CB750 SOHC Project Bobber Tracker Cafe Honda For Sale






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£300.00
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Last update: 
16.03.2017
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Model: 
CB
Item Location: 
Wotton-under-Edge, United Kingdom
Exterior Color: 
Red
Engine Size: 
750
Transmission: 
Five-speed manual
Start Type: 
Kick start
Drive Type: 
Chain
Fuel: 
Petrol
Year: 
1977










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Description CB750 SOHC Project Bobber Tracker Cafe Honda

Hi, this listing is for a Honda CB750 which I recently finished restoring from a fairly weatherbeaten example into the sort of brat-cum-cafe-cum-bobber you see in the pictures. Unfortunately, on the way to the MOT it seized pot 4 and did the damage you can see in the pictures, and I do not currently have the means to source another engine to rebuild and fit. If you have an engine, this will make a cheap and in my opinion very cool looking bike. During the build, I didn't skimp on parts costs (in spite of the blown engine giving that appearance). This bike has: rebuilt wheels with stainless spokes and nipples, a GL1000 front end conversion giving twin discs, rebuilt brakes front and rear, rebuilt forks, custom billet slab yokes, Dyna electronic ignition, Dyna coils, Delkevic stainless exhaust, CycleX exposed alternator, new chain and sprockets, Speed Moto Co Dual Mikuni VM34 set up, a custom made oil tank with all new AN fittings and braided lines, a CB550 swingarm with needle rollers as opposed to bushes, braided front brake lines, 5 3/4 Bates headlight, bar-end indicators, brand new shocks, and all new chassis bearings front tip to toe. The rear brake torque arm is custom CNC'd by myself, and all work on the bike except the barrel machining was carried out by myself. The engine also had a small fortune in it, including all new gearbox bearings, plain bearings, new pistons, rings, cam (Web Cams) etc, not like it particularly matters! To clarify, everything on this bike except the engine is in fantastic order. I am absolutely gutted to have ended up in this position, but such is life, and without the means to get another engine it would make sense for the bike to move on to someone who can. If you have an engine you can transplant into the bike, this is an easy project (although it's a heavy lump!). Feel free to ask any questions and I'll answer as honestly as possible. Collection only and I'd suggest you'd need a van, it isn't going to be going anywhere under it's own steam.







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