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1972 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $3,199.99
YearYear:1972 MileageMileage:14

Martinsville, Indiana, United States

Martinsville, Indiana, United States
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Honda CB description

I have a 1972 Honda CB750 for sale.  This bike is in really good shape.  This is a two owner bike.  It starts right up runs and rides good.   Has a brand new battery and almost new tires.  Everything works on the bike, lights,  signals etc.  The bike is ready to ride.  Very clean bike.  Clear title in hand.  Please let me know what questions you have and feel free to call  317-496-8803

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