Pin design done in collaboration with http://www.100mph.com.au/
"In 1970 Honda had their eyes set on the USA. Although their newly released CB750 was celebrated as a technological and performance breakthrough, the Honda brand simply didn’t have street cred. So Honda built 4 ‘CB750 Racing Type’ bikes (or CR750s) and had legendary racer Dick Mann pilot one in the Daytona 200. After 100 laps Mann crossed the finish line in first place to secure the win and Honda’s future."
- Illustrated by Pedro Oyarbide
- Pin dimensions are 45mm x 20mm x 2mm
- Black dye zinc alloy with hard enamel fill
- Secures with 2 push on studs on the rear
Australia and New Zealand orders, for a faster shipping order it from http://www.100mph.com.au/