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1976 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $1,299.99
YearYear:1976 MileageMileage:17

Martinsville, Indiana, United States

Martinsville, Indiana, United States
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Honda CB description

I have a 1976 Honda cb550 four for sale.  The bike has been sitting indoors for a little while but still kicks over good.  In pretty good shape for the year.  I am sure it will need carbs cleaned, battery, tuned up etc.  The tank is clean and all the cables are free.  There is no title, was lost over the years.  I will provide a bill of sale with the bike.  Please let me know what questions you have and feel free to call me 317-496-8803

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