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Honda : CB 1978 honda cb 750 cb 750 motorbike motor bike sport black 750 cc

$3,400

Cranford, New Jersey

Year 1978

Make Honda

Model CB

Category Sport Bikes

Engine 750

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Honda CB 750 motorbike in great condition! With a 4 into 1 exhaust that sounds magnificent, yet discrete. I will post more pictures with specific detail of the bike. Tires are in good riding condition as well... Buyer is responsible for all shipping arrangements and costs and respected taxes that are due per their respected states. This vehicle is being sold as-is, where-is with no warranty.

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1992 Honda 750 CC CB750

$3,499

Marysville, Ohio

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1992 Honda 750 CC CB750, Please call for more info.

1992 Honda 750 CC CB750

$3,499

Marysville, Ohio

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1992 Honda 750 CC CB750, Please call for more info.

1992 Honda 750 CC CB750

$3,499

Marysville, Ohio

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1992 Honda 750 CC CB750, Please call for more info.

1992 Honda 750 CC CB750

$3,499

Marysville, Ohio

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1992 Honda 750 CC CB750, Please call for more info.

1975 Honda cb750cc four

$3,400

Armstrong, Pennsylvania

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Very good condition and almost all original. recent tune up, new batteries. tires are in great shape. Pictures coming

Honda : CB 1978 Honda CB750-Four Straight 4 Cylinder Motorcycle 750CC

$2,900

Auburn, Indiana

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I've had this bike for a couple of years and it's fun to drive, but it's hard to justify plating and insuring it because I just don't ride it often enough. I work constantly and it's not practical for me. It spends way too much time sitting in the garage.BRAND NEW TIRES were put on front and back just this spring!A couple of things to note:- The horn doesn't work. It's probably something electrical. It hasn't worked since I've owned it.- The flasher module doesn't work all the time and the turn lamps will just stay constant (no blink)- The float(s) sometimes stick. Should be an easy fix for somebody with some knowledge of carbs. - I think a new battery is in order. If it sits more than a day or two, I have to use the kick start to fire it up. - It could use a little bit of regular service too. Grease, oil change, etc.Aside from cash, I'll also consider trades. I'd be interested in any Ford vehicles. I like crown vics, mustangs, rangers, F350s... anything super duty or with a modular motor. 4.6L, 5.4L and 6.8L. (I don't mess around with the pushrod stuff.) I'd also be interested in car trailers, larger sized cargo trailers, etc. Let me know what you have.The bike is located at my house in Auburn Indiana. It has a clean Indiana title. I also have a repair manual and a spare set of sprockets that I will include in the sale. I'm very straight forward. I don't screw around, and I expect my buyers to be the same way.The last couple of vehicles I sold through eBay, the buyers took forever to pay and wasted my time... don't be that person.That being said, I'm not going to take payments through PayPal. Cash money in person at the time of pickup only.Also, I don't "hold" anything for anybody. Folks never seem to follow through and end up wasting me time. If you want the bike, let's get in contact and make a deal. If you want to see it in person, give me a call! (260) 414-4981 Note: the mileage listed above is not accurate, but an approximation. I will revise the listing once I have a chance to go check out the odometer and get the exact mileage on the bike.

HONDA 1982 CB750K4 747CC MOTORCYCLE PARTS

$275

Los Angeles, California

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Honda 1982 CB750K4 747CC Motorcycle parts This site and all advertising information may be updated without notice whenever new information is obtained and may contain mistakes and inaccuracies. Information is provided to the best of our knowledge and that of the owners of the vehicles and equipment, and we make no warranty or representation regarding the accuracy, truth, or reliability of such information. We cannot be responsible for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies contained in information provided by third parties. Flexus Enterprises Corp. and/or representative is not an expert in the construction, engineering, finishes, materials, and component of every single vehicle and/or equipment we sell. It is the responsibility of the buyer to either inspect the vehicle and/or equipment personally or via a 3rd party, to ensure satisfaction to the condition and value, prior to purchase. Flexus Enterprises Corp. and/or representative strives to perform extensive visual inspections on all vehicles and/or equipment we represent but we do not disassemble vehicles and/or equipment or components for inspection purposes and therefore it is always possible that there is hidden damage that is not readily apparent. All vehicles and/or equipment are sold AS-IS with no warranties expressed or implied.

