Honda cb750 motorcycle 1977 cb 750 cafe racer

1977 Honda CB

Price: US $4,051.00
Item location: Los Angeles, California, United States
Make: Honda
Model: CB
SubModel: 750
Year: 1977
Mileage: 23,000
Color: Brown
Engine size: 750
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1977 cb750k model with approx. 23,000 - 25,000 miles on it. I received it in 2010 with 18,000 miles on the odometer when I removed it from the frame and changed all of the gaskets and up dating the screws to stainless allen bolts. I bought this bike after it had been garaged here in Los Angeles, or 20 years, t was not running and needed a major tune up from sitting.
I gave it a cafe racer conversion, sing new, ustom and vintage parts. This bike is a daily driver and has been very good to me as I had been very good to it, uning and cleaning it regularly.
I built this, mong other cb750, afe racers and have been for about ten years. I have sold bikes to Japan, ustralia and the U.K. I make hand made custom parts for cafe racers like seats cowls, il reservoirs, ustom tanks, ear sets...The reason I am selling this bike is because I have about eight cb750's, Gt750, nd an XS750. I need to clear up the shop and make some room.
This bike was tested and fine tuned. I have been driving it on the freeways of Los Angeles and it has been tested on the local, an Bernadino and Santa Monica Mountains to make sure it is a solid, ependable bike. The bike is registered and titled in my name.
Rebuilt carbs from a 73 cb750. They are re jetted to match the velocity stacks and one of a kind, intage, talian, assani header welded up to a Dunstall pipe. It has an awesome, oaring sound that really compliments the design of this bike.
I replaced the steel rims and spokes to aluminum, houldered rims (19" front, 8 rear) and stainless steel spokes. It presently has brand new Bridgestone, pitfire tires with less than 100 miles on them.
I rewired the whole harness, mitting everything but the essentials. I soldered and shrink wrapped the original, olor coded wires after close inspection making sure nothing was cut, pliced, r burnt.
I made the aluminum, uzz Bomb, il reservoir and steel braided lines hooked together with an10 aircraft fittings. It holds more oil than the original and works great. Also improves the overall design.
The seat is one of the first from this deco design I have been making. I now slump or hand blow the glass for them, his seat uses a 1920's cargo truck, lass lens on the back of my aluminum seat cowl (hiding all of the electronics, attery and tail light. The saddle is hand stitched leather over high density foam.
The suspension is stock except the rear 1981 cb1100f reservoir shocks.
I changed out the heavy duty O-ring chain and sprockets. Although I have put miles on the sprockets in the last two years, inspected them and they are in excellent condition with very little wear.
I cut, ade brackets and installed GXSR rear sets that shift smooth and clean. They feel like they were made for this bike- they were.
The tank is from a 1972 cb750, he brown one. I painted a metallic base with a root beer candy over the top of it. It looks black in the shadows and glows metallic cola brown in the sun.
It is tuned with new oil, oints are spot on, alves are set and carbs are clean. Runs great.
This bike is dependable, ast and gets plenty of attention when parked around any other motorcycles. It is always a topic of discussion when I take it out for rides up the coast to Malibu with the Venice, intage motorcycle club, r the rallies up the Angeles Crest with the Norton and British Clubs, ven though they look down on Japanese bikes. Wherever I take this bike I meet people interested in talking about it.
I have worked with some amazing motorcycle and hot rod painters and fabricators for a number of years where I picked up some skills and brought them to this bike. It is an awesome machine that I will truly miss. I have too many of these bikes and a custom mail order shop fabricating custom cafe racer parts. I need the space in my shop and driveway.
Please feel free to ask me questions, will reply as soon as possible.
Good luck on your bidding.
Auction winner is getting one amazing machine.

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