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1979 Honda Cbx Super Sport 1050 Dual Shock Sport Kit on 2040-motos

US $2,000.00
YearYear:1979 MileageMileage:36000 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Bronklyn, New York, United States

Bronklyn, New York, United States
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Honda CB description

1979 Honda CBX needing a complete restoration. This CBX was in heated storage unit for years. Needless to say, it will need tires, brake work and likely several other items addressed before being roadworthy It has some sport kit items such as hand controls and chromed foot peg mounts. Some chrome bits were installed like the carburetor caps, engine mounts and headlamp case and it is currently equipped with a Wolf 6 into 1 pipe and clip on handlebars. Bike turns over and all electrical items work but wont fire up. I believe the carbs need to be cleaned. Gas tank is clean inside but the paint is blistered on outside from a prior owner using a wood screw to attach the Honda emblem which caused it to leak. Tail panel is stress cracked and front fender isn't original as shown. If you want to restore a CBX this is an excellent opportunity to get one at a reasonable price. If more information is needed please ask and I will answer as soon as I can.Although it currently isn't advertised locally I do have the right to end this sale at any time providing there are no bids. In other words. there is no reserve so if you want it, place a bid.

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