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1970 Honda Cb . on 2040-motos

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El Paso, Texas

El Paso, TX
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1970 Honda CB750 Sandcast comes with Title and all taxes paid bike is currently in my name legally and can be transfered to any state or country. side covers have cracks and breaks and are a mess with chipping paint headlamp bucks is a different color. no handlebars, but 7/8quot; straight bar to be able to steer and bike rolls wrinkle tank looks good and solid tires and wheels hold air this bike is clearly not a rider and is in need of a restoration. engine looks like a rebuild was done. i got the bike like this, so i have no idea. engine seems stuck now.... at least the kick start lever wont spin the motor as it did a year ago. may need another rebuild. gauges have cracks, wire harness is hacked up. i literally pulled this sandcast from a barn in the state of Pennsylvania when i found it for sale.

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