Honda CB500 Four – 1975 Restored Motorcycle

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Honda CB500 Four – 1975

Year: 1975
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CB500 Four
Colour: Candy Jade Green
Engine Size: 500
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1975 Honda CB500 Four Motorcycle.

This stunning CB500 was fully restored by its owner.

The wheels were rebuilt with new rims and spokes.

The engine was rebuilt with new piston rings and reassembled with new gaskets and seals.

The wiring harness was replaced.

All of the decals were replaced.

The petcock and gas cap were replaced.

New rear shock absorbers were fitted.

A new ignition switch was fitted.

The brakes were rebuilt.

The front forks were rebuilt with new seals.

The original hm323 exhausts were re-chromed.

The paintwork was professionally refinished.

A lovely restored Honda CB500 Motorcycle.

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