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1975 Honda Gold Wing on 2040-motos

US $1,899.00
YearYear:1975 MileageMileage:19
Location:

North Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States

North Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States
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Honda Gold Wing tech info

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Honda Gold Wing description

Bike appears original. 19K miles. Paint in good shape, some fading on side doors. Chrome is mixed...some is shot and some is responding well to chrome cleaner. Bike has new carbs- I have drained old gas and flushed tank....battery was strong and I did get it to start but then it shut down. So this is a "project" bike....it has not been running with the new carbs. Comes with (2) new and still wrapped Kenda tires, windshield, spare seat and sissy bar assembly, spare handlebars (Honda 6-bend high bars, rare and worth about $400 alone) and Bates  hard side bags! Mufflers are rusted but solid and there is little rust elsewhere. There is no title as it was last registered in Maine in 2001 (see attached plate) and is not required there. I do have the last Maine registration paper and insurance doc. Great deal for parts alone at $1999. Easy and fun winter restoration!!
NOTE: Despite eBay there is NO title as it was last registered in Maine in 2001 and it is not required in Maine. THERE IS NO TITLE.
NOTE 2: will NOT ship (local pickup only) UNLESS you arrange pickup here at my place. Please contact me first before bidding. Thanks!

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