As we saw with the Magpul's Ronin motorcycle, custom bikes usually have a story to tell far deeper than just their aesthetic qualities. The same is true for Vibrazioni Art Design, an Italian boutique design firm, known for truly turning one man's trash into another man's treasure, of which their Honda CB750 is a case-in-point. Recognized around the world for their ability to re-purpose discarded oil barrels in everything from furniture to art, their latest project is a bit of a new endeavor; reworking the iconic cafe racer into something everyone can get behind regardless of their gear-head status. While the frame was left intact, aged Pennzoil oil barrels were shaped and crafted to reform the gas tank as well as the front and back-end, ultimately presenting a bike with more character and history than you can shake a stick at. Continue after the jump to see more of what we mean, including some detailed shots at what the Italian design house can do.