Honda Motorcycle Modded Into Jet Fighter


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This Honda Goldwing has been modified to look and sound like a jet fighter yet is still street legal. The interview with the man who made it makes my skin crawl, trumpeting the indomitable spirit of the invention as a tribute to civic duty or some horseshit, but it’s a pretty fantastic piece of garage engineering, so I should just shut my fat yap and enjoy it.

(Thanks, Dennis!)

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One Response to Honda Motorcycle Modded Into Jet Fighter

  1. dculberson says:

    At first, I found it funny (ironic?) that it was a Japanese made bike customized then festooned with “USA” and American military symbols. Then I checked, and the Goldwing is made here in gray (for now – winter sux) Ohio.

    Total Tangent:

    Did you know Honda makes (well, “assembles”) in the US 76% of the vehicles it sells here? They announced just the other day that they made over one million cars in the US. Say what you will about foreign versus American cars, but the company employees I’d like to support are the hourly ones – not the suits. So (to me) a Honda made in the US is probably “better” for our economy than a Chevy made in Mexico. It’s hard to argue with 35,000 jobs in the US.

    At least, that’s what I believe, and I’m sticking to it until proven otherwise. Probably tomorrow.

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