1972 Honda Cb on 2040-motos
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Nice turn key 72 CB750 NICE original HM341 Pipes!! No rust holes, some surface aging. Pipes have the correct baffles also.
97% original condition and look except the following:
-rear wheel is a 16" for bigger tire
-mirrors (correct look)
-upper brake line is braided
-Tank and Side covers have been repainted, but Correct Sunflake Orange VMR paint
39k miles runs great
Carbs ultrasonic cleaned and synced
New gas cap, New tank and sidecover emblems and jewels
The rest of the bike is original condition and shows signs of its age, including minor oil leak around the headgasket which is very common. No leaks on the floor.
Frame Vin# CB750-2030886
Engine Vin# CB750E-2038642
Buyer responsible for shipping source and cost.
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Honda has recalled its 2013 CB500F, CB500X and CBR500R models in Australia because of a defect that could cause an oil leak. At the moment, no recall has been announced for the U.S., though there is a good possibility one will be announced shortly, as all 500-series models are manufactured in the same Honda factory in Thailand. There is a similar recall for the Japanese market for the CB400F, CB400X and CBR400R, which are mechanically identical to Honda’s 500-series models, but with a smaller engine to meet the country’s tiered licensing requirements. According to the Australian and Japanese recall notices, the rocker arm shaft sealing bolt may come loose, causing oil to leak from the engine.
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