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1975 Honda Other on 2040-motos

US $3800
YearYear:1975 MileageMileage:24 ColorColor: Blue

Johnson City, Tennessee, United States

Johnson City, Tennessee, United States
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Honda Other tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,000 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Touring For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda Other description

1975 Honda Goldwing was the first year for the great machines, it also is the most collectable of all the Goldwings-fist year and it has to be one of the smoothest rides of all the 60 and 70's bikes I have ever ridden. I have had three of these Goldwings over the years and this one  is by far the strongest of all three. I bought this bike from a guy who him and his dad rebuilt the bike and  have owned it since new. I did take the bike to the Honda shop and the carbs where rebuilt and all fluids  where changed about a year ago- the bike came with a rebuilt engine and new tires when I got the bike, do not let these bike sit ride them or you will need to do carb work every year. I do not do bike shows any more but I would think this one would take the show. I use to restore corvettes and they are only new once, this one dose not need to be restored it needs to be left alone it is worth more than a frame up restorations I have restored a lot of bikes over the years I have a web page of the bikes if interested email me for the address. This bike is not new how ever but nice enough to leave it alone. In 1975 these where the fastest bikes from red light to red light -It was not the z1900 or the Suzuki GT 750's . I pulled up  the NADA this bike and I would say with the rebuild and service done on the bike- "Excellent price on NADA is close to what has been spent on the bike. It would cost a lot of money to restore one of these bikes I know because we have restored most of the bikes in the collection. This bike also  has luggage bags and I thinks it really brings back  the day with these bags on there, but you can take them off . I love to  trade bikes if you have something back from the 60 or 70's I might conceder doing a trade in, however I am trying to raise money to restore some H2,s I will be list several other bikes so please keep looking. Any questions please call me Shawn Davis 423-956-3002 Also I have over 100 pictures of the bike if needed I can email  the other picture if someone in interested. Thanks again

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