As we all know, the creator is the one that takes decisions through the design in order to provide the creation with the final shape and name. Rarely there are sometimes that the energy and its desire for transformed into matter, decides for his creator who will give the shape and the name of the creation.
Honda Magna is one of the few cases of improvisation. Between the imaginary spaces until the implementation of an image the time is mediated. Through this time the matter tries to get shape, the colors change, gets mature, becomes higher and broaden. Frame and metal sheets are formed into the shape of an insect which cannot retain the force of the matter and morphs back into bull, and both muscles and bones enlarge, pushing the frames of the fuel tank upwards, the steering wheel resembles bull horns the front resembles buff animal legs and the seat made out of remains of another era, attests that just as hard as you harness the form that the matter decides to take in this construction.
It borrows silhouettes from the copper and iron era, Gothic and Steampunk influences, details from the post-industrial revolution and moves on by building its future facade. With primitive tools, hammer and fire, every square centimeter is sculptured, front to back, ignoring all modern metalworking tools, disregarding construction time, it takes time for the construction to materialize. Priceless in materials and effort, a product of imagination and instinct like it’s about to star in a sci-fi movie with her outwardly aura.
Its name reflects her qualities and serves as a reminder of her medieval origin, the Japanese entrails from a Honda 750cc, and parts out of a Yamaha R1, like front parts, forks, wheels, fuels, tanks, Suzuki exhausts taken from the intruder 1500cc, whose sound aims for the subconscious of everyone sitting aside used in armor, comes the custom muscle motorcycle named Excalibur, to remain in our consciousness, and with its wide to when the rider touches the throttle.
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