cb750 (836cc big bore kit) special construction chopper

$2,100

Clearfield, Utah

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I love my cb750 chopper very much but sadly its time for it to go. Its a one of a kind custom built bike. Need the money to put into my car. It is listed as a 1979 special construction. The motor is a 1971 cb750 k1 sohc. Harley swingarm. Big aftermarket coils. Race wires. Harley +4 springer front end with custom twisted steel. Professional raked front end.Custom made seat. Hardtail conversion( can include a set of rear shocks if the price is right). Harley sportster peanut tank. Oil and filter changed less than 100 miles ago. Pod filters and custom drag pipes (carbs are jetted and synced for this set up). Green uncarriage lights on hidden switch. Dead man switch blinkers. Waterproof phone mount. 4 month old agm sealed battery. Replaced points and condensers 2 months ago. Spoked rims. Side mount license plate and brake light combo. Tank is signed by Danny "machete" trejo with pictures of him doing so.Bike is priced low because I lost both side panels in 12st canyon (40$ on eBay) and needing parts for my car.That being said, my car still Runs and drives great so I'm not desperate and won't be entertaining laughable low ball offers. I love my bike very much.Price is negotiable. 2100 obo!Text is best but calls are OK too. Text anytime.My camera sucks.....much better in person!Don't be afraid to make an offer, I want it gone

Honda : CB 1976 CB750 Cafe Racer CB750f Super Sport 900cc Cafe racer custom build

