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1975 Honda CB750f Super Sport!
I started out with a great bike and rebuilt it a cafe racer ...My goal was to keep integrity of the bike intact so no cutting was done. The exhaust and gauges are original to this bike and they look great mounted to the machined aluminum bracket. Billet machined triple trees, new steering bearings, slotted rotor, new sprocket / chain set, upgraded regulator/ rectifier, new fluids, etc.
Key is original and works all three -ignition, fuel door, and seat release.
The seat is custom with original latch and seat pin so it locks and releases by key to get to the battery.
Clean/Clear Missouri Title in my name and recently inspected. I am riding the bike and could not be more happy with how well it rides!
A Lot of work went into this very unique bike
give me a shout if interested and I will go over all the details!
Asking $5200
 

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What on earth happened to your headlight.

... and you might want to re-route and secure that front brake line, it's not safe like that.
... throttle cables :eek: fail
... does it come with front signals?

"Title in my name and recently inspected" Fire your mechanic.
 

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Rearsets would be a good improvement for ergonomics... otherwise Superbike bars would really let you muscle the bike around
 

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Rearsets would be a good improvement for ergonomics... otherwise Superbike bars would really let you muscle the bike around
... too expensive; right along with alloy rims, decent rear shocks, full sized air filters and a license plate.

Come on people :/ these are not cafe racer type bikes, these are old bikes with some parts removed. Don't post them here unless you want to hear the truth.
 
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