Honda CB750 – 1975 Restored Motorcycle

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Honda CB750 – 1975

Year: 1975
Make: Honda
Model: CB750
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 750
Drive type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1975 Honda CB750 Motorcycle.

The Engine was stripped and repainted, it was rebuilt with new piston rings, valve seals, timing chain and all new gaskets.

The valves were lapped and every bolt was torqued to the exact specifications.

The transmission was checked and rebuilt.

The frame and other cycle parts were powder coated.

The body work was all repainted back to the original candy Ruby Red.

The front brake master cylinder and caliper were both rebuilt with new seals.

New parts used include:

A new seat.

New handlebars.

New wheels and spokes.

New exhaust.

New turn signals.

Drive Chain.

Points Cover.

Clutch Cover.

Grab Bar.

Fork Caps.

A very nice restored Honda CB750 looking great in Ruby Red.


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