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This is a discussion on 1974 Honda CB 750 Cafe within the Bikes For Sale forums, part of the Classifieds category; Totally redone from the frame up... From the bones of a classic 1974 Honda CB 750 I spent 4 years on and off building this ...

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    1974 Honda CB 750 Cafe

    Totally redone from the frame up...

    From the bones of a classic 1974 Honda CB 750 I spent 4 years on and off building this vintage bike. Tore the entire bike down. Powder coated frame. Full engine rebuild. Chromed all the engine covers. Upgraded to high voltage coils, electronic ignition. Velocity stack carbs. Custom seat pan with custom vinyl seat. Chromed gauges, custom gauge faces, rebuilt front shocks, new back shocks, new chain, new "old school" dunlop vintage race tires, Custom knee dents on the tank, new battery, totally rebuilt brakes including master cylinder rebuild, All new wiring harness, new turn signals, Rebuilt vintage horn, new clubman bars, custom below-the-bars mirror. New 4 into 1 exhaust. Basically built from the ground up. The only thing left is whether or not to jet it for high altitude. It has only 5 miles on the rebuilt engine.

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    crate and ship negotiable.

    Sully
    $7000

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    SEVEN FUCKING THOUSAND DOLLARS!!!!! and it still has the stock foot controls, a cheap mac pipe, and a clubman bar?


    heheheeee... u mad bro.
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    Welcome to CR.net Fitzy....lol....

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    No rear fender and velocity stacks that will act as catchers mitts, funnels, and vaccum cleaners (all at the same time, mind you) for the shit the tire slings. Awesome.
    ask me about my ADD or pie or my cat. a dog. i have a bike. Do you like TV? i saw a rock. hi.

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    looks like it has an inner fender.
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    4th picfrom the top shows part of a fender, but the last two I see daylight infront of the tire, so who knows...
    ask me about my ADD or pie or my cat. a dog. i have a bike. Do you like TV? i saw a rock. hi.

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    Where is the bike located?

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    shit....spend $995 more dollars and get a new triumph bonneville that comes with a warranty.
    advocate for the injured, disabled, and urinated upon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texmawby View Post
    shit....spend $995 more dollars and get a new triumph bonneville that comes with a warranty.
    But that would be a demonstration of using common sense.
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    Can't be a cafe racer, no where does it say "cafe" on it
    I am Derby\'s Bitch


    Some times things come around that are so singularly inept it gives you a whole new appreciation for the ept

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