It's amazing enough that he's actually planning to do it (where does one get that many brand-new Honda parts?). But can he do it in a day? The man has few tools, but plenty of parts. Three walls of the shop are lined with deep metal shelves, all overflowing with individually and specifically labeled bins of parts. No reproductions, either. According to World, all are genuine. Honda used 2500 parts in each CB750, he says, and they're all here, many still in their original wrappers. Parts were gleaned from dealers' never-sold stock or refurbished. Larger assemblies--chainguards, cases, exhaust pipes, carburetors--fill every available storage space around the shop, plus a nearby warehouse.