1973 Honda CB750 Custom Cafe Racer Brat

19730000 Honda CB

Price: US $2,400.00
Item location: Bozeman, Montana, United States
Make: Honda
Model: CB
SubModel: 750-Four
Type: Standard
Year: 19730000
Mileage: 25000
Color: Black
Engine size: 750
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed

I have a 73 CB750 that has been my ongoing cafe racer project. Titled as a 74, ut I decoded the VIN and it's a 73 (reconstructed title, o probably just a goof with the DMV). I rewired and thinned out the electrical for a more minimalist setup, ewer style DOHC model regulator/rectifier and no electrical on bars (just starter and key switches under tank and hi/lo switch on back of headlight, o signals or horn). 4 into one custom exhaust, ebuilt and rejetted carbs with pods, ew bars, rips, lutch lever and cable, ail light, ar end mirrors, ew custom seat (built to remove easily with a single 12mm nut on underside), leaned out tank, ew fuel valve, ebuilt caliper, ew front brakes, eadlight brackets, ork dust seals, aster cyl, rake lines, ront wheel bearings. Custom mesh cover over electrical. Front forks have been rebuilt with new oil seals and lowered internally (the correct way). As stated above, t has been down before. The motor has a few cooling fins snapped off. It looked to me like the kick-starter hit them since it was set up wrong (you can partially see them in the right side image of the bike). Mileage unknown, as an aftermarket compact speedo on it. I'd guess mileage is in the 25K area but these things run to 100K with regular maintenance. Carbs could probably be tuned better (as always), ut it's running super strong right now and is a blast to ride.
Clear MT title in hand.
It's still an ongoing project but it is now in daily drivable shape.
Things it needs (in my opinion):
Tank paint (I was gonna flat black it) and a small dent repaired if you want (where bar triple clamp hit it at some point). Paint is fine now, ith some nicks, ut that's just what I was going to do.
Wheels need to be polished or blacked out (currently rust on rims and spokes but I was able to polish a section of each wheel easily).
Tires (have good tread, ut are old and hard)
Just started to drip some oil near kickstand. Possibly countershaft seal, ut auto chain oiler is more likely. Both are fairly simple fixes. It is not a fast leak, few drips after each ride.
It's such a fun bike and project, ut I have a hot rod project now and am trying to clear the garage. Thanks for looking.
Although this bike is in good running condition with no issues known other than the ones I have mentioned, t is 42 years old and is modified.
Due to the nature of pre-owned vehicles, his vehicle is sold as is without warranty. Inspections are welcome by appointment.
It is listed locally as well, o I reserve the right to cancel this ad at any time.
I will not sell to anyone who doesn't at least have a positive feedback score of 10.
Also, will only sell with funds from a US bank. Thanks

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