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1973 Honda Cb500 Four Cb500f4 on 2040-motos

US $1,550.00
YearYear:1973 MileageMileage:18400 ColorColor: Green

Atlanta, Georgia, US

Atlanta, Georgia, US
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Honda CB photos

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Honda CB tech info

TypeType:Standard Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):500 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CB description

 Hey all this is 1973 Honda CB 500 four that has 18,400 miles. I have had the bike for almost three years,
and have had a great time with it. It has mainly been my city bike that I go to the movies, run errands,
and take short jaunts out into the country on the weekends.I have only put a few thousand miles on the bike since buying it.
When I got it it had been sitting in a garage for a while and just needed all the basic maintenance to get it back to good running order.
I decided that since it was in good stock condition that I would just try to make it run as stock as possible.
I soda blasted and rebuilt the carbs. I changed to a Dynatek electronic ignition and changed the coils to Dynatek as well.
I put on all new plugs and wires and added a an AGM battery. Also put on a new MAC 4 into 1 exhaust.
I just basically did all the basic maintenance to get the bike back to stock running order.
The result is the bike now runs great and starts up as soon as you stab the starter button.
It is unrestored and has all the patina that comes along with a 40 year old bike.
All the lights, blinkers and gauges are in working order. And the previous owner really took pretty great care of it.
I have stopped on my improvements to the bike as the cost to value I could get back out of the bikes has come to an end.
With a few more dollars and a weekends worth of work you could have a great and completely stock runner.
I have set a low reserve and this should be a great buy for anyone.
I will help with the shipping and work with the buyer on getting it to whatever shipper they decide to use.
Of course coming by and picking it up yourself is always and easy option. If you live in the Atlanta area feel free to come by and check it out for yourself.
I will try to answer all questions promptly good luck on the auction.

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