Trailer/Trunk/Back Seat - I miss that bike),
    2nd - Bike Kawasaki 750
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    Brendan is a great source for parts and info. Have ordered many parts to my build this year and a great fast shipper.
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    34k odometer reading

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    Welcome. Although I have never used your services, I have heard nothing but praise for your shop.
    1979 CM400T (rider),
    1979 CM400T (resting)
    1980 CM400T (just picked up in pieces)
    1981 CM400T (in surgery receiving transplant)
    1982 CM450 (donor engine for 81)
    1982 CB450 (parts bike)
    Past rides: Vincents, Triumph, BSA's, Suzuki's, Twingle, Corgy, others.
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    Spent some time on the phone with Brendan, incredibly helpful and knowledgeable. Fast shipping on parts as well. Highly recommended shop.

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    Awesome site !! Lots of great stuff. I am always worried about customs duties when ordering from Canada.
    Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”

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