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1971 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $12000
YearYear:1971 MileageMileage:16 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Galloway, Ohio, United States

Galloway, Ohio, United States
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Honda CB photos

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Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):750 WarrantyWarranty:No For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CB description

This is a 1971 Honda CB750. It is titled as a 1972, but based on the VIN, it is a 1971. The engine number is very close to the frame number, so it is likely the original engine.  I have a clean and clear title in my name for this bike.  This bike is original and unrestored, but in very nice condition.  It has been well gone through with all new gaskets in the engine, new fork seals, new tapered steering bearings, rebuilt swingarm, cleaned carbs, as well as other basic maintenance.  The bike runs well, shifts well, and rides smooth. The brakes work and all of the electrics works. It starts right up with either the electric or kick start.  The tires are also in good shape.  The mileage shows 16430, but I cannot verify if that is correct.  The tool kit is included with the bike as well as the stock handle bars.  This is a nice bike that is ready to go. 

While I have described the bike to the best of my abilities, I am not a professional mechanic.  Therefore, this listing is subject to inadvertent errors and omissions.  I welcome and encourage all prospective buyers to come and check out the bike in person and inspect it prior to bidding.  Please look closely at all the pictures on a desktop computer to best see the condition.  The bike is being sold 'as is' with no warranty or guarantees. By bidding on the bike, you agree that this motorcycle does not come with any warranties, either expressed or implied. The buyer is offered the opportunity to examine the motorcycle in person or by representative if they choose, to ascertain if the condition of said motorcycle meets the buyer's standards. The buyer releases the seller from any liability with regards to this motorcycle and accepts it in "as is" condition, including the possible existence of unknown latent defects.  The bike can be shipped world wide at the expense of the buyer.  All shipping arrangements are to be made by the buyer after full payment is received and cleared into my account.  Full payment is due within 5 days. Please ask questions, if you have any, before bidding.
Thanks for looking!

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