Chris Fiaccone is a US garage builder with a vision, and an embryonic parts company to match—MotoFiaccone. This gorgeous late 60s Honda is his own creation, with a light and elegant style hiding some pretty substantial work. The frame has been chopped, boxed and heavily massaged; Chris also rewired the bike and built the rearsets from scratch, using aluminum rods for the linkage. And then he crafted the café racer seat and that 2-into-1 stainless exhaust system with reverse cone megaphone. Added to the mix are Tomaselli clip-ons, plus bracketry and nicely understated paintwork by Kit Headly of DropBars. Chris calculates that the upgrades cost him just $1,200—which looks like an absolute bargain considering the result. Check out the photos from his recent Oklahoma salt flats shoot.