I usually don't do build threads, or bother taking a lot of pictures while I save old Hondas from local barns, sheds and woodpiles. This one deserves it, as it's the most important bike to have been in my garage. Here it is at the 2019 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days. Yes, you need to attend next year, its an amazing event. I've attended for 8 years now. The old owner had it in storage for the last 10 years and decided to bring it out to it's 50th Anniversary, just because. He didn't have intentions to sell it, more or less show it as it is. After around 45 minutes of conversation with the owner and learning we live about 1.5 hours from each other we came to the conclusion that Sandy would find a new home with me. I've tried my luck at getting 3 other sandcasts over the last 10 years, but they never worked out. This one fell nicely into place. I work with computers as my day job (3-D designer for stainless steel pharma-process equipment), so the binary engine serial just fits well with me. It has current NY state registration and the transfer was easy and smooth. The old owner transported it back to his place, where I could come get it on Monday. My dad came along with me to pick it up, it was 12 years ago we started saving old Hondas. Here we are with it loaded up in our truck. This thread will grow slowly, and I will add pictures of various aspects of the bike as we go along. I have slowly gathered parts for K0 750's over the years thinking some day I'll find one. Here we go!