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For Sale: 1970 Honda Motorcycle in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin

Vehicle Description

Introduced at the Tokyo Motorcycle show in November 1968 and launched in the UK in April 1969, the CB 750 was a groundbreaking design with its 736 cc, cross-frame SOHC four-cylinder engine, five-speed gearbox, electric start, and front disc brake. Four carburetors led to four separate exhausts.
Just as appealing as its design was its cost. At just $1,495 MSRP, the CB 750 had a $400 price advantage over its two- and three-cylinder rivals from Great Britain, and in the next 10 years 448,900 examples would be built before the advent of the DOHC engine. Save a few electrical gremlins, the CB 750 also had bulletproof reliability, a trait that few really expected at the time. The American motorcycle market would never be the same.
Back on the road, the CB 750 was such a huge success in sales that Honda had to alter their production process. While the early bikes had dull "sandcast" engine casings, later ones had smooth die-cast parts. Predictably, it's the early bikes that now command the highest prices.
This early Honda CB750K1 is one of the finest we have seen and is a truly collector quality example. Spending the last few years in a museum, the bike has been cared for to the highest degree. This CB750K1 is at the top of the market, and rightfully so as it is at the top of the quality benchmark. This is the CB750 you've lusted for since its unveiling in 1969!

Vehicle Details

  • 1970 Honda Motorcycle
  • Listing ID: CC-1647558
  • Price: $35,900
  • Location:Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
  • Year:1970
  • Make:Honda
  • Model:Motorcycle
  • Exterior Color:Candy Blue Green
  • Odometer:5354
  • Stock Number:1641
  • VIN:CB7501041641
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