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1976 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

YearYear:1976 MileageMileage:7
Location:

Montgomery, Texas, United States

Montgomery, Texas, United States
1976 Honda CB, image 1

Honda CB photos

1976 Honda CB, image 2 1976 Honda CB, image 3

Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):500 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CB description

1976 Honda cb500 project bike. As you can see, the bike is fairly complete but will need work to get going again. According to the former owner's wife, it ran when parked, but when her husband passed away she just left it sitting where he had parked it. The title is obtainable from the DMV, but at the moment we only have the death certificate, bill of sale, and old CA registration. 
Depending upon where the buyer is located, seller may be able to help arrange shipping. Please ask any questions prior to bidding.

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