Honda CB750 K1 – 1970 Restored Motorcycle

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Honda CB750 K1 – 1970

Year: 1970
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CB750 K1
Colour: Blue
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1970 Honda CB750 K1 Motorcycle.

This CB750 received a complete frame-off restoration.

The frame was media blasted and received professionally applied black lacquer.

New Old Stock parts used include:

The HM300 complete exhaust system,
Rear shocks,
Turn signals,
Tank and side panel emblems.

Other new components used were:

The swing arm bushings,
Front and rear wheel bearings,
Rebuilt carbs,
New carb manifolds and boots,
Front brake pads,
Control cables,
All the rubber parts, bumpers and grommets.

All of the hardware was re-plated.

The paint was professionally finished in Polynesian Blue Metallic.

A beautiful restored Honda CB750 K1 Motorcycle.

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