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1969 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $10000
YearYear:1969 MileageMileage:9 ColorColor: Custom

Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States

Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States
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Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):350 TypeType:Standard For Sale ByFor Sale By:Owner

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These 1968-1969 K0 / K1 models are very hard to find and even if you do it's rare they are in this good of shape. I've owned a dozen or so of these and this is one of the lesser common ones I've had. This is from my personal collection. One of my Honda '69s I have and decided to let go due to the overwhelming amount of other projects... I have a clean and clear title in MY NAME.

This is a prime example of some custom details done in the early 70's. The paint was done professionally and is probably 1972 paint. Still in pretty good shape for it's age. Perfect to ride around as is and definitely have a head turner!!
Perfect bike for beginner or expert level vintage bike enthusiast.

The tank is darn near mint, very few MINOR imperfections. Inside is rust free. Has the knee pad side tank and finding one this nice is near impossible.

Front fender is NOT bobbed or cut and has the Honda factory recall done on the fender for the reflector regulations.

Has original seat but needs a new cover.

Have original honda key.

Side covers are from a latter model but swapped out in the early 70's when custom painted.

Has rust here and there on chrome but should clean up pretty nice.

Sissy bar is period correct and an add on from the early 70's.

Bike starts and runs but need carbs cleaned and probably a tune up. There is no battery in it, I can use a battery from my other bike to start it but it is not road worthy until the tune up and will need trailered. These machines are so simple to work on and you can do everything with simple hand tools in almost anyone's garage.

It has low mileage at 9,000 but the speedo has been changed early in it's life. The original title showed the mileage was accurate but due to bmv error it now shows exempt. I have the previous owners contact number for you to verify this.


Please contact me with any questions you may have DAY OR NIGHT. I'm up most hours so don't hesitate to text or call anytime.


I'm not in a rush to sell, hurting for money, or need the space. I have room to store it just not as much time as I'd like to devote to her for her to be appreciated. At the same time, I won't give her away so please no ridiculously low offers. If you know the bike, you know the value is there.. These are becoming more collectable as well... Serious buyers only...
Thank you!

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