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1973 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

YearYear:1973 MileageMileage:999
Location:

Thomson, Georgia, United States

Thomson, Georgia, United States
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Honda CB description

Very cool Honda CB 750 that I get a lot of compliments on.  The bike is in overall great shape for it's age. Fires right up... electric or kick start. Not exactly sure what the milage actually is but believe it to be pretty low according to former owner. The pipe baffles are rusted out and the pipes are in fair condition.  I also have an original set of handle bars, the original seat pan, tail light assembly,  and a few other odds and ends that will go with the bike.  Feel free to contact me with any questions.  706-361-5337. I DO have it listed locally as well. Bill of sale only.

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