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I have a friend who wants to buy an early-to-mid seventies Honda. Probably nothing smaller than a 400. We're looking for something that is ready to ride. He doesn't really want to have to do any work to it, and he would like it to be cosmetically pretty as well. Also, only respond if you're in the New England area.
 

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I'm the friend of which he speaks. Please help me. I found a 1975 Honda Super Sport Cb400f in mint condition, no rust or nothin'with 15,000 miles on it for $900. Is that a good deal? It's got a windshield, sissy bars and saddle bags so I'll have to rip that shite off. Other than that it seems pretty dope. Tell me what you think. Word-
 

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I'm the friend of which he speaks. Please help me. I found a 1975 Honda Super Sport Cb400f in mint condition, no rust or nothin'with 15,000 miles on it for $900. Is that a good deal? It's got a windshield, sissy bars and saddle bags so I'll have to rip that shite off. Other than that it seems pretty dope. Tell me what you think. Word-
 

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1875 was a bad year for the 400's. you should look for the 1975-76 models, much more refined.

get the one for $900? if it's mint that seems to be the going rate for one now. eric, you're going to look so dope on that biatch!
 

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Didn't the 1875's have wooden wheels?
The steam engine dosen't put out much h.p. either..........

Goes like the proverbial violated primate....
 
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