Recently Beijing motorcycle shop Bandit Nine got their hands on a Chang Jiang 750 and gave it the full monochromatic treatment. In addition to the stealth bomber matte job, they completely rebuilt the flat-twin engine and installed brand new disc brakes. They left the front wheel with the traditional spokes but used a modern alloy for the rear.
The Chang Jiang 750 was originally based off the Russian IMZ M-72 which itself was almost an exact copy of the 1938 BMW R71. The first production of the CJ750 began in 1958 and used nearly identical parts as the M-72. Over the years slight improvements were made, but the overall design has remained distinctly German feeling.
[ via Uncrate via Bandit Nine]