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1972 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $6,900.00
YearYear:1972 MileageMileage:8 ColorColor: Gold
Location:

Kansas City, Missouri, United States

Kansas City, Missouri, 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 For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CB description

Up for sale is my super low mileage 1972 Candy Gold Honda CB750 - Build date 10/71

Only 8,280 miles on her. 

This bike runs very well, and I wouldn't hesitate to ride her anywhere. Just last weekend I did a 300+ mile ride with her, and she ran like a top. Starts up cold no problem and doesn’t even need choke. It actually still surprises me how easily she starts up.


Check out the video of her running: 

https://youtu.be/FXvmrDmkuBg


All new work listed was done within the last 6 months:

- A new, professional (like… it’s REALLY good) paint job on the tank and side panels. It is matched to the original color (Candy Gold). Even the new decals have clear coat laid over them. It’s fantastic. 

- Interior of tank was sealed

- New side panel emblems (“750four” and Honda symbol)

- New grips

- Carbs were gone through

- Carbs synched 

- New tires (Avon Roadriders - 2 weeks old)

- Dyna Electronic Ignition

- Spark Plugs

- New fuse box

- New chain and sprockets

- New brake fluid

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- Original black paint on frame is showing its age

- Minor surface rust on exhaust

- There is a small dent on the front fender and on one header. 

- Just last week the low beam stopped working, but high beam works just fine

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A non-refundable deposit of $500 via PayPal is due immediately after purchase. The remaining balance must be paid by either wire transfer, cashier's check, or cash within 7 days. 

I reserve the right to end this auction early, as this is posted for sale on other formats. This motorcycle is sold as-is with no warranty. Buyer is responsible for pick up or shipping, but I'm happy to coordinate with shipper (and have done so before - easy peasy).

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In short, she’s been a wonderful bike, and I hope the next owner will enjoy her like I have. Please gimme a ring at 816-309-3351 if you have any questions, need any more photos emailed, or would like to purchase “Honey Bee”. 


Cheers!

Dominic - 816-309-3351 - dscalise13@gmail.com


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