Honda CB750 – 1977 Restored Motorcycle

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Honda CB750 For Sale

Honda CB750 – 1977

Restored by us during 2014 this beautiful Honda CB750 SOHC is offered for sale in the UK.

This Motorcycle has been professionally restored down to the last nut and bolt, the finish is exceptional and draws a crown any where is goes.

Frame & Forks:

The frame, swinging arm, stands, top and bottom yokes and all brackets were powder-coated.

New bearings were fitted.

All of the engine mounting bolts were polished and zinc plated.

The forks were rebuilt with polished lowers, new fork tubes, new seals and gaitors.

New replacement rear shock absorbers were fitted.

The Engine:

The engine was removed and thoroughly cleaned and sprayed in heat resistant paint.

The outer engine cases were all polished.

The top end was removed, the bores honed and new piston rings were fitted.

The valves were removed, lapped in and fitted with new oil seals.

A new Cam Chain was installed.

The engine was then re-assembled with all new gaskets and seals.

The carburettors were stripped, cleaned and re-assembled with new float valves.


New :

Wiring loom
Left Switch
Right Switch
Ignition Switch
New starter relay
New coil

All of the electrical items work and the new battery charges nicely when the bike is running.

Everything Else:

The front brake was completely rebuilt with new seals and pads, the master cylinder was recondition with new seals and a new cap.

A new front mudguard was fitted.

The original wheels are still on the bike and look good, there are some marks from tyre levers over the years. New period looking tyres were fitted with new tubes.

The original exhaust system was retained, it has a small repair under one silencer that can been seen if you lay on the ground under the bike. New end caps and heat shields were installed.

The petrol tank and side panels were re-sprayed in Flake Sunrise Orange with new decals, tank badges and side panel badges.

A new petrol cap was used and the petrol tap was reconditioned with a new stainer and seals.

A new replacement seat was used with a new seat lock.

New grips.

The grab rail, brake pedal, brake arm and exhaust clamps were re-chromed.

New mirrors.

Every single nut bolt and washer was either polished and re plated or replaced.

This Honda wants for nothing and is in better than new condition, its restoration has been a labour of love and no expense has been spared. The total cost in parts alone is over the asking price.

Restoring classic bikes is a passion of mine, this one needs to move on to make way for the next project……..

Please call 07935 306595 or email for more information.

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Kawasaki KZ1300 – 1979 Restored Motorcycle

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Kawasaki KZ1300 For Sale

Kawasaki KZ1300 – 1979

Year: 1979
Manufacturer: Kawasaki
Model: KZ1300
Colour: Grenn
Engine Size: 1286 cc
Drive Type: Shaft
Start Type: Electric

Restored Kawasaki KZ1300 Motorcycle.

*This Motorcycle is one of our own restorations completed in 2014 and is currently for sale in the UK*

This stunning Z1300 was imported to the UK from the USA in 1993.

Since then it has only covered 1,284 miles spending most of its time in storage as the original owner worked abroad.

This bike was stripped and professionally restored.

The frame, swinging arm and all engine brackets were powder coated.

The tank, side panels and tail piece were professionally re-spayed in the original Kawasaki green.

New side panel badges were sourced and fitted.

The wheels were powder coated black.

The original silencers were re-chromed.

Every nut and bolt was either zinc plated or replaced with new.

The brakes have been completely rebuilt.

During the restoration the cylinder head was removed and it certainly looks like this is a low mileage example.

This Z1300 rides like new and pulls like a train.

This restored Kawasaki KZ1300 is for sale in the UK.

For more information please call 0793 5306595 or email

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