Honda CB500 – 1973 Restored Motorcycle

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Honda CB500 – 1973

Year: 1973
Manufacturer: Honda
Date of 1st Registration: 01/01/1973
Model: CB 500
Mileage: 15,120
Gears: Five-speed manual
Colour: Orange/Black
Start Type: Combo
Drive Type: Chain
Engine Size: 499 cc

Restored 1973 Honda CB500/4 K2 motorcycle.

The tank and side panels were professionally painted in a striking metallic orange colour, similar to the 750/4 K2.

A complete new exhaust system was sourced and fitted.

The seat was professionally recovered in brown and black to give the bike a little individuality.

New sprockets and an ‘o’ ring chain were fitted.

All of the aluminium on this bike was polished by hand and looks great.

New chrome headlamp.

The chrome work is in excellent condition throughout.

With and engine oil and filters changed, this is a lovely restored example of this classic Honda motorcycle.

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