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1970 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $15,000.00
YearYear:1970 MileageMileage:11 ColorColor: Candy Gold
Location:

Vernon-Rockville, Connecticut, United States

Vernon-Rockville, Connecticut, United States
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Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):750 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Vintage Classic Super Sport For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer

Honda CB description

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1970 “Candy Gold” Honda CB750K0

A Benchmark Vintage Motorcycle!

A One Owner Original Paint Unmolested, Matching Numbers Bike! Original Tool Kit Included!!!

***FULLY DOCUMENTED WITH ORIGINAL ONE  OWNER TITLE IN HAND & ALSO CT DMV Q1 SUPPLEMENTAL ASSIGNMENT OF OWNERSHIP & BILL OF SALE***

  The vintage CB750's are rising in value every day! With the 1969 Sand Cast CB750's selling at upwards of OVER $20,000+ , This is the second most valuable Honda CB750 Ever Made. Money in the bank!

RARELY IF EVER FOUND IN THIS ORIGINAL CONDITION

Absolutely stunning cosmetic & mechanical condition! You won’t be disappointed!  

The CB750 is one of the most iconic motorcycles of the 70s and for good reason! This thing runs and looks Absolutely Amazing, Starts and runs perfectly & is extremely smooth, makes great power & sounds Incredible!

Proudly on display at the New England Motorcycle Museum!

One of the most reliable bikes Honda has ever made, which says a lot considering Honda's are known to be the most reliable bikes ever made!

Ready for a summer of riding! 

IT WOULD BE A CRIME TO MISS OUR VIDEO OF THIS MOTORCYCLE IN ACTION! 
WATCH IT BELOW!!!

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The First Production Superbike Ever Made; One of the most significant machines in motorcycling history, the CB750 Four featured a 4-cylinder engine reminiscent of the Honda RC racers. The 750 Four had a terrific exhaust note resonating from four exhausts and, in a first for a production motorcycle, a top speed of over 200 km/h (~125mph). The incredible 750cc 4-cylinder engine featured a wealth of technology developed from sixties era GP racers.

It's easy to fawn over as a modern-day marvel, but it would be more appropriate to say that the motorcycle industry, in its present stage of development, deserves nothing less. What is surprising about the 750 is that development of the complete motorcycle took less than a year. Honda had not even decided the basic engine configuration by summer of 1968. The choice of the four-cylinder design and its basic features was based, not upon pure drawing board theory, but upon Honda's experience with other racing and production engines. Even Honda's Grand Prix formula car plays a part in the heritage of the 750. That it would be a Multi was obvious - for greater efficiency. That it would be an inline Four was based on the firm's seven-year experience with four-cylinder racing motorcycles, as well as more recent experience with production car engines.

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Please check out our detailed video on this motorcycle: 

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RESOURCES INVESTED AT KAPLAN CYCLES:

42 Hours Labor x $80/HR = $3,360

 + $1,007 In Parts =

We Just Put $4,367.00 Into this Honda Not Including The Cost Of The Bike!

The Award Winning Restoration Specialists at the New England Motorcycle Museum and Kaplan Cycles went over this bike from top to bottom, A Full 100 point inspection, Full Service, and a Full Detail and wash/wax/polish by the detail pro's at Kaplan Cycles!

Labor & Parts Invested Into This Bike @ Kaplan Cycles Include:

Intake:

1.    All Four Carburetors Completely Cleaned In Ultra-Sonic Cleaner

2.    All Four Carburetors Separated & Brand New Fuel Tee O-Rings Installed 

3.    Idle/Air Fuel Mixture Screw Adjusted

4.    Carburetors Synchronized & Then Further Fine Tuned with The Instillation of New Pilot Jets 

5.    Brand New Fuel Lines Installed 

6.    Petcock Removed, Inspected, Cleaned & Fully Rebuilt with New Seals + Gaskets 

7.    Air Filter & Air Box Completely Cleaned  

Engine:

1.    Cylinder Compression Checked: A Perfect 175 PSI Across All Four Cylinders!

2.    Valves Adjusted to Optimum Clearance

3.    Cam Chain Tensioner Adjusted to Spec

4.    Timing Advancer Removed, Inspected, Cleaned & Lubricated

5.    Ignition Point Gaps Set

6.    Brand New Breaker Plate Assembly Installed & Ignition Timing Adjusted 

7.    Brand New D8EA NGK Spark Plugs & NGK Plug Caps Installed 

8.    Engine Oil Changed with Maxima 20w50 Oil & New Drain Washer Installed 

9.    Brand New Engine Oil Filter & Spring Seat Washer Installed 

Electrical:

1.    Brand New Upgraded Yuasa Battery (Top of the line model @ $148.95)

2.    Battery Cable Terminals Cleaned

3.    Charging System Checked: A Solid 14.5 Volts Produced

4.    Brand New OEM Front Turn Signals, Stems, Bolts, Nuts & Washers Installed ($135.58)

5.    Speedo & Tach Inner Cables Cleaned & Lubed

6.    New Ignition Switch Mount Bracket Installed ($55.00)

7.    Overall Inspection Of All Electrical Functions everything is perfection (Lights, Starter, Kill Switch, ETC)

Tires:

