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1965 Honda Cb450 Cb 450 K0 Black Bomber Bobber Cafe Racer Project on ns1.2040-motos

US $192.49
YearYear:1965 MileageMileage:89999 ColorColor: Black

Wayzata, Minnesota, US

Wayzata, Minnesota, US
1965 Honda CB450 CB 450 K0 Black Bomber Bobber Cafe Racer Project, US $192.49, image 1

Honda CB photos

1965 Honda CB450 CB 450 K0 Black Bomber Bobber Cafe Racer Project, US $192.49, image 2 1965 Honda CB450 CB 450 K0 Black Bomber Bobber Cafe Racer Project, US $192.49, image 3 1965 Honda CB450 CB 450 K0 Black Bomber Bobber Cafe Racer Project, US $192.49, image 4 1965 Honda CB450 CB 450 K0 Black Bomber Bobber Cafe Racer Project, US $192.49, image 5 1965 Honda CB450 CB 450 K0 Black Bomber Bobber Cafe Racer Project, US $192.49, image 6 1965 Honda CB450 CB 450 K0 Black Bomber Bobber Cafe Racer Project, US $192.49, image 7

Honda CB tech info

TypeType:Sport Bike Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):450 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:CB450

Honda CB description

Up for auction from my collection is my 1965 Honda CB450 K0 Black Bomber.  I purchased this CB450 some time ago with the intent of doing a restoration or bobber project.  I targeted this particular CB450 because I felt it would be a good parts bike candidate or would be perfect for a bobber project as these style bikes keep increasing in popularity and value. I also purchased is since the CB450 K0 models are very, very hard to find in any condition. The frame number appearing on this CB450 is CB450-1022139. I now realize I do not have the time to do all the projects I had originally planned on or time to give this CB450 the attention it really deserves so I have decided to let it go to a new owner.  I am convinced the new owner will have a nice parts bike or starting point for a bobber project.


As you can see from the pictures, this CB450 will need some parts but if you can envision this CB450 with body parts and a seat installed you will see a very complete bobber project/parts bike candidate. As you can see, the original headlight bucket is present as well as the ignition switch and original Honda keys as well as a usable frame, engine and many other miscellaneous parts.  The original and rare horn as well as electrical coils can also be found on this example. The handlebars are mounted but will be removed and are not included with the purchase of this CB450.  All present bar controls will be included however.  As we make our way under the motorcycle, we will see a rare and attractive Hooker performance exhaust system mounted.  This is a very cool period correct piece and would be great for a bobber project as it is a very rare exhaust system.  The exhaust alone is very valuable.  


This CB450 is currently being sold as a rare and difficult to find parts bike and will come with a bill of sale only with the mileage unknown.  It currently does not run and rolls very smoothly. This CB450 is also in reasonable clean condition as well as a whole.


Regarding Payment and Shipping, I will accept a wire transfer or a certified check for the CB450.  Payment must be received within 10 days of the close of the auction.  I will and can assist with shipping this bike anywhere in the USA or any other country in the World.  I have exported many motorcycles to Australia, Japan, France and the rest of Europe and have many different channels to get bikes exported for a reasonable cost and safely. I can also work directly with your shipper if you are outside the U.S.A to get this motorcycle to you.  I can help with the paperwork and any customs forms free of charge as well.  We can work together and get this bike to you if you are outside the USA-it is no problem at all.  I can also deliver this bike to Forward Air free of charge or may be able to deliver within 500 miles of Minneapolis, MN.  The bike is sold as is.


Please feel free to contact me via the ask seller a question link on this auction listing or call me (Kurt) directly at 651-895-5155.  I am more than happy to answer any questions you may have regarding this CB450.  Also, please look at my feedback and bid with complete confidence.  I only offer the finest NOS parts and rare motorcycles from my collection and I have thousands of happy customers around the world. 


Kurt Pfender

Vintage Motor Toys LLC

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On Oct-08-13 at 07:53:31 PDT, seller added the following information:

There have been some questions regarding the engine. Please note this is a non original motor parts bike with a CL450 engine installed. The engine is also froze from sitting. 

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