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1975 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $6,000.00
YearYear:1975 MileageMileage:1 ColorColor: Black

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Brooklyn, New York, United States
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Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):798 WarrantyWarranty:Unspecified TypeType:Standard For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CB description

1975 CB750K5 SOHC *Cafe Style*

Less than 2000 miles!!
Clean Title
Up to date on inspection

Full upgrade/mechanic history provided

Front/top end completely overhauled at the beginning of the summer.  

Fenders cut down into a more bobby, "cafe" aesthetic.

Brand new charging system working in tip-top condition.

Aftermarket tailight/turn signals/hazards lights.

Currently has an aftermarket speedometer in the photos, but can provide the original OEM speedometer/odometer combo.

I'm not riding at all nowadays, so I'd like to give it to someone who will. It's an awesome bike at any level. Asking price is $6,000 but i'm very open to negotiation. Will answer any and all questions. 

The bike is located in NYC. For anyone interested in seeing the bike in person, please message directly.

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