Honda CB750 K0 – 1970 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Honda
Year : 1970
Honda CB750 K0 – 1970
Model: CB750 K0
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo
Restored 1970 Honda CB750 K0 Motorcycle.
This bike has recently been restored with oem Candy Ruby Red paint and Honda oem period correct hm300 exhaust pipes.
Many new parts were used including:
Gas tank trim,
Front and rear wheels,
Front and rear wheel spokes,
Front and rear tires,
Front and rear turn signals,
Left and right control switches,
Headlight mounting brackets/ears,
Side cover emblems,
Throttle control cable,
The seat was re-upholstered.
The carburettors were rebuilt with new kits.
The front fender and stays were re-chromed.
The rear fender and license plate bracket were re-chromed,
The valve cover, stator cover, shifter cover, rear hub assembly, front hub assembly and the front brake calliper were polished.
The front calliper and master cylinder were rebuilt.
The front forks were rebuilt with new seals and oil.
A beautiful restored 1970 Honda CB750 K0 Motorcycle.
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