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Selling this beauty. As the title says, it's a 1975 CB550 Four. Bike is incredible. Completely restored and modified into the Cafe Racer look. Frame is powder coated and the tank/rear hump are beautifully painted. Bike has a 4 into 1 exhaust. Has about 17K+ original miles on it and counting as I do ride it often. Bike is kick start only but fires right up. Looks just as awesome in person. Clean title in hand.
Only selling to fund another motorcycle purchase. Don't get me wrong I love this thing but my interests are changing. A Cafe Racer this nice is going to cost you around $4000-$5000 whether you build it yourself or buy one, I know because I've done both. Anyway, a little wiggle room on the price but please don't offer me something ridiculous. Real cafe enthusiasts can appreciate the value here. Serious inquires only.
Local pickup only. I will not ship. Message me with questions or txt @ Eight, Five, O, eight, nine, O, two, three, seven, one
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Moto blogWed, 14 Nov 2012
As expected, Honda announced its new CBR500R sportbike will be featured in the 2013 European Junior Cup, a single-spec racing series that competes at European rounds of the World Superbike Championship. We saw this coming when Honda announced it would supply an all new sportbike for the European Junior Cup, but the news wasn’t official until after Honda unveiled the CBR500R alongside its siblings the CB500F and CB500X at the 2012 EICMA Show. Plus this also gives us an excuse to run a 39-picture gallery of the new CBR500R after the jump.Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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