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Honda Cb 650 Custom Caferacer / Brat Bike on 2040-motos

US $1,200.00
YearYear:1981 MileageMileage:15000 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Seattle, Washington, US

Seattle, Washington, US
Honda CB 650 Custom  Caferacer / Brat Bike, US $1,200.00, image 1

Honda CB photos

Honda CB 650 Custom  Caferacer / Brat Bike, US $1,200.00, image 2 Honda CB 650 Custom  Caferacer / Brat Bike, US $1,200.00, image 3 Honda CB 650 Custom  Caferacer / Brat Bike, US $1,200.00, image 4 Honda CB 650 Custom  Caferacer / Brat Bike, US $1,200.00, image 5 Honda CB 650 Custom  Caferacer / Brat Bike, US $1,200.00, image 6 Honda CB 650 Custom  Caferacer / Brat Bike, US $1,200.00, image 7

Honda CB tech info

TypeType:Cruiser Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):650 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:JH2RC0519BM115649

Honda CB description

 1981 cb 650c Cafe Racer/ Brat Bike, Valves adjusted and Carbs Rejetted and synced all new gaskets on the top end, valves lapped, new battery, new chain, DynoJet Stage 1-3 Jet Kit, pod filters, new EBC brake pads up  front, new small speedo, new Bullet LED tail Light, rebuilt Petcock valve, fiberglass exhaust pipe wrap new oil filter cover, new clutch and throttle cables.Paint is fresh and the tank has two coats  of polyurethane clear-coat it has been detabbed and ground flush. The seatpan is fiberglass with new seat upholstery. I've put 200 miles on it since resto. The original odometer has 13k on it. Title in hand.  It starts up every time, runs strong, shifts great, it's a good solid all around bike. I have many of the original parts if you would like I'll throw them in. The bike is not perfect but it is 32 years old. I freshened it up and turned it into a fun and fast little bike. It's great for tearing around town and bike nights. I hate to part with it but need the room in the garage.


Local pick up only or you can arrange for a shipping and I'll make sure that the bike is loaded properly.
The bike is located in Seattle WA.
Sold in AS IS CONDITION with no expressed or implied warranty.
A Paypal deposit of $250 is required within 24 hours after the auction ends and the balance to be paid by cash or bank wire when the bike is picked up or before shipping.
Title and bill of sale will be included...
Please let me know if you have any questions.

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