$7,500

Mission Viejo, California

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You are viewing my 1976 CB750F. She's called "Pegasus" and took me over 2 years to build. The donor bike was stripped down and every nut and bolt has been replaced, polished or upgraded in most cases to polished stainless steel Allen bolts. Simply put, no expense was spared on this build, it does not drip any oil. It runs and sounds amazing. It looks way better in person and I have simply nothing left I can possibly do to it. I have receipts inches thick that will be included with the purchase. As an example of how this build has constantly evolved I have just installed in the past few weeks a brand new battery, an APE CAM chain tensioner and spent $250.00 on the Joker Machine shop LED mini turn signals front and rear. Also I switched out the master cylinder for a GSX Nissin and added new GSX adjustable levers. It has under "1000 miles" on a cylinder 900cc "resleeve" not a big bore!..and she is tuned, runs and sounds amazing! This bike is a jaw dropper if you want something no one else has especially if you love the old CB's. I run the bike ever so slightly rich which gives the bike a light vintage sounding burble and popping on deceleration. There are a few little blemishes here and there as it is ridden but there is not a part of this bike that has not been gone through. You really must see this bike to truly appreciate it. Sadly the pictures just do not do this bike any justice. The color is a Chrysler Vanilla with silver and black checkers. It has been about 1 month since the resleeve from the 830cc to the 900cc. I could od rebored but I wanted to do it right so I have a K3 head resleeved with CB900 cylinder sleeves and CB900 pistons. The resleeve has just about 650 miles and the head was done at the same time. The prior head in the photo album is off the prior F2 head and cylinders which was also fully reworked and rebuilt at great expense when the 836cc work was done earlier this year however the F2 head's are notorious for leaks due to their design and one of the threads was compromised in the F2 head it and it had a very minor drip through that compromised thread and it drove me crazy. I could not live with that. Ultimately I decided to replace the cylinders and head to a K3 and rework them both for improved power and long term reliability and "no drip" Now there is no drip of any kind and it runs like a freight train! An expensive proposition but to me I had to have this bike done right with no leaks. I will try to list as much as I can but I know I am forgetting things but by updating this listing I'm sure I have most of everything listed now...its a lot!, also I have about 200+ photos of the build documented and a crappy Youtube video while the bike is cold at high idle. I will try and do a better video with the bike warmed up and better quality with a slower smoother walk around. Link to build Photos: http://s1127.photobucket.com/user/oldroyd/library/CB750F1%20Pegasus%20Custom%20project?sort=6&page=1 Link to Youtube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xVdH2QwQdE&feature=youtu.be Please note: You will notice there is an inconsistency in the photos, this is because I just installed the new Joker machine shop turn signals front and rear, converted the front master cylinder and leavers to GSX which are a "huge" improvement and the new Cylinders were painted black and although you cannot see it I just now added the battery. As I said this bike has constantly evolved as you can see by my photo link.....however as of today there will be no more changes and picture #1 is the final upgrade I wanted to do to make her perfect and now she is in my opinion. Please feel free to ask me questions. Thanks for looking! FRAME & SUSPENSION & STEERING Powder coated Metalic silver Frame, Swing arm and battery box, metallic silver with clear coat.Passenger brackets removed and frame shortenedNorman Frame kit installed and welded into place to provide full Engine work accessabiltyNew Brass Swing arm bushings New Conical steeríng head bearings “All Balls”NEW Norman Hyde "M" BarsBrand New Biltwell gripsPowder coated Black gloss fork legs witch new RaceTech fork springs New OEM fork Caps and OEM bushingsNew chrome fork legs from CycleXNew ...to make her ride like a modern bike up front, Cartridge Emulators by Racetech New Tarozzi fork braceNew Hagon custom built adjustable rear shocks New custom built Billet steering head boltNew front and rear spockets with new 530 X-ring chain. New Sprockets 17/48New XS 650 Chrome controlsCustom dummy light bracket with new lightsLarge Red NOS Fire engine red "VALVE OPEN" turn signal indicatorNOS Chrome foot peg mountsPolished alloy engine bracketsNew Aftermarket adjustable steering damper New bar end mirrors "Not the cheap ones" ENGINE 1973 CB750K cylinders and matching head resleeved to CB900 with approximately 650 milesNew CB900 pistons and ringsHead work, new stainless steel valves, new heavy duty APE valves springs 650 milesNew heavy duty collets, keepersDecked head.New billet Megacycle CAM #125-00New APE Adjustable CAM wheelNewly triple chromed valve cover.Chrome tappet coversPowder coated Valve cover breather capLeak proof head gasket from CycleXLeak proof Valve cover gasket from CycleXNew NOS finned covers powder coat stripped and polishedChrome side coversEngine bead blasted and wrinkle finishNew APE heavy duty Cam chain New APE CAM Chain tensionerNew APE Heavy Duty Primary chainsNew OEM Crankcase and rod bearingsNew oil seals throughoutNew Heavy duty APE studs installedNew polished stainless Allen head bolts throughout bikeNew custom built Stainless steel Oil linesVintage Oil cooler with stainless braided oil linesChrome aftermarket oil filter coverNew NOS Japan oil pressure gaugeOil tank refinished and modified to be exposed with polished cap and emblems.Oil overflow chrome filter with steel braided hose CARBS/FUEL New Fuel linesNew OEM Fuel Petcock "not aftermarket"Carbs by Fred, rebuilt polished wrinkle finishCarb overflow tubes steel braidedNew OEM Honda carb bootsVery nice NOS chrome Breadbox air filterCB750K 1973 gas tank relinedNew Monza flip up gas cap WHEELS Replaced rear wheel with 16” Harley wheel Rebuilt wheels with new polished Buchanan stainless spokes on the front with black gloss Powder coated rims. Newer tubes and tires plenty of miles left on themNew All Balls wheel bearings front and backAPE rear wheel adjusters BRAKES Cross drilled Rotors front and rear with new brake padsDual front disc brake conversion All powder coated brake parts front and rearNew front and rear OEM brake pistons and rebuild kitsNew custom steel braided brake lines throughoutNew OEM brake line to caliper connector linesNew Modern GSX Nissin freshly rebuilt master cylinder and clutch control New GSX style adjustable leversDOT 5 fluid conversion works great and protects partsNew rear brake switchConverted brake stay arm to lightweight bar, new brake pedal spring CLUTCH New OEM Honda ClutchClutch pressure plate "Hondaman" high oil flow modificationNew clutch cable and new GSX perch and GSX style clutch lever ELECTRICAL New Dyna 5.0 coilsNew Acel electronic ignitionNew Spark plug leadsNew NGK 5 ohm spark plug capsNew wiring harnessNew solid state rectifier and regulatorNew buses fuse boxNew JOKER machine shop turn signals front and rearNew OEM head light with custom 308 bullet Tri barNew super loud MAGNUM double horn on separate high power harnessNew Low brow customs rear light & license plate on stainless steel bracketBraided hose to rear tail lightNew Blue Dot aftermarket brake running light lenseNew billet custom fabricated rear brake light finned casingNew ignition and keysNew aftermarket SolenoidNew LED battery status monitor on dashNew red LED light strips behind clock facesBrand new high cranking battery July 2014 - was not happy with the recharge rate of Shorai lithium so switched to what works best! MISCELANEOUS New Yoshi type 4-1 exhaust with titanium wrap. New allen key head stainless head manifold boltsNew stainless exhaust tipCustom removable fiberglass café seat, Custom made seat with Gelpad insertsTool storage area inside quick remove tail sectionEvery nut and bolt machined, polished or replaced with stainless Allen head wherever possibleAll aluminum parts polishedTransmission disassembled and completely gone through and within spec New clock faces, rebuilt with chrome cases reset clocks Gauge needles copper with white tipsAll cables are newChrome headlight earsBrown leather Gyles tool bagBeautiful paint by Smokey with 5 coats of clear Please note! There will be a box of assorted spare parts included.Link to build Photos: http://s1127.photobucket.com/user/oldroyd/library/CB750F1%20Pegasus%20Custom%20project?sort=6&page=1 Motorcycle is Sold As Is. There will be a $500.00 payment due at close with remainder of payment due within 7 days. I will assist with accommodating your shipper. Thanks again for looking!

