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1976 Cb750 Cb 750 on 2040-motos

US $5,600.00
YearYear:1976 MileageMileage:5617 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Henderson, Colorado, US

Henderson, Colorado, US
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1976 CB750 CB 750, US $5,600.00, image 1

Honda CB photos

1976 CB750 CB 750, US $5,600.00, image 2 1976 CB750 CB 750, US $5,600.00, image 3 1976 CB750 CB 750, US $5,600.00, image 4 1976 CB750 CB 750, US $5,600.00, image 5 1976 CB750 CB 750, US $5,600.00, image 6 1976 CB750 CB 750, US $5,600.00, image 7

Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):750 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CB description

CB750k Runs and shifts perfect. All original with correct everything.  Very clean bike with no rust or dents.  HM431 (Stamped and OEM- no BS emissions reading) pipes are perfect, new and the real deal.   Chrome is srtait w/ no obvious pitting.  Motor was hand polished and is beautiful.  Seat is new OEM Honda replacement.  Paints still shines nice.  Tank does have small touch up on right side where a chemical drip distorted the paint.  Tank paint has been touched up (size of a quarter) at right side above "H" in Honda.  The paint is also scuffed under the seat where it rubs on the tank.  Bike does weep oil (a few drops ) after running at the connecting rubber hose that goes from oil fill tank to the lower. Got new plugs/oil/filters in July.  Tires are nice but are slightly larger than stock.  Front brake caliper may need rebuilt because front brake squeeks. Very nice rider.

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