Honda CB750F – 1975 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Honda
Year : 1975
Honda CB750F – 1975
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo
Professionally restored 1975 Honda CB750F SOHC Super Sport.
Ultrasonically cleaned carburetors
New Bridgestone Accolade tires on front and rear
Carburettors were synchronized and have new rubber assembly and seals
Brand new battery
Rebuilt factory disc brakes (front and rear) with OEM parts (the ’75 was the first year the
750F had rear disc brakes)
New throttle cables, springs and dampers
New “All Balls” tapered steering bearings
New spark plugs and spark advancer were restored
All points, engine hoses and electrical leads were inspected and restored
New right control with new electrical cables
Clutch plates are at factory operating spec and have been maintained
All gears are in great working order
New Italian seat coverings
Honda Factory Badges with no paint chip and all coverings included
Powdercoated paint job – San Marino Yellow
4-Into-1 Exhaust System
Honda sport grips
Another great Honda CB750 from the 1970’s.
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