In 1969, Honda unveiled what would be quite possibly the one of the
most important motorcycles in history. The CB750 has the looks, the
performance, and was the first of the "big bore" inline 4 cylinder
machines to come out of Japan. Cycle World road test quoted, "The
Finest. . . Must Be Somewhat Extravagant, To Surpass Basic Need,
Yet Be Incredibly Functional, To Enhance, Rather Than Merely
Satisfy The Riding Experience". The world agreed and put the other
major manufactures on quick defense to produce a competitor for
this segment, but the CB750 was hailed as the king for many years
to come. This 1971 Honda CB750 K1 is stunning. The paintwork,
brightwork and workmanship is all in outstanding condition. This
bike received a restoration a number of years ago that still looks
superb today! This example was in a private collection for the last
6 years and cared for to the highest quality. This CB750 starts,
runs and rides beautifully, just like they did back in 1971! There
is really no comparison to riding a vintage Honda CB750, the riding
experience is extremely special and will put a smile on your face
when you twist into the throttle and roll into the next curve.
Don't miss this one, finding CB750's in this condition are getting
harder and harder to find.
1971 Honda Motorcycle
Location:Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
Exterior Color:Candy Blue Metallic
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