So here it is, an original early sandcast! Frame number CB750-1000571, engine number CB750E-1000704. The 1969 CB750K0 is the bike that started the rise of Japanese machinery and the beginning of the end of the British motorcycle industry. Under development for a year, the CB750 had a transverse, straight-four endine with a single overhead camshaft (SOHC) and a front disc brake, neither of which was previously available on a mainstream motorcycle. Cycle magazine called the CB750 “the most sophisticated production bike ever”, on the bike’s introduction. Cycle World called it a masterpiece, highlighting Honda’s painstaking durability testing, the bike’s 120mph (190 km/h) top speed, the fade-free braking, the comfortable ride, and excellent instrumentation. Only 7400 “Sandcast’s” were produced world wide. This is believed to be an original Alberta bike and was purchased out of Fort Mac in 2012. The bike has undergone a full nut and bolt restoration. Runs and rides as new.
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Note this being sold out of a private collection so GST does not apply.
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