Honda CB450 Black Bomber – 1966 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Honda
Year : 1966
Honda CB450 Black Bomber – 1966
Model: CB450 Black Bomber
Engine Size: 450
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo
Restored 1966 Honda CB450 Black Bomber Motorcycle.
This bike was completely restored with all original or new old stock Honda parts.
A highly skilled CB450 mechanic examined the engine (using a scope) and found that the pistons, cam shafts and rocker arms were in excellent condition.
The frame and all black parts with the exception of the fuel tank were powder coated.
The tank was painted in the correct Honda black.
All of the chrome parts were professionally re-plated.
New old stock mufflers and side cover bolts were sourced.
Other new old stock parts used include:
Tank pads and badges,
The new old stock fenders were powder coated in a very nice rendition of the original Honda silver.
A really great restored Honda CB450 Black Bomber Motorcycle.
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