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1972 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $6,300.00
YearYear:1972 MileageMileage:1

Sylmar, California, United States

Sylmar, California, United States
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Honda CB description

1972 Honda CB750 (K2) Beautiful "frame off" build 

Clean Title in Hand 
Total Engine Rebuild 
1620 Miles on Odometer 
Less Than 20 miles on rebuilt engine 
Registration good til 2017
Powder Coated Gloss Black Frame

A stunning frame off restoration by FUEL WELL Moto who specializes in Vintage Honda restoration and custom cafe racers. 

Buyer to be responsible for shipping costs & any fees associated with shipping arrangement. We do have several professional shippers we use and can recommend for you. 

Below is an outline of new parts and engine rebuild build details. . .


1) New Wiring Harness
2) New Handlebar Switches
3) New Ignition Switch
4) New Handlebars (K0, K1)
5) New Master Brake Cylinder
6) New Levers
7) New Cables
8) New Headlight
9) New Handlebar Grips
10) New Generator Sub-Harness
11) New Tires & Tubes (Dunlop K70) 
12) New Chain
13) New Battery
14) New Battery Positive Lead
15) New Fuse Box
16) New Rear Brake Light Switch
17) New Mirrors
18) New Front Brake Caliper Seal
19) New Rear Rubber Tank Mount
20) New Battery Strap
21) New Chrome Headlight Ring & Hardware
22) New Front Sprocket
23) All New Emblems & Tank Trim
24) New Fuel Tank Cap
25) New Steering Stem Bearings
26) Frame, Swingarm, Steering Stem, Battery Box, Tool Tray,
Motor Mounts, Powder Coated


1) New Piston Rings & Pins & Hone Cylinders
2) New Cam Chain Tensioners & Guide Slipper
3) All New Gaskets
4) All New Oil Seals
5) New Cam Chain
6) All Rod & Main Bearings Checked or Replaced
7) Head completely Rebuilt including de-carbon the head & replace
valve Guide Seals
8) Replace Clutch Springs
9) Checked Transmission for wear
10) Boiled out Carbs & installed New Carb Kits
11) New Fuel Lines
12) Engine Covers Polished
13) Brand New Point Plate Assembly
14) New Spark Plugs (NGK D8EA)
15) New Oil Filter
16) New Air Filter
17) New Airbox to Carb Connectors

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