In the late 60s, Honda decided to jazz up their CM91 step-through with kits to make them more look motorcycle and less scooter. The Honda Custom Group was introduced, with four possible kits: the Roadster, Boss, Rally and Student.
According to some, this was a midwest thing, and that only 50 or so bikes were built under the Custom Group program. The kits included sport seats, sport speedometers fenders, handlebars, and gas tanks. And you could get them all for about $50.
I’m not entirely sure this was a real Custom CM91, or if it was just wearing a bunch of rare parts. Either way, it’s cool. For more information, click here.