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1974 Honda CB750 K4 SOHC 4-cylinder Cafe Racer.
1960's British Cafe Racer inspired CB750 with "Legendary Motorcycle's" Thruxton aluminum seat pan, CycleX's "4 to 1" exhaust with stainless reverse cone muffler, Original SS700 Lucas headlight, shaved 5 gal. gas tank and "Clubman" handlebars.
Electric start and kick start fire the engine instantly. Sounds amazing. Pulls strong and solid up throughout the power band. Shifts perfectly. Front disc brake and rear drum stop the bike without any issues. Frame straight and solid and professionally modified for the cafe seat pan. Electrical system works great. OEM gauges and warning lights work as they should. Forks and newer rear springs in good shape. Recent tune-up and oil change with fresh fuel lines and filters. Seat pan and exhaust less than 3 months old. Newer tires.
Arizona CB750 with clear title and registered till March '17. If purchasing from outside AZ and your state laws requires turn signals, they have been removed, but wiring is still intact.
Located in Chandler, Arizona. Please email any questions.
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