And even though that’s an air-cooled four-valve thumper with a five-speed gearbox and drum rear brake, the G400C ain’t a bad-looking machine, with styling ripped right out of the ’70s. It hits all the right retro UJM notes; see if those laced wheels, teardrop tank, fork gaiters, analog gauges, and steel fenders don’t remind you of Honda’s CB450. An ultra-low MSRP of $4,599 will certainly boost the appeal too—the similarly-specced, -styled, and -sized Suzuki TU250X is priced at $4649, and it’s got 150 less ccs to play with. Yamaha’s SR400? It’s closer in spec, but that little neo-classic will cost you a whopping $5,999. Things are looking good for Genuine on that front (it comes with a kickstarter just like the SR400 too).