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    My dads old 750,,

    What I would give to have my late fathers 750k. It would have made a great cafe racer. It was red and in mint shape back in 1985. It's long gone but never forgotten.


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    750's are def. going up in value with the whole cafe "kraze" going on, but if you look they can still be found in good running condition for cheap ($500-$1000) around Chicago atleast...

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    quote:
    750's are def. going up in value with the whole cafe "kraze" going on, but if you look they can still be found in good running condition for cheap ($500-$1000) around Chicago atleast...

    ProTeal55
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    1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air Hardtop
    I do find them, but it would take another 4,000.00 to get it looking like I would like. I have been watching them for around 6 months or so. It would make a great winter project, I think.

    It takes a good 20 years to break a motorcycle in and after 30 there back in style. Why buy a new one?

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    Senior Member ProTeal55's Avatar
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    Buy my CB750 I have for sale, then change whatever you want.
    Will save ya lots of cash (and especially time)..
    Just a thought...

    ProTeal55
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    1974 CB/CL450 Cafe/Bar/Stripclub Racer
    1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air Hardtop

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    there are plenty of project cb750s out there. just start looking. If it was factory red then it could have been 1969, 1970, 1975, 1976 or if dark burgundy red 1977 or 78.


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