Modern Metals' 1974 Honda CL 360
Originally bought for next to nothing as a non-working pile of junk, this bike went through a complete transformation in under six weeks. The frame's been massaged to tweak some of the lines, especially in the rear half by the seat area, and plenty of industry friends helped out with smaller items like the head lamp and the seat. Given the tight timeframe under which it was built, the level of detail work on this one's extraordinary.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor, and can be found on Twitter. He likes all of these bikes, but Voltron is just killer.