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1971 Honda Cb 750 Sohc Super Rare Undisturbed Survivor Mortorcyle (barn Find) on 2040-motos

US $1,300.00
YearYear:1971 MileageMileage:21246
Location:

Angola, Indiana, US

Angola, Indiana, US
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1971 HONDA  CB 750 SOHC SUPER RARE UNDISTURBED SURVIVOR MORTORCYLE (BARN FIND), US $1,300.00, image 1

Honda CB photos

1971 HONDA  CB 750 SOHC SUPER RARE UNDISTURBED SURVIVOR MORTORCYLE (BARN FIND), US $1,300.00, image 2 1971 HONDA  CB 750 SOHC SUPER RARE UNDISTURBED SURVIVOR MORTORCYLE (BARN FIND), US $1,300.00, image 3 1971 HONDA  CB 750 SOHC SUPER RARE UNDISTURBED SURVIVOR MORTORCYLE (BARN FIND), US $1,300.00, image 4 1971 HONDA  CB 750 SOHC SUPER RARE UNDISTURBED SURVIVOR MORTORCYLE (BARN FIND), US $1,300.00, image 5 1971 HONDA  CB 750 SOHC SUPER RARE UNDISTURBED SURVIVOR MORTORCYLE (BARN FIND), US $1,300.00, image 6 1971 HONDA  CB 750 SOHC SUPER RARE UNDISTURBED SURVIVOR MORTORCYLE (BARN FIND), US $1,300.00, image 7

Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):750 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:CB7501095330

Honda CB description

 Okay, this may be quite a "barn find". We recently found this bike in a garage/pole barn in Fort Wayne, Indiana after a friend of the family's brother died and he inherited this motorcycle and other vehicles in the building.  We are specialty engine machine shop and know little about antique motorcycles. However, I did a Ebay search under 1971 CB 750 and quickly realized this bike has some good value as an antique collector bike. We have simply been asked to sell the bike for the family friend.

I am starting the bid price less than any other 1970's CB 750 for sale on Ebay to ensure this bike sells and giving any potential buyer the opportunity to get a value buy or wholesale price as an investment for resale. The VIN tag shows a build date of  5/1971 and from what we have researched, it appears to be a CB750 Four K1 with the correct #s matching CB750E coded engine.

I think that this bike will be a good buy for a collector for these reasons:

1) 750cc SOHC Engine CB750E-1095831 appears to be the #s matching original OEM motor that belongs to this bike's frame and VIN, according to our research.
2) The bike has been untouched and not plated or driven since 1982. In other words, it has been parked in storage untouched for the past 33 years.
3) It appears to have all the original patina and looks bone OEM stock to us, although again we are not bike experts. 
4) The odometer reads only 21,246 miles and I suspect these are actual original miles considering it has not been driven for more than 30 years.
5) The bike appears to have all the original manufactures stickers, tags, etc still on the bike, along with the OEM #s matching engine.
6) The bike's chrome, body, and all other areas appear to be in surprising  good condition for bike of this age. There is very little surface rust on the bike, and where present it appear light surface rust--should come out with an SOS pad.
7) Selling NO RESERVE!

You may pick this bike up or we can ship it via semi-truck anywhere in the USA for under $500.00 freight. We can also ship this motorcycle anywhere world-wide by sea container for around $1000.00, maybe less.

Call Jerry or message through Ebay with any questions you may have. We have not tried to start the bike but think that with an afternoons worth of work that it could be started up. However, the bike is sold "AS IS" .  NO RESERVE!!!!!!!

NOTE:
There is a small dent on the left side of the gas tank and the Honda emblem is missing on the same left side.

NEW INFORMATION:
A very helpful fellow Ebayer gave us this information about the bike after we had listed the bike on Ebay with the above description:
"Just to let you know, the bike has the wrong exhaust and rear wheel has been laced to a Harley rim. Common alteration for the 70's. Good luck with the sale. Kurt"

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