1974 Honda Cb on 2040-motos
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1974 Honda CB750 Four. Clear title. Matching numbers, 50,083 miles. Turn key bike,everything works as it should.
-Runs and rides great and is currnetly tagged and being ridden. 4 into 1 exhaust sounds great, very responsive bike.
-Frame and chrome are very nice with no rust or pitting ever. Wheels also look great no rust.
-Original paint looks great, no dents in tank, inside of fuel tank is bright and clean.
-Side covers are in very good condition, no cracks all tabs are intact.
-Original seat has been recovered, seat pan is in good condition.
-Newer tires in good condition. Tool kit and service manual included.
-Has lower handlebars, original bars are included with the sale in good condition.
Sold as is no warranty, non refundable $200 deposit via paypal within 24hrs. Full payment via cashiers check or cash within 7 days. Buyer is responsible for all shipping arrangements, I can coordinate with shipper of your choice. International buyers welcome.
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Moto blogThu, 20 Oct 2011
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