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Motorcycle 1978 Honda Cb750 Four on ns1.2040-motos

US $600.00
YearYear:1978 MileageMileage:19464

Harleyville, South Carolina, US

Harleyville, South Carolina, US
MOTORCYCLE 1978 HONDA CB750 FOUR, US $600.00, image 1

Honda CB photos

MOTORCYCLE 1978 HONDA CB750 FOUR, US $600.00, image 2 MOTORCYCLE 1978 HONDA CB750 FOUR, US $600.00, image 3 MOTORCYCLE 1978 HONDA CB750 FOUR, US $600.00, image 4 MOTORCYCLE 1978 HONDA CB750 FOUR, US $600.00, image 5

Honda CB tech info

For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CB description


This is a great parts or project bike, or great candidate for restoration to original with just a little effort. Last year of the SOHC on the "original" 750s and is Four in-line. We planned to turn it into a bobber but just haven't had time.   Parts are intact and fair to good condition for its age. Key is in ignition, was running when parked.  Has been stored inside for a few years, but will likely need tires, battery, carbs recleaned--we were told it had a fresh carb rebuild when we bought it. ENGINE DOES TURN OVER WITH GOOD COMPRESSION. Tank looks good, everything looks as if it will clean up well (seat needs recovering), OEM parts can be restored or parted out, to make a little money if your plan is to chop it. 

Please ask any questions prior to bidding--bike is being sold as "PARTS BIKE AS IS"
We reserve the right to end the listing early since it is also for sale locally.
(The bike is garaged at our shop but is owned & being sold privately)

Willing to deliver for a small fee depending on where you are.  Please email with your location and will let you know whether it's feasible and how much. The bike is located between Columbia and Charleston South Carolina, right off of I-26 & I-95.

Thanks for looking and check out the 1973 CB360 we are listing as well!

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