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1970 Honda CB750 750 Four for sale 200946108
1970 Honda CB750 750 Four
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1970 Honda CB750 750 Four

Street Motorcycle for sale in Naples, Florida 34110

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Naples, FL 34110

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Motorcycle Overview

This Honda was assembled by hand, no power tools were used during the re-assemble. Built-in America from Japanese parts by a true American craftsman, if you find a cleaner better-built machine buy it! The tank, side covers, fork uppers, and headlight shell were painted the same color (Blue Green Candy) and are new. There’s no rust in this gas tank. The throttle linkage uses separate cables to each carburetor this is a new cable assembly 17910-300-030. All carburetors fully rebuilt while paying close attention to detail, also have been expertly synced. New wheel bearings were installed both front and rear along with seals. Also, both tires were new, Dunlop K87 rear Dunlop F11 front no tire shine has been applied they have a couple of hundred miles on them. The original rear axle and rear axle nut have both been re-chromed and re-installed. This machine has a new speedometer cable. New front caliper and brake seals along with new front brake pads. The original front caliper arm was disassembled service with fresh grease and new o-ring seals and then reattached. The speedometer and tachometer have been fully reconditioned to where they look new. The original mileage was left as it was when I purchased it.

The Front Brake, the master cylinder are both new along with a new seal. All-new exterior engine seals have been replaced with new Honda seals not Chinese seals. All side covers and valve cover were polished and re-installed with new gaskets. The engine oil pump has been fully rebuilt with new seals, o-rings, and springs. The two oil lines between the oil tank and the engine have been replaced with new parts (Yamiya). The main wiring harness is new, along with the points harness, oil pressure harness, headlight harness, neutral safety switch harness, and the dynamo harness, along with its connector. New rear tail light harness, and new Rear tail light from Honda not from China. New rear shocks and newly rebuilt front forks along with new fork tubes and fork seals. The fork oil used was new from Honda. New compression washers in front fork drain and lower leg attachment. New low-profile crash bars have been installed and can easily be removed. In the end, a new front caliper was installed along with new brake lines, new compression washers,  and new rear brake shoes. A new rear stop switch was installed.

The triple tree has been rebuilt with new tapered roller bearings and seals. These are not the original stock ball bearings. It has a new Honda handlebar and switches. Re-chromed original kickstart arm along with re-chromed original starter motor cover. The points cover was new from Honda. New wires, points, condensers, and new NGK D-8ES spark plugs have all been installed. New clutch cable from Honda. New clutch disks from (CycleX) can easily be changed back to Honda but this machine shifts smoothly. The original clutch plate cover along with the original Honda rear brake arm has been re-chromed. The HM-300 exhaust and baffles are new from Honda and still sound great. Honda rims front and rear are both DID are were new from Honda. New center-stand spring, bolts along with the kickstand springs were both new from Honda. The footpeg rubbers front and rear are both new from Honda. The fuel lines, drain lines, and vacuum lines are all new. The crankcase breather is new and has a new filter this is (not stock). Best of all this bike offers the original K0 front and rear fenders that have been re-chromed by a top American plating company. 95% of all nuts, bolts, screws, and washers have been replaced with new Honda parts. 95% of those parts made from rubber have been replaced with new replacements. All of the aluminum has been polished fork legs, and this includes all engine covers. The bike has a new EK 530 Chain from Japan new along with a new 17T front sprocket and 46T rear sprocket. New oil pressure switch and neutral safety switch both from Honda. New Exhaust manifold gaskets. New, old stock Honda K0 Mirrors. New seat, from (Yamiya).

I was asked about what I did to the engine: I've pulled the oil pump and rebuilt it along with new seals o-ring and springs. The inside of the oil pump looked like a Jewell box it was all new and shiny before I rebuilt it. I have had the valve cover off the cam was perfect and adjusted the valves. I don't think a shop could yank the engine inspect the top-end set the valves for less than a couple grand. I went ahead and put in new points plugs along with a couple of condensers, set a new clutch in-place, and adjusted it. I replace every nut and bolt on the engine. Put in a new pressure oil sensor and seal along with a new cable and boot. I installed a new neutral sensor and cable. Then I add a new stator harness. I replace all shaft seals with new Japanese seals, gearbox, shift lever, kick start, and clutch seal. Tossed in a new set of oil lines and what would the total bill be? That's just the engine. Then I re-chromed the Kick start lever, the brake lever, the starter motor cover the clutch cover, and replaced the points cover with a factory-new cover. Had the valve cover, stator cover, gearbox cover, sprocket cover, and clutch cover all buffed and polished.

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  • New/Used
  • Mileage
    4,100 miles
  • Condition
    Very nice
  • Transmission
  • Exterior Color

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