Honda CBX1000 – 1979 Restored Motorcycle

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Honda CBX1000 – 1979

Year: 1979
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CBX 1000
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 1000
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Electric Start

Restored 1979 Honda CBX1000 Motorcycle.

This CBX was disassembled, fully restored and rebuilt.

The engine and transmission were rebuilt by a professional motorcycle mechanic.

The frame and all metal parts were powder painted black.

Everything chrome and zinc was re-plated.

New brake rotors and pads were used.

The brake callipers and master cylinders were rebuilt.

A NOS seat was sourced.

A NOS fuel tank was fitted.

New decals were applied.

The front forks were rebuilt.

The carburettors were rebuilt.

All new cables were used.

The gauges were professionally restored.

A new complete exhaust system was fitted.

A great restored Honda CBX1000 Motorcycle.

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