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1974 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $7510
YearYear:1974 MileageMileage:12 ColorColor: Black

Baldwinsville, New York, United States

Baldwinsville, New York, United States
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Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):350 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Standard For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CB description

Up for auction, An  original, Unmolested Low Mileage Survivor............ No Reserve.....starts at half previous sold comps......
 1974 CB350f, one of the great examples and rarest models of the 70's. Made only 3 years and one of the most technically advanced bikes of the times. 
Gets looks and questions at every stop. I've hardly ever scene another runner on the roads. (this is a fantastic bike on the twists). Starting price less than 

The Good n' Bad. n" F'ugly.........

The bike has very few miles over the last 43 years at true 12,700. 
99.8% original, other than pipes, which are new Kerker 4 into 1's. The sound is sweet with a low and powerful growl. 
Seat, still comfortable and newer looking, with No rips, tears or sagging from use. Handel bars straight and true, still with original grips, controls and mirrors. 
Recently completed extensive tuning and oil change. Including 4 individual carburetor cleaning and reworks with pressure synchronization. New cables, throttle, clutch and speedo, All Via certified Honda mechanic, now retired. Lucky Dude. Immediate start with kick or electric and great throttle response. Hardly needs warm up. 
New front tire 200 miles, rear ok thru next season. Fresh NY state safety inspection. Good chain and sprockets, ready to rock n' roll the corners. 

The F'ugly stuff, Cosmetics only. 
Gas tank (coated) and side covers could use a new finish. As typical among this years hondas, holding clear coats was an issue and peeling or blistering was common. No exception here. Being black, it should not be too much trouble and minimal cost. If you like, replace the decal kit ($50 ebay) and go for original. Chrome on fenders, not much better, blistered,  and can be re-chromed. (replace both at $120 ebay). 
note; tons of parts available and all body parts interchangeable with similar Honda bikes of the era. I've restored many a honda over the last few years and had No 
problems finding replacement bits n' pieces. (fenders, tanks, exhaust to engine covers and wheels). 
The important thing to remember about this bike, is that it truly runs and sounds great, and Honda quality and engine reliability. Cafe' Ready....

I do not believe the bike has ever been down other than a tip over in my garage the 1st time I parked in garage. (stand not extended completely).
I've had 20 plus bikes over the years, and can always tell when ones gone down. Scratches, dents, scrapes from road rash on cases or grips, levers or mirrors. Absolutely nothing, No marks of the kind with this scooter. 
Original chain guard, cable set and shift and original clutch levers also come with the bike, if going for true restoration. Also have a set of 4 into 2 exhaust available for small charge if wanted. (non factory).
I got this originally to Cafe' because it's got such an intricate and unique motor that runs so well. Already has the upgraded rear shocks and 4 into 1 exhaust, so the major expense for a Cafe' is already done. I was going to resell the parts taken off to fund the changover, seat $200, covers and tank $300 plus, and so on. Other peeps tell me to restore the paint and run Vintage shows. Not really sure the way to go, but now I've got no choice. Health issues and a transplant are on the near horizon. Part of the commitment other then cash, is no bikes...........wth?    

Thanks for checking it out. If you know these bikes, you'll love this one the 1st time you turn it on in the twists. 
I'm an older rider and located in central NY. So if you'd like to preview or make buy it now offer, send a note with phone # and I'll get in touch.
Shipping is up to you, but I'll help load up. Several good companies out there. Sold several over the years with ebay, all with no problems or complaints, 
so bid with confidence. 
$500.00 Deposit due at auction end and full payment within the week. I'll also hold for the bike 30 days if needed in-order to get transportation set. 

Take Care and Good Luck bidding, don't wait till last minute. (i've lost a few that way). 

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