1975 Honda Cb on 2040-motos
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Up for your consideration is a 1975 Honda CB750K. Clear title with 33,699 miles. VIN# CB750-2521594 Engine# CB750E-2402452. Bike starts, runs, and rides but will need serviced before its a daily driver. Engine is quiet and smooth with no leaks or funny noises. Shifts thru all gears fine. Clutch feels good. Starts with ease using kick or electric start. Turn signals, buzzer, and indicator lamps are operational, will need a headlight bulb. Seat is original and looks new. Fuel tank is in very good condition inside and out. Petcock and carbs were recently cleaned. Front brake needs serviced and bled, rear brakes are in working order. Tires will need replaced as there is some weather checking . Chrome has some rust in areas. Side covers have been repainted and left cover is broke and missing bottom tab. All and all a good, complete, original bike. See pics and feel free to message with any questions.
Sold as is no warranty. Non-refundable $200 deposit via paypal within 24hrs. Full payment via cashiers check within 7 days. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer, I can coordinate with shipper of your choice and can assist in loading. International buyers welcome.
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