1976 Honda Cb on 2040-motos
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1976 Honda Cb750. Clear title, runs and rides great. Smooth quiet engine, accelerates nice and shifts thru all gears fine. Has late model front end and wheels, I have the original wheels and front end available for purchase. Starts easily with kick or electric start, idles smooth with no funny noises or leaks. Inside of fuel tank is nice and clean. Headlight, speedo and tach in good working order. Does not have a front brake and will need tires and a battery soon. This is a running and riding motorcycle, I just rode 20 miles today 10/13/2016. See the pictures and feel free to message with any questions or to see the bike in person.
Sold as is no warranty. Non-refundable $200 deposit via paypal within 24 hrs, full payment via cashiers check or cash in person due within 7 days. Shipping is the buyers responsibility, I can coordinate with shipper of your choice. International buyers welcome.
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Moto blogFri, 24 Jun 2011
This ‘you tube’ gem sent to me recently brought back some funny memories from the scary but incredibly exciting days of 500cc two stroke racing. This particular race was the final round of the All Japan 500cc Championship at Tsukuba Circuit where I enjoyed a head to head battle with national hero Tadahiko Taira. Yamaha’s favourite son at the time, ‘tie wrap’ as we liked to call him, was taller and better looking than most Japanese riders (maybe a war baby?) and went on to win nearly everything in Japan during his career.Tue, 31 Jul 2012
Honda reports a 12.5% increase in motorcycle sales over its first quarter ended June 30, 2012. The quarter represents a return to form following last year’s opening quarter which faced the financial fallout from last March’s earthquakes and tsunami in Japan. The difference is most apparent when looking at the company’s bottom line.Thu, 11 Aug 2011
If you are a track day regular this year, you may well have bumped into former racer and friendly Kiwi, Simon Crafar. I first met him in Malaysia in 1990 when he was riding for a Yamaha dealer team, sweating his way round circuits like Shah Alam and Johor Bahru but with a long term plan to make it onto the World scene. And he didn’t take long as after riding for Honda in the UK in 1992 he moved to WSB in 1994 and enjoyed success with both the Honda and Kawasaki factory teams.
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