1.    Brand New Dunlop Road Master K81 Front Tire Installed with new tube and rim strap

2.    Brand New Dunlop Road Master K81 Rear Tire Installed with new tube and rim strap

Brakes:

1.    Front Brake Master Cylinder & Piston Completely Disassembled to Clean, Inspect, & Install A Brand New OEM Honda Rebuild Kit, New Brake Line Crush Washers, Piston Seal Installed, Pivots Cleaned & Lubed, And Contact Screw Adjusted 

2.    Both Brakes Bleed And New DOT 3/4 Brake Fluid Installed 

3.    Overall Function & Strength Of Brakes Checked: Perfect!

Overall:

1.    Throttle Housing, Tube & Handlebar Disassembled & Cleaned

2.    Throttle Cables Lubed & Synchronized to Slides

3.    Clutch Cable Pressure Lubed & Cable Play Adjusted

4.    Clutch Cable Pivot Completely Cleaned & Greased

5.    Final Drive Chain Lubed & Adjusted

6.    Spoke Tension Checked & Adjusted

7.    Steering Head & Wheel Bearings Inspected: Great

8.    Test Ride To Insure Proper Function of Motorcycle

9.    Overall Once Over On All Nuts & Bolts Throughout the Bike

10. Full Wash, Wax, Steam Clean & Overall Detail

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General information

Model:

Honda CB 750 F

Year:

1970

Category:

Classic

Engine and transmission

Displacement:

736.00 ccm (44.91 cubic inches)

Engine type:

In-line four, four-stroke

Power:

67.00 HP (48.9 kW)) @ 8000 RPM

Top speed:

190.0 km/h (118.1 mph)

Compression:

9.0:1

Bore x stroke:

61.0 x 63.0 mm (2.4 x 2.5 inches)

Valves per cylinder:

2

Fuel control:

Overhead Cams (OHC)

Cooling system:

Air

Gearbox:

5-speed

Transmission type,
final drive:

Chain

Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels

Front tire:

3.25-19

Rear tire:

4.00-18

Front brakes:

Single disc

Rear brakes:

Expanding brake

Physical measures and capacities

Weight incl. oil, gas, etc:

235.0 kg (518.1 pounds)

Fuel capacity:

18.00 liters (4.76 gallons)

 

Call our shop at 860-454-7024  if you have any questions!

This bike was purchased to be a museum piece in the New England Motorcycle Museum, but we need to raise more funds to cover repair costs of the museum…So along with hundreds of other bikes from our collection it will sell as-is!...our loss your gain!

Any enthusiast of this era and more would appreciate this bike added to their collection. Attractively priced, this bike is a beauty and is ready for you. Don’t miss the opportunity to own her today, place your Bid Now! Either way, you won’t be disappointed she is waiting for you!

There is more to see! Come and visit! All proceeds are going towards the New England Motorcycle Museum restoration project under construction now!!

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***ORIGINAL ONE  OWNER TITLE IN HAND SOLD WITH CT DMV Q1 SUPPLEMENTAL ASSIGNMENT OF OWNERSHIP & BILL OF SALE***

IF YOU HAVE ZERO EBAY FEEDBACK YOU MUST CONTACT US TO VERIFY THAT YOU ARE A LEGITIMATE BUYER

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AUCTION TERMS:

Please read carefully!

Motorcycle sales are FINAL:

Qualified and Serious bidders only, please make sure this is the motorcycle you want and you have the money to buy it before committing!

Kaplan Cycles takes pride in top-quality customer service;

Please contact us prior to leaving feedback so we may resolve any issues, questions or concerns about our motorcycles, and let us know what we can do to resolve them before leaving feedback!

We strive to do our best to make sure all our customers are 100% happy.

We always provide top-quality service and motorcycles described as accurately as possible.

We respond quickly between the hours of 9am and 6pm EST, 5 days a week.

For our fastest service please call Kaplan Cycles at 860-454-7024.

Warranty:

All motorcycles sold "as is, where is" with no warranty unless written and implied.

We encourage you or a third party to come and do a full inspection

PAYMENT:

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DEALER CONVEYANCE FEE ON THIS SALE IS: $150
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Deposit Due Within 24 Hours of Sale:

PayPal, cash (In Person Only! Do NOT Mail Cash!!!), and credit cards are accepted for deposit.

The Deposit is nonrefundable.

Final Payment is due within 72 hours / three days:

We accept checks, cash (In Person Only! Do NOT Mail Cash!!!), or wire & Pay Pal transfers for payment in full on all motorcycles. (full payment with Pay Pal increases total price by 3%)

Wire transfers are the preferred method of payment, we will email you the wire transfer form, simply print and hand it to or email the form to your banker, and call us when the wire is sent at 860-454-7024, we will confirm payment is received and tag the motorcycle “SOLD ~ PAID IN FULL, cleared for pickup or shipping”.

All checks must clear the bank before buyers can pick up the Motorcycle; Out of State checks can take weeks to clear.

Payment in full or other arrangements must be received within 3 days of close of auction or the motorcycle may be relisted.

SHIPPING

All shipping charges and arrangements will be assumed by the purchaser

We ship worldwide, or you may pick up the motorcycle in person

We will assist with loading the motorcycle upon pickup at no charge to you

We will provide forklift, ramps, and dock for loading, and assistance to load for free.

We suggest U-Ship.com for the best service and pricing.

 

 

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