Honda : Nighthawk BLACK 2000 HONDA NIGHTHAWK 750 750cc LAST OF THE CB750 BIKES

$3,000

York New Salem, Pennsylvania

Year 2000

Make Honda

Model Nighthawk

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Engine 750

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UP FOR SALE I HAVE A 2000 HONDA NIGHTHAWK 750 I HAVE RODE THIS BIKE FOR THE PAST 2 YEARS. IT RUNS GREAT AND IS FUN TO RIDE I JUST WANT SOMETHING ELSE. EVERYTHING WORKS AS IT SHOULD AND THE TIRES ARE GREAT. BIKE HAS 20xxx MILES. CLEAN PA TITLE. IT HAS A TINY BIT OF DAMAGE ON THE ONE EXHAUST PIPE AND ON THE HEAD OF THE SAME SIDE NOTHING MAJOR AND IT EFFECT NOTHING CANT EVEN TELL UNLES SOMEONE POINTED IT OUT. 300 NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSITE DUE THROUGH PAYPAL WITHIN 24 HOURS OF SALE REMAINDER TO BE PAID IN CASH UPON PICK UP

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Honda : CB 1981 HONDA CB750cc CAFE RACER, IN SUPERB COND....NOTHING 2 DO BUT RIDE & ENJOY!!

$3,450

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Description1981 HONDA CB750 CAFE BIKEPEARL WHITE WITH 16,000 MILES NOTHING TO DO BUT RIDE AND ENJOY!!! Looks as good up close as in the pictures. Will store the bike up to 2 weeks to give the new owner the opportunity to pick it up or have it shipped. Payment via $500 Paypal deposit and balance due by cashiers check within 5 days. Contact me for additional information or questions. PLEASE HAVE ALL QUESTIONS ANSWERED TO SATISFACTION BEFORE PLACING ANY BIDS OR THE "BUY IT NOW"

Honda : CB 1971 honda cb 750 purebreed cycles cafe racer

$9,000

Los Angeles, California

Year 1971

Make Honda

Model CB

Category Caf Racer

Engine 750

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1971 Honda Cb 750, 1971 Honda CB 750 Cafe Racer Pristine full ground up rebuilt 71 CB750 built by Guillame Brouchu at Purebreed cycles in Quebec. Go check out their website to see their work.Less than 500 miles. Fully restored, tons of engine work/tuning, this thing is a beast. Puts out much more HP than 750cc. Very tight fast ride, perfect condition. Run's like brand new. One of the best built CB Cafe's you'll ever find. Hate to let it go. 9,000.

Honda : CB 1973 honda cb 750 vintage show bike walking dead period chopper crypt keeper

$6,995

St. Louis, Missouri

Year 1973

Make Honda

Model CB

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1973 Honda CB750 Show Motorcycle. One of a kind , one owner, the paint job tells a kreepy story...very detailed and a true example of the period chopper builders and the art work that came out of the 70's . The gas tank is signed "VAN NESS "CC" of Genoa ,OH. Hard to find a survivor bike like this with its original Murals. The Carburetors where cleaned, New battery, Spark plugs, Fuel line, front master cylinder bleed and caliper cleaned. The bike fires right up on the first kick and sounds great.The starter must have an issue, it turns very slowly, even with a new battery, but very easy to kick, and always starts right up. Clear title. Minor chip in tank as shown, bike is in great shape but remains an antique 43 year old motorcycle. Great addition to your collection, use as vintage display item or wow your local cycle meets when you pull up on the "Crypt Keeper"! Feel free to ask intelligent questions, they will be answered quickly and honestly. Will ship world wide sold as is, used motorcycle, no warranties expressed or implied Full payment within 7 days, cash or bank check held to clearNO paypal thanks and good luck!

Honda : CB 1963 honda cb 77 superhawk restored and ready to race fast exquisite

$10,900

Santa Monica, California

Year 1963

Make Honda

Model CB

Category Sport Bikes

Engine 305

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Nicely restored, and meticulously maintained 1963 Honda CB77 Superhawk Engine #: CB77E 212347 Frame #: CB77 22276 Soichiro Honda will go down in history as the man who truly changed the face of motorcycling forever. Honda founded his enterprise in 1947, using war-surplus Tohatsu generator motors clipped to bicycles. After his supply of engines dried up, he designed his own 50cc two-stroke clip-on motor, the first Honda Cub. Sales boomed, but Honda wanted more, and in 1954 he made the unheard-of plan of visiting Europe and learning as much as he could, directly from the best motorcycle factories in the world. He met with Triumph’s Edward Turner, who was impressed by Honda, but could not see beyond his own legendary ego that the man before him would, within 15 years, come to ruin his home industry! ? Honda visited the Isle of Man to see the TT races, and spoke with helpful emissaries at the NSU, Horex, and DAF factories. Realizing that fine production tolerances could only be achieved using European and American tooling, Honda was granted enormous government grants and bank loans to create two state-of-the-art factories, at Hamamatsu and Saitama. He had deeply studied the world’s best lightweight racing motorcycles – the all-conquering NSU Rennfox and Rennmax, and taken them as his template for a new series of production motorcycles. The result was the C70 Dream model of 1956, whose engine profile would be instantly familiar to any motorcyclist awake in the 1960s; it had a single overhead-cam parallel twin-cylinder motor with all-aluminum construction, fine pitch finning, and a slight forward cant to the cylinders. The frame was light and strong, made from welded steel pressings. Honda had taken the Rennmax and brought it to the street; no other manufacturer in 1956 could boast of such a sophisticated and affordable package, and within a year it boasted an electric starter as well. ? In 1959 the next iteration of the Dream line arrived, this time a super-sports machine, the CB72 Hawk. Gone was the gawky Teutonic styling of the Dream, replaced by clean lines which promised great speed – and the bike didn’t disappoint. With a 10,000rpm rev limit and top speed around 90mph, the Hawk was an instant hit. In 1961 an added 45cc was found, and a true Middleweight arrived, the 305cc CB77 Superhawk. With 28.5hp and 95mph top speed, plus utter reliability and sound handling, Honda had arrived, and the world took notice. ? The factory offered a comprehensive list of racing items to bring the Superhawk onto the track, including a bump-stop seat, special carb bellmouths, special rearsets, megaphone exhaust, etc. This 1966 CB77 has the ‘race kit’ installed, and was fully restored several years ago, with minimal mileage since. As the ‘race kit’ is now unavailable from Honda, this machine represents a rare opportunity to own a historic machine with the every one of the desirable ‘goodies’ from the 1963 Honda Racing catalogue, including the megaphone exhaust, solo seat, aluminium rear fender and number plates, clip-on handlebars, and high compression pistons and high lift cam ? The bike is offered in excellent condition throughout, both mechanically and cosmetically. The engine is strong and taut and has great power. It shifts perfectly through an excellent clutch. Brakes, suspension and all cycle parts are in excellent working order including the GT750 front brake. ? The blue frame is just about perfect and the finish on the rest of the bike is as exquisite. The bike was restored some years ago, but it has held up well – testament to the meticulous care taken in maintenance and storage since. ? With recent race history, some minimal re-commissioning will be needed and the bike will be ready to race. Offered on a Bill of Sale.

Trim Superbly restored ready to race