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1979 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $6,500.00
YearYear:1979 MileageMileage:100

Davison, Michigan, United States

Davison, Michigan, United States
1979 Honda CB, US $6,500.00, image 1

Honda CB photos

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Honda CB description

Tig welded hardtail frame by Roush. Nearly everything new including complete new OEM Wire Harness, New Ignition w/Keys. New OEM Bar Controls/Switches, New Tack & Speedo, New Cables for All. New Brake & Clutch Levers. New Headlight, Taillight w/License Plate Attch. Custom Chrome Harley Rear Brake Master Cylinder. brand new TC Bros Forward Controls. new Gas Tank w/Custom Gold Leaf Lettering & Graphics. New Rear Fender. New La Rosa Seat. New DELKEVIC Stainless Steel Header and High Flo Exhaust 'Straight Silencer'. New Gold X-Ring Chain. New Gel Battery. The Engine and Carbs have been completely re-built with all new Seals, Gaskets and Bearings on Crank & Rods. New Rings. Head & Valve work by LaBaron PowerSports. New A&B Cam Chains. Valves lashed .004-.005in. Carbs were completely disassembled, dip-cleaned and re-fitted with DynoJet Stage 3 w/DJ 74's & 126 Jets, Slides have been drilled 5/32" and DJ Needles. Carbs were then sent to OldSchoolCarbs of San Jose, Ca. for a fine tune (these guys do Jay Leno's bike work) Receipts for nearly everything listed above. ~ The bike is a real mover! and she definitely turns heads. Like I said at the start, she's basically a brand new, (although 'slightly' modified) 1979 Honda CB750F SS *Thanx for reading.

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