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For sale is a 1973 CB750K3 with 13000 on the odometer. It is not a matching numbers bike, however, the frame and engine are both from 1973. The bike has great compression (150+ on each cylinder) and has been rebuilt by the previous owner who did an excellent job. There are 753 miles on the rebuild engine. It has a rebuilt head, a new cylinder with a fresh hone, new pistons rings, and new fresh seals. All of the turn signals, brake lights, running lights, and idiot lights function. This bike starts on the first kick, shifts nicely, and pulls hard all day long. I have taken it on multiple 200+ mile excursions with no issues at all. It has a clear open Colorado title that matches the frame number.
Here is what I have done to the bike:New tubes, rim strips, and tires (Front and Rear) with 200 miles put on them. Carbs are rebuilt but should be synced again (May need to jetted for different elevations)Petcock has been rebuiltGas tank has been cleaned and linedNew copper exhaust sealsNew drive chainRebuilt rear brakeReplaced the ignition coils and set the timingCam chain tension and valves have been setRebuilt forks New throttle cables
The front brake caliper will need to be addressed. Information about 1973 Honda CB for sale on this page. See price and photos of the CB Honda Blue The bleeder valve is very mangled and I was not able to free it. A replacement caliper is included with the bike and can be easily be rebuilt.
There is a small ding in one of the chrome fork covers, but this can be easily pulled out and fixed. Another small ding in the front fender.
The frame has been cut to accommodate a frame adapter kit that allows for the engine to be dismantled in the frame. This modification is very popular and the structural integrity of the bike is not compromised by this modification. The bike is mechanically sound and besides the 4-1 Kerker exhaust and missing rear bumper, the bike is stock. I have a bucket of parts that will come with the bike that includes a brake caliper, rear turn signals, new points and condensers, the side stand, some trim pieces for the fork covers, a cylinder block, and a salvage cylinder head.
Local pick up is preferred, but I can work with shippers. I will not pay for shipping and the buyer will have to arrange for it. As long as the bike is paid in full, it can sit at my property and I would be willing to provide ownership papers to the new owner.
Contact me with any questions at 970.219.4705 for more pictures and a video of the motorcycle running.