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Up for grabs...1979 Honda CB750F Super Sport DOHC
First year of Honda's iconic DOHC 750. Bike is mostly complete barring the side panels. Overall condition is very good - mufflers have the tell-tale rust holes in the bottom. Bike does not currently run but the motor does turn over. Inside of the tank is pretty clean, but I'm sure the carbs will need going through. Will need brake work as well as a battery. Definitely a project, but I don't think it will take a whole lot to make it run - it IS a Honda after all! :) Check out the pictures, what you see is what you get. Clean title.
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And because this is ebay, please note that this motorcycle is currently non-running and will fully serviced before it is road-worthy.
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Baxter Cycle has been in business for 38 years and is a dealer for Triumphs and Royal Enfields. We sell a large variety of parts for all makes of British bikes, specializing in Triumph, BSA, and Norton. Our parts inventory grows daily. We strive to provide the highest levels of service to our customers and we always welcome any feedback.
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