1969 Honda Cb on 2040-motos
Honda CB tech info
Engine Size (cc):750
Warranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
For Sale By:Dealer
Honda CB description
This nicely original Blue-Green Sandcast is in great running
condition and ready to ride with 7,346 miles. The
motorcycle has original later production model of
the following "4-dimple" Tank - 17 litre, fuel tap long neck, oil webbed fabric line, 3
hole air-box which has been
repainted, seat pan, black kill switch with knob, and finless
oil filter housing. The engine
serial number is
CB750E-1007414, which makes it an original Sandcast.
does have some scratches and paint chipping on the headlight bucket. Due to a new seat on the seat pan,
there are marks on
the gas tank.
There is also a scratch on top of the
back taillight. The bike does include the
original tool kit. All
electric works. There
is a small dent on the fourth exhaust
pipe on the right side. The original side
cover is cracked and has been repaired in
There will be replacement needed for
gear covers and the accordion fork
dust covers. All of
the chrome is in good condition with no
sign of rust. It has been well maintained.
CB750 is included in the AMA Motorcycle
Hall of Fame Classic Bikes. It was
named in the Discovery Channel's "Greatest Motorbikes Ever”. The Sandcast refers to the first
7,414 CB750 Honda motorcycles produced from early 1969 until September, 1969. These bikes featured several identifiable features most
importantly the sandcast engine. The
process used a sand mold, the molten aluminum was cast into a mold using a
special sand formulated for the casting process. “Sandcast" refers to the
process by which each of the aluminum crankcase halves were cast.
CB750 is designed as a high performance touring motorcycle. It mounts a
4-cylinder engine on a rigidly engineered frame body which is precisionly aligned for balance. There are several distinctive characteristics of this series of
engines: The engine
cases have a distinctive rough finish that resembles the roughness of 400-600 grit sandpaper. Other important "Sandcast" details which this
bike includes are; double "cut" front fender, "wrinkle" gas tank,
cupped brake master cylinder, recessed key and ignition switch,
and original sandcast
engine with 9 hole clutch cover.
is truly a production bike revolutionary for its
time. The overhead camshaft, inline
four-cylinder engine, and original "sandcast" models of
the CB750 were rare then, is even
more unique and rare today. This bike runs and rides like it looks, superb!
encourage and are happy to arrange inspections. Please call 317.502.2107.
The bike is
located in Indianapolis, IN. Bike sold As-Is, Where-Is and Buyer
is responsible for shipping.
On Oct-26-16 at 08:10:14 PDT, seller added the following information:
The engine serial number to the bike is CB750E-1001137, which is between CB750E-1007414 or lower making it an original Sandcast.
Honda CB for Sale
Tue, 25 Aug 2009
Here's a new video from Honda, drumming up interest in their new V4. It's kinda nice, doesn't give much away but get to the end of the video (around 1m20secs in) and you'll hear Honda's new V4. So it's official, they've made it and it'll be out in 2010.
Mon, 01 Jul 2013
The 91st running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is in the books, and while much of the media attention focused on Sebastien Loeb demolishing the outright course record, setting the first eight-minute lap with a 8:13.878 — over 90 seconds faster than the previous lap record —in his Peugeot 208 T16, history was made in the motorcycle divisions as well. Below are the times for all the motorcycle competitors in this year’s event. As expected, Carlin Dunne aboard the Lightning electric superbike, took top honors among all motorcycle competitors, marking the first time an electric motorcycle has done so.
Tue, 03 Jul 2012
Honda announced it will enter a works team in the 2013 Dakar Rally‘s motorcycle class, returning to the event for the first time in 23 years. The Japanese manufacturer competed in the Rally from 1981 to 1989 when it was known as the Paris-Dakar Rally. Honda won five times during that period but then stopped entering